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“ Kids Bike Park is the latest addition to the Happy and Healthy Bike Lane. The park was opened November 23, 2018 under the sponsorship of PTT. The facilities in the park have been carefully designed to provide fun for a wide range of kids and also an environment to challenge them so that they can learn and improve. The overall park layout was designed by Jeavons Landscape Architects in Melbourne, a firm with extensive experience in kids play. The pump track and short trail sections were designed by Velosolutions a world leader in the design of bike trails and pump tracks. “
“ Like all the facilities at Happy and Healthy Bike Lane, access to the kids bike park is free and open for kids between the ages of 4 and 12. Parents are allowed in certain designated areas of the park but are not allowed on any of the riding areas. On site staff and medical personnel help ensure the safety of kids. “
“ To encourage all children to participate, we provide free bikes and helmets to kids that don’t have them. At the moment, our stock of bikes are limited and given out on a first come first served basis. Later this month we should more than double our available bikes so kids shouldn’t have a problem getting a bike. “
“ At Happy and Healthy Bike Lane, we want to encourage kids to learn and progress so with PTT, we have initiated a training program for kids. This training program is run by the Thai national BMX coach and is aimed at giving kids the skills the would need to cycle safely in any environment. Apart from being a great learning and social experience for kids, it may also encourage them to compete in cycling events such as BMX ad pump track. “
“ From time to time in any activity, accidents can happen. At Happy and Healthy Bike Lane we take this very seriously and provide on-site medical services. BDMS through its Samitivej Hospital provides these services. All park users and parents can be sure of a rapid response to any accident by well trained medical professionals. These services are free on-site and costs are only incurred should an hospital visit be required. “