Active Transportation Reports

Active Transportation: Reports, Evaluations, and Toolkits
Toolkit, Website
How to Use a Balance Bike

Balance bikes are bikes that have no pedals, and children push themselves along the ground with their feet, figuring out how to find their balance. Balance Bikes are an innovative method of teaching kids how to ride a bike without relying on training wheels. 

Evaluation, Report
Economic Benefits of Promoting Safe Walking and Biking to School

Community level strategies to promote physical activity have the potential to improve health and well-being. This report provides evidence and an analysis on the benefits of promoting active travel to school for children of all ages.

Active Transportation Bingo

Each of these Active Transportation Bingo cards focuses on a specific theme and you can use them to prompt different discussions about walking or cycling.

Learn to Ride

Learn to ride is a class/method/program to teach someone how to ride a bike for the first time.

Family Resources for Staying Active During Covid

This document provides some ideas for how to stay active while practicing safe social distancing, including ways to make your walk more fun, Earth Day-themed activities, and safe walking and biking educational resources.

May Walk and Roll Challenge

A challenge for May to walk, ride,scoot, or skate everyday

Bike Swap Instructions

A Community Bike Swap is a way to
refurbish and redistribute community bikes. It
engages participants to find bikes that fit them or their children better and is
a low to no-cost way to encourage bicycle ridership when paired with other
education or promotional events/rides or otherwise.

Bike Assessment

Assessment for bicycle to see if fit to be swapped 

Toolkit, Video
Smart Cycling

The Smart Cycling Quick Guide is an easy-to-read booklet that outlines the basic rules of the road, the components of a bicycle, and all of the information you need to ride a bike safely and confidently.

Bike Safety

Tips for beginner bikers to be role model bikers and to stay safe.