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Transition Hurn’s visit to Newland Park for Wheels Week.
We are listening.
We are putting on our helmets.
Tasha and Bonnie on the bikes.
Ready to go.
This is Ivan.
This is our left hand. We need to stay on the left side of the road.
Samantha is riding the bike.
Jack is riding the bike.
Stewart is riding the bike.
Beau is riding the bike.
Traffic jam. We are all waiting for the green light to go.
Talisha is riding the bike.
STOP at the red light.
GO at the green light.
These children are on the left side of the road.
Jack can do big skids.
Ashlyn having fun.
Quick, lets go. It is a green light.
Tasha is happy.
You are TOO BIG for that bike Constable Sean, and WHERE is your helmet ?
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