Summer and bikes are a perfect pair. I have loved riding my bike around Keystone this summer. I’m not on a Strider bike anymore and now I just ride a two wheeler. What is so great about 2 wheelers is you can get going really fast and then use your brakes for a quick stop. When I was using my strider I was always wearing out my shoes because I had to drag my toes to stop.
The Skills Park is my favorite part of riding bikes at Keystone. I get to go over the three little jumps and I am flying when I hit those. I also like to try and get my bike across the wooden bridge. It is scary and hard but super fun to try. There are a few things in the Skills Park that I’m not up for trying with my bike. However, I love to run and jump across these things and pretend I am doing a ninja obstacle course.
This fall my mom and dad have already told me I get a new bike that’s going to be bigger with hand brakes. I hope it’s blue, black and red. I want it to have hand brakes, bell and a letter F instead of a number. I also am going to get some bike pads for my arms and legs and a new red brain bucket (helmet). I think I am going to be super fast when I get all this stuff.
If any kid is looking for a place to come and ride the trails and ride the Skills Park I think they should come to Keystone. In my family we call Keystone – KIDSTONE! Everyone is so nice to me when I am riding or playing in the village. It’s an incredible place to live and a great place for kids to visit.
If you find your family heading to KIDSTONE (Keystone) then hopefully you might see me and we can do a few laps. Give me a shout on Instagram @zabelrocksinsummit. Almost all of my pictures are from Keystone. That’s because Keystone rocks!
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