Cameron Council, 4, gets some steering and balance help in learning to negotiate the figure-eight course on his Spider Man bicycle from Raleigh police officer Charles Kay during a neighborhood bike rodeo at Lions Park and Community Center in July 2016.
Cameron Council, 4, gets some steering and balance help in learning to negotiate the figure-eight course on his Spider Man bicycle from Raleigh police officer Charles Kay during a neighborhood bike rodeo at Lions Park and Community Center in July 2016. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Cameron Council, 4, gets some steering and balance help in learning to negotiate the figure-eight course on his Spider Man bicycle from Raleigh police officer Charles Kay during a neighborhood bike rodeo at Lions Park and Community Center in July 2016. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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