Go Fly a Bike!: The Ultimate Book about Bicycle Fun, Freedom & Science

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Dutton Children's Books, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 83 pages
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A funny and comprehensive guide, Go fly a Bike! is crammed with everything a rider wants to know about his or her favorite sport.

A bicycle is the kids vehicle-from about age six until they drive cars, kids play, socialize, compete, explore, sense freedom, and ride to school on bikes.  This is the book for them-and there's nothing like it available.  From how bikes work to the coolest BMX stunts, from crucial safety information to a step-by-step guide for planning the perfect bike hike, this expertly organized book has something for all readers, whether their interest lies in history, trivia, physics, extreme sports, or just a quick spin around the block.

 

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Bill Haduch is a husband, father, musician, bicyclist, electrician, handyman, backpacker, skyscraper window-washer, canoeist, newspaper reporter, skier, corporate science writer, welder, advertising & public relations executive, cook, school assembly speaker, British sports car enthusiast, magazine writer, brewer, community volunteer, entrepreneur and children's author.

He grew up in Pennsylvania's hard-coal country, earned a writing degree from the University of Pittsburgh where he began his career, traveled throughout Europe and the Caribbean and worked in New York City. He now lives in Central New Jersey, exactly one hour from the ocean, the mountains, New York and Philadelphia.

He's written books for Planet Dexter, Discovery Kids and Dutton Children's Books. When he's not doing that, he's often writing about science, technology and/or health care for companies like AT&T, Siemens, Pfizer and Bristol-Myers Squibb.

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