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  • Girl on bike in gym classroom
  • PE teacher instructing how to ride a bike in kindergarten PE class
  • Kindergarten boy riding a bike in PE class

Bike riding is a key developmental milestone for children

We’re on a mission to teach every child in America how to ride a bike in kindergarten PE class.


  • Bike riding gets kids off screens and engaged with other kids
  • The All Kids Bike Kindergarten PE Learn-to-Ride Program helps students develop physically and mentally, gives them greater confidence, reduces stress, and provides better focus
  • Being active is the best medicine to counteract obesity and other diseases associated with being overweight


Only 1-in-4 kids will ride a bike this year.

(Washington Post, 2019)

29% increase in anxiety problems and a 27% increase in depression for children ages 0-17.

(National Survey of Children’s Health, 2022)

Rate of childhood obesity among kids ages 2-19 increased to 22.4% in 2020.

(Renew Bariatrics)

Children spent on average between 5-8 hours on digital devices per day from 2019-2021.

(Common Sense Media)

All Kids Bike Kindergarten PE Learn-to-Ride  Program

Thanks to generous donors, All Kids Bike equips schools with everything needed to get their students rolling!

The Kindergarten PE Program Learn-to-Ride is a complete fleet of 24 bikes, helmets, pedal kits, and storage rolling racks for $9,000

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Training, Certification, & Curriculum

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Complete Fleet of Learn-to-Ride Equipment

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Fully Adjustable Helmets

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Two Metal Storage Rolling Racks

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Ongoing Support

National Impact

The All Kids Bike Kindergarten PE Learn-to-Ride  Program is actively taught in all 50 states serving more than 100,000 students per year.

Check out the map to see where we are—and where we’re going.


Schools Seeking Funding


Schools Teaching Kids to Ride


Students Learning to Ride This Year


Students Learning to Ride In The Next 10 Years