A Daily Double!

Robert and Jessica We had to wait until the school year was over, but this was worth the wait.  Robert and Jessica were scheduled to have their bike lessons yesterday and today, but we had a pleasant surprise.  Jessica was first up yesterday and Robert listened in on all the “classroom” discussion on how to ride.  Both were a little unsure (as all my students start out).  But with 10 minutes, I could tell Jessica was going to get it.  And she did.  I had to quickly teach her the proper stopping technique because once I had her going, she didn’t want to stop.  And the concerned look she started with turned into a big grin.

Robert patiently watched from the sidelines.  With some time left and Jessica mastering turns and starting, I asked Robert if he wanted to start his lesson a day early to see where we needed to concentrate our focus.  Amazingly, Robert needed only a few corrections and he was off and riding within five minutes!!!  We needed work on his form a little, but the balancing act snapped into place right away!

Both kids were so excited when they were done.  Another reminder of why the Bike Whisperer continues his quest.

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