10 Fun Summer Activities To Take With Your Bike, 2022

10 Fun Summer Activities To Take With Your Bike, 2022
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You’ve just found the perfect ebikes for teens, and your kids are excited to use them. While a regular bike ride is plenty of fun, you can create even more memorable experiences with a bit of imagination. To get the most out of your bike, try these 10 activities.

  1. Use Those Trees & Hills as Your Natural Obstacle Course

Who says you have to take the easy way? Push yourself when you encounter trees and hills by creating your own obstacle course.

  1. Ride to the Best Food Trucks

Nothing enhances a bike ride like a delicious lunch. If you have food trucks in your area, bike to your favorite and enjoy a tasty treat.

  1. Explore Hiking Trails

If you have a mountain bike, you’re equipped to explore hiking trails. Many parks have designated biking routes for you to explore. Bring your camera along so you can capture the beautiful landscape.

  1. Learn New Skills at a Bike Park

Bike parks are specifically designed with hills, ramps and jumps to challenge riders. If you want to work up a sweat and develop new skills, a bike park is a perfect place to visit.

  1. Take Your Bike Geocaching

If you love exploring new places on your Every Journey bike, you should look into geocaching. This activity flexes your navigation skills while exploring the outdoors. There’s also a robust geocaching community, so you’re sure to make friends along the way.

  1. Set Up Bike-Size Bowling Pins

You can use blow-up pins for a game of bowling where you’re the ball. Since the pins are full of air, you don’t have to worry about bumps and scrapes.

  1. Compete With Your Friends

Are you and your friends competitive? You can embrace it with a race. Just make sure you don’t accidentally run down innocent passersby.

If racing isn’t your jam, you can have a rodeo instead. This competition involves a series of tasks, such as making a basket as you pass the hoop, lassoing a target and successfully avoiding obstacles.

  1. Create

    a Map

How well do you know your neighborhood? Take graph paper on your next ride and map out your route. Make sure you jot down the following:

  • Roads
  • Houses
  • Sidewalks
  • Trees and bushes

With a little work, you can identify the best biking route.

  1. Play Red Light, Green Light

The next time you get together with friends, plan a massive game of red light, green light. Since you’ll be on bikes, you’ll need a little more space than a traditional game, but it’s sure to be a ton of fun.

  1. Catch Pokemon

Pokemon Go is a great way to get out of the house, but you can only go so far on foot. Taking your bike lets you visit more places and find a wider variety of Pokemon. If you have kids, you can turn this into a family activity.

Whether you ride a traditional bike or an electric tricycle, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the summer. You’ll never be bored on a sunny day with your trusty bicycle at the ready.

 


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Katherine Baldwin

Katherine is just getting her start as a journalist. She attended a technical school while still in high school where she learned a variety of skills, from photography to nutrition. Her enthusiasm for both natural and human sciences is real so she particularly enjoys covering topics on medicine and the environment.

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