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Join Dr. K.C. Wilder for her "Safety Town" event just prior to the Cycle Bucks County noncompetitive, organized fund raising bike ride presented for the benefit of local groups and organizations. The 2013 event is raising funds for the Doylestown Hospital Heart Institute, and local chapters of the national Girls on the Run organization.
On Saturday, June 22 from 11 to 11:30 a.m., Dr. Wilder will host her "Safety Town" event for those aged 6 to 10 years old. Training wheels welcome; helmets required!
Topics to be covered:
-Understanding the rules of the road.
-Right is right. Always ride on the right side of the road.
-How to ride in a group.
-How to avoid an obstacle.
-How to ride safely over sand and gravel.
-Hand signals: left, right, slowing, obstacle on the road and stopping.
Practicing your cycling skills in a safe setting is key to making good decisions when you encounter issues on a ride. Good decision making occurs more automatically when it is practiced by riders. Practice helps improve bicycling safety skills so that a rider learns to anticipate and avoid tricky situations.
The Cycle Bucks County event will be held at the New Hope-Solebury High School in New Hope, PA.
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Dr. K.C. Wilder will host a four day youth cycling camp. Be there when she spins into George School to offer her youth cycling camp, emphasizing both mental and physical conditioning, training, safety and various skills from road, mountain and track cycling in an action-packed four days. This is a unique opportunity for cycling enthusiasts as well as other athletes looking to cross train.
Register now to ride:
National Foundation for Celiac Awareness Webinar - July 18
As awareness of the gluten-free diet continues to spread, so too does the population of individuals gaining a benefit from this lifestyle. Athletes and other physically active people have reported improved endurance, performance results and mental clarity after going gluten-free, whether out of medical necessity or by choice. Join NFCA as Dr. KC Wilder, a Sports Performance Coach, applies the successes of gluten-free athletes to the gluten-free community at large through a discussion on ways to maintain both a healthy body and mind.
Topic: "Shifting the Focus: Lessons Learned from the Physical & Emotional Well-Being of Gluten-Free Athletes"
Date: Thursday, July 18, 2013
Time: 2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT
To register, visit the following website and scroll to the July webinar:
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