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How to Play Bike Trip Bingo

This is a partnered post with Mirum Shopper. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Ready or not, summer is coming. Before long the temperatures will be unbearable and you’ll have to be a bit more creative in getting your children to play outside. This summer, you can make bike riding more interactive and sort of like a scavenger hunt by learning how to play Bike Trip Bingo.

Teach your children how to play bike trip bingo and enjoy hours of outdoor play.

Thankfully we live in a neighborhood with lots of children and my kids get to enjoy playing outside and riding their bikes as often as they desire. But for my nephew, that’s not possible. He lives out in the country and besides their long driveway, there isn’t a safe place to ride a bike. So I decided to buy him a new Schwinn SmartStart 16” Sidewalk Bike and help him learn how to ride a bike while he’s at my house.

Teach your children how to play bike trip bingo and enjoy hours of outdoor play.

Teach your children how to play bike trip bingo and enjoy hours of outdoor play.

Teach your children how to play bike trip bingo and enjoy hours of outdoor play.

I got this bike for him because it’s built smaller to make learning to ride a bike as easy as possible. The grips are smaller because children have smaller hands. The seat is smaller and designed to support a child’s proportions. The pedals are positioned wider to match the position of the child’s hip width which allows for improved leverage when pedaling.

Teach your children how to play bike trip bingo and enjoy hours of outdoor play.Now that he has a bike to ride, I’m teaching him how to play Bike Trip Bingo. Since he’s an only child, he loves coming to the house to play with my boys and Bike Trip Bingo is a great way to get them all outside and exploring.

Teach your children how to play bike trip bingo and enjoy hours of outdoor play.

How to Play Bike Trip Bingo

What You’ll Need:

  • Bike Trip Bingo Cards (They’re free. Just click to print as many as you want.)
  • Bike
  • Pen/Pencil
  • Friends

How to Play:

I’m sure you’ve all played Bingo before. Bike Trip Bingo is super easy and similar to a regular numbered Bingo game. With a Bike Trip Bingo card in hand, all participants will head out on a bike ride looking for the objects on their bingo cards. When you come across an item you see pictured on your bingo card, mark it off with a pen or pencil. You can choose to fill an entire card, or just a row. It’s up to you. The first to complete wins Bike Trip Bingo.

If you don't know how to play Bike Trip Bingo, it's time to learn. Get ready for a fun-packed search to find all the objects on your bingo card.

Bike Trip Bingo is a fun-packed activity that turns learning a new skill into an exciting game the whole family can play together.

You can purchase a Schwinn SmartStart Bike at a variety of retailers including Toys”R”Us, Target, Amazon.com and Academy. We got ours home from Academy and had it assembled in less than 10 minutes. Super easy!

If you don't know how to play Bike Trip Bingo, it's time to learn. Get ready for a fun-packed search to find all the objects on your bingo card.

Now that you’ve learned how to play Bike Trip Bingo, it’s time to play! And when you play, you have a chance to win a Schwinn SmartStart prize pack. Just print your Bike Trip Bingo cards, take a few photos of your family playing, and use the widget below to upload them to your social networks using the #SchwinnBingoSweepstakes hashtag. Easy peasy!

Schwinn SmartStart Bike Trip Bingo Sweepstakes

If you don't know how to play Bike Trip Bingo, it's time to learn. Get ready for a fun-packed search to find all the objects on your bingo card.
About Crystal

Crystal Reagan, the owner and founder of SimplyBeingMommy.com lives in Small Town, Texas with her husband and 3 children. Crystal and her website have been featured on local and national news stations including Channel 2 Houston and ABC News. She has also appeared on BetterTV as a Mommy Expert for VTech.

Comments

  1. 1

    That’s a great way to keep the kids interested in going for bike rides. I love that these bikes are sized perfectly for young kids, as well. It’s so hard to ride on a big bike for them!

  2. 2

    My kids used to love riding their bikes. We went to the local national park and rode at least twice a week.

  3. 3

    What a great aunt you are for getting your nephew the bike to ride when he’s visiting. I am sure he loves to play Bike Trip Bingo. Those are the things the best memories are made from.

  4. 4

    That is a such a fun idea! My boy would love this game.

  5. 5

    That’s fun that you helped him learn to ride at your place. We lived in the country and had to take my youngest to the city to learn to ride it. 🙂

  6. 6

    That sounds like some good family fun. I haven’t rode a bike in years, though. I know they say you don’t forget, but I also remember that the ground doesn’t feel good when you hit it either, lol!

  7. 7

    How fun! This is something I would have played when I was a kid. We did have a lot of fun making up our own games though.

  8. 8

    That’s really sweet of you. It’s good that you got this bike for your nephew, it has a lot of cool features! I’m sure he’ll have fun playing the game as well.

  9. 9
    Jocelyn says:

    aww, Bike Trip Bingo.. how fun is that? My kids would love this. I need to get them to start riding their bikes again– also really great for exercise!

  10. 10
    Kathleen says:

    I love this idea. I’ve done car bingo but never bike bingo. I need to get a new bike for my son and teach him to ride with training wheels first but then we can try this out.

  11. 11
    Ladonna says:

    A great idea for giving kids a way to learn about things in their environment! My grand daughter would probably enjoy this!

  12. 12

    Bike Trip Bingo sounds like a great way to get the kids excited about riding their bikes for the first time. That’s a great idea!

  13. 13

    My niece and nephews would love this game. They are constantly on their bikes riding around. This will keep them busy!

  14. 14

    My husband fixed up a bike for me and we got our son a new bike. We can play this when we are out on family rides

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