Brielle Biking is an Eagle Scout Project done by Michael Stoddard of Brielle's own Troop 63. It is composed of several videos highlighting proper bike safety and ways to get around Brielle. It's designed for young students who are just beginning to really ride their bikes on their own. One video will give them the basics of properly riding a bike safely, and the other 5 are specific routes to get to school, mapped out by those who helped me with the project.
Thank you Mrs. Carlson for the opportunity to work on this project, and thank you to everyone who helped me out with it!
If you'd like to learn more about Troop 63, visit https://sites.google.com/site/brielletroop63/ to get more information. Meetings are every Wednesday at the Brielle Firehouse!
Below is a map of Brielle, with 5 routes to get to school. Also marked are 3 locations of interest–Brielle Elementary School, Jimmy's Pizza, and the Brielle Firehouse. Also below is a key explaining the colors!