What's Lost When Kids Don't Ride Bikes To School
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Wednesday, May 2, 2012 at 2:04 PM
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As childhood obesity rates continue to rise, schools and parents look for ways to get kids off the couch. But the number of students who walk or ride their bikes to school has dropped from 48% in 1969 to just 13% in 2009. David Darlington talks about his Bicycling article, "Why Johnny Can't Ride."



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