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4-H clover 4-H Bicycle Project

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What you'll do

Ride for transportation, exercise or competition! If you like traveling, tinkering or racing, you probably like cycling. Along with taking you from place to place using no fossil fuels, bikes can teach you about safety skills and keep you fit. 

What's a 4-H project

Levels of learning

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Extending your learning

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Fairs & exhibits

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Future study and careers

Bicycle designers may study product design in college. Kinesiology is the study of human movement, including sports. To repair or sell bicycles, you'll learn on the job.

You could have a job selling, repairing or designing bicycles. Transportation planners decide where bike paths and bike lanes will be.

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Reviewed in 2018

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