106. Learning to Ride Bike

It was a hot summer day in Los . The temperature for the day was about 95 Fahrenheit. Suzie, a little girl, loved sitting on porch to watch the boys playing in the . Today, her friends were riding their bikes up down the street. The two boys were Joey Bob, and they were trying to see who ride their bikes faster. On one race, Bobby out to a big lead, but Joey was closer. Bobby was getting tired and Joey was to pass him. Suzie was having fun watching when her mother came outside and asked her she was doing. “I’m watching the boys ride bicycles, Mommy,” she said. Then Suzie asked her if she could teach her how to ride. mom thought about it for a while. She thinking that Suzie might be too young to how to ride, but in the end, she it was time for her to learn.

Suzie only four years old at the time. She a little scared at first, but she loved bike her mother had bought her and was excited. Her mom held onto the bike as slowly started to peddle. She gained speed and having fun when she fell on the sidewalk her knee. Suzie began to cry from the , but her mom told her she was okay. a few minutes, Suzie stopped crying and got on her bike and started peddling again. She a few more times, but didn’t cry much that. She just kept getting up and tried and again. Suzie was learning how to keep balance and was riding along when she noticed her mother wasn’t holding the bike anymore. She scared, but soon realized she could ride a all by herself. Suzie was very happy.