FAMILY BIKE WEEK QUIZ
We hope you enjoyed learning about bikes and are inspired to ride together this summer! As a family, take the quiz below, and you will be entered into a raffle for one of twenty $10 gift cards to a local ice cream shop.
Your Family Name (last)
How many kids in your family?
When do you need to be extra careful and look for cars that might be coming?
When you are crossing a street, driveway or alley.
When you are leaving a driveway or at an intersection.
Both of the above are correct.
Why is it safer to ride in a straight line than weaving back and forth when riding your bicycle?
Because you could get dizzy if you weave back and forth.
Because drivers will not know where you are trying to go if you ride all over the road.
Because your bike might break.
You and an adult are riding on the road in your neighborhood. Which side of the road do you ride on?
On the right, in the same direction as cars and other traffic.
On the left, so you can see cars as they drive towards you.
Ride wherever you want.
Crosswalks are are recommended to use when crossing the street. If you're on a bike, should you ride across the crosswalk, or walk your bike across.
Hop off your bike and walk.
Ride you bike.
On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 is the highest), rate how FAMILY BIKE WEEK has inspired you to walk, bike, or roll to school. One means you had a bad experience and won't roll to school - Five means you feel confident and hope to walk or roll to school.
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This form was created inside of Marin County Bicycle Coalition.