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38 | CAA MAGAZINE Bike riding as a family lets you exercise together, but more importantly, it helps foster a lifelong love of cycling for all ages by ANDREW RAVEN illustrations by STEVE SCOTT Cycling is certainly having a moment right now. Thanks in part to the Covid-19 pandemic and a slow-but-steady increase in municipal bike lanes, a growing number of Canadians are embracing two-wheeled transport. If your family is among them, or if you want to join the crowd, here's what you'll need to know to get the most out of the cycling season, from safety tips to kid-friendly biking trails. LIGHT up their rides If your kids are older and riding their bikes when it's dark or in rainy and foggy weather, lights will make them more visible at dawn and dusk. Attach a white light to the front of the bike and either a red light or red reflector to the rear. GET OUT AND RIDE GET OUT RIDE .

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