What you’ll need: -An appropriate, low-slung bicycle, preferably one that can accommodate a rider and can be safely ridden up and down hills without a handlebars attached.
The less-slim option is a tandem or tricycle.
-A sturdy saddle.
-Tight, well-made shoes or a pair of sturdy shoes and a helmet.
-The right equipment.
-An experienced rider with some experience riding bikes and riding them safely.
-You will need a reliable pair of wheels and some pedals.
What you can’t have: -A helmet.
You will need to wear a helmet, but the amount of time it takes to wear one before you’re required to wear it is often too long to be worth it.
It can also be expensive, so you may want to look elsewhere.
-Your own bicycle.
You can get your own bicycle and ride it, but you will likely need to borrow someone else’s to ride it.
The more time you spend riding your own bike, the more likely you are to injure yourself or others.
Bicycle safety tips: Riding on a bike with a passenger is a very dangerous and irresponsible activity.
If you’re riding with a person, be sure you’re using a safe way to ride and are wearing a helmet or other safety equipment.
When riding, do not ride on narrow streets or trails that may be dangerous to other road users.
Ride on wide, flat roads and avoid large groups of people.
The longer you ride, the longer you will be in a situation that will create an increased risk of injury or death.