Cycling and young people
Cycling has significance for children and young people that adults are prone to forget. It is great fun, it can expand the territory over which children can get around on their own, it is usually a social activity and it allows for close engagement and interaction with the people, places and objects encountered en route. This review summarises and examines the public policy evidence and arguments on cycling and children and young people’s health, well-being and safety. It includes a discussion of the evidence and arguments on the issue of cycle helmets.


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