How to cycle safely with toddlers and young children

Spring is finally in the air and in the coming weeks, more cyclists will be taking to the streets.

Spring is finally in the air and in the coming weeks, more and more cyclists will be taking to the streets.

But what if you, like Ottawa Morning host Robyn Bresnahan, have a toddler in tow? What's the safest way to commute on two wheels with a young child?

Bresnahan visited the Ottawa shop Tall Tree Cycles for some tips and advice.

Click the link below to hear the interview.


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