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Corvallis Gazette-Times: May 23, 2016
Lindsey Koenig said she brought her three children to the event, and liked that the bike swap allowed them to get their kids appropriately sized bikes. She added that she and her husband liked the maintenance checkups they offered.
“We are not bike experts, so we like to have other people check the bikes and helmets,” she said.
She said biking is a good activity to promote for kids because it is healthy.
“It gets kids outside, and it gets them active,” she said.
Corvallis Gazette-Times: May 5, 2016
Aaron Bailey and five other kids rode their bikes in a tight circle, whirling around one after another over and over again.
Of course, they didn’t have much choice about that: their bikes were bolted to arms attached to a central hub and their handlebars were welded in place, so they couldn’t have turned the other way if they wanted.
Corvallis Gazette-Times: June 1, 2015
The goal with a pump track is to ride your bike through it without pedaling, using only your initial momentum or shifts of your weight forward or back to carry you over the bumps and around the banked corners.
Of course, at the Corvallis Spring Roll, an annual bike event for kids held at Cloverland Park, most of the riders on the track pedaled heavily throughout the short pump track set up at the event.
Corvallis Gazette-Times: June 2, 2014
When January Johnson came to the Corvallis Spring Roll she had a push bike and a tricycle. However, thanks to a trade by her grandmother Linda Lieberman at the event’s bike swap, the 5-year-old left with a pedal bike.
Corvallis Gazette-Times: June 4, 2012
The tennis court at Cloverland Park was set with cones, and Cleo Sandler recognized a challenge when she saw one. With her orange plastic shoes just skimming the tarmac like a duck wading across a summer sidewalk, she powered her tiny pedal-less “balance scooter” through a maze of traffic cones…
Corvallis Gazette-Times: May 16, 2011
Cloverland Park’s tennis court was abuzz with competition Sunday morning. More than 50 kids aged 2 and a half to 12 and many parents had gathered for the first Corvallis Spring Roll bicycle and tricycle race…
Corvallis Tidbits: May 15, 2011
I am not certain who had the most fun today, the adults giving all those instructions or the children receiving same instructions. The Corvallis Spring Roll Bike & Trike was off at 11 am on Sunday May 15th at Cloverland Park in Northwest Corvallis….