Keep readers engaged and informed on wheel safety with our new “Safe on Wheels: Bikes, Blades and Boards” Information Wheel
In a diverse community, one single approach to prevention education isn’t always enough. Our line of Information Wheels target learners with physical, verbal and visual learning styles that effectively change attitudes and awareness.
Safe on Wheels: Bikes, Blades and Boards
The front of the wheel includes eight frequently asked sections of information to help children obtain the knowledge they need to be a safe rider:
- Why is Wheel Safety Important?
- Do I Need a Helmet?
- What Should I Wear?
- Where Can I Ride?
- Common Distraction
- Maintaining Your Ride
- Obeying Traffic Laws
- Ride Right
Know Your Hand Signals!
The back of the wheel safety information wheel includes an illustration of the four hands signals every rider should know when riding a bike. First is the stop signal. The rider should hold their left arm bent downward to indicate they are about to stop. Next is the turn left signal, where the rider should hold their left arm straight to indicate they are about to turn left. Finally is the turn right signal. The rider can either hold their left arm bent upwards, or hold their right arm out straight, to indicate they are turning right.
Make the Wheel Your Own!
Fully customize each wheel with your organization’s name, logo and/or custom message to make your organization stand out.
Quality Construction = Durable Prevention
Our Information Wheels are made from thick, glossy card stock printed in full color. This makes them durable and attractive at the same time. Each Information Wheel is 7.5″ in diameter and is attached with a brass eyelet. Please note: the brass eyelets are a potential choking hazard. Care should be given to keep this product out of the hands of very young children.