Welcome to BikeSafe!

The University of Miami BikeSafe program is an evidence-based injury prevention program focused on bicycle safety for children ages 10-14.

BikeSafe has three program missions: to reduce the number of pediatric injuries, increase physical activity, and improve the bikeability of the built environment.

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Train the Trainer.

Our online training course makes it easy for any school to teach the BikeSafe Curriculum.

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Great things happen while cycling.

Share your BikeSafe success story for an
opportunity to be featured on our blog.

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Bikes not required.

Our curriculum makes it possible to teach bicycle safety -
even if your school doesn’t have bicycles.

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Summer camp on two wheels.

Schools aren't the only ones who can have fun -
try the BikeSafe Parks Curriculum.

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BikeSafe Educational Materials

Our Mini Unit for educators is purpose-made for physical education classes.

Our on-bike curriculum is designed for parks and camps.

Lessons completed?

All schools and parks must submit an online completion form after implementing the BikeSafe Mini Unit.

What’s new?

News - November 27, 2019

The Velo Yellow Bikes: Part 2

This is a continuation of the "Velo Yellow" kids track bike story from our resident bike expert, Kurt Kaminer:

News - August 13, 2019

Saving the Velo Yellows: A kids bicycle salvage story!

Our social marketing manager comes to us today with a story about his love for bicycles – and how it has led to three new members of the BikeSafe fleet!


News - June 19, 2019

Why protected bike lane projects (often) fail.

Don’t get us wrong – we love protected bike lanes. But it is difficult for anyone born and raised in an automobile-centric culture to understand what it feels like to commute on two wheels, braving the ever-spotty selection of bicycle facilities in a fearless game of Frogger to get to your destination.

News - May 13, 2019

Stop mandating coaster brakes for kids bikes

Let's take a stand in the name of making bicycle riding easier for kids for National Bike Month: Let's say "no" to mandated coaster brakes, a.k.a., the “foot brake.”