Bikosaur Html5 Game Online - Play Free Fun Dinosaurs Bmx Games
You are a dinosaur that rides a bicycle. Collect steaks to feed your family. Grab power-up items, and go as far as possible to beat the highest score. Beware of obstacles, and those angry kitties. Have Fun!
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How to Play Bikosaur Game
Up arrow for Jump (twice for double jump). Left arrow to speed up. On touch devices tap your finger on the arrow.
Why BMX bicycling is a great sport for kids
BMX bikes are cool, and fun to ride. Kids, especially boys loves to ride these. By joining a local BMX club in your area, you will find a great place to meet friends. You will have lots of fun, and also learn some cool techniques of how to race your BMX bike. Did you know that BMX is an abbreviation for bicycle motorcross. According to WikiPedia BMX began in the early 1970s when young cyclists appropriated motocross tracks for fun, racing and stunts, eventually evolving specialized BMX bikes and competitions. In 2003, the International Olympic Committee made BMX a full medal Olympic sport for 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China, and Maris Strombergs (male, for Latvia) and Anne-Caroline Chausson (female, for France) became the first Olympic champions.
Fun Facts About Dinosaurs for Kids
There are many fun facts about dinosaurs for kids and a countless number of websites listing these facts some good ones are Science Kids and Kids Konnect. We studied some of these website and here are some of our findings. While dinosaurs came a long time before us humans, fossils and modern technology have helped us piece together what dinosaurs may have looked like and even how they might have behaved. Dinosaurs are hatch out of eggs. Dinosaur eggs are many shapes and sizes. Some are up to 16" long or more. But bigger eggs didn't always mean bigger dinosaurs. Some very large dinosaurs had small eggs. The American explorer Roy Chapman Andrews found the first known dinosaur eggs in Mongolia's Gobi Desert in 1923. Prior to his discovery, scientists didn't know exactly how dinosaurs reproduced. Many dinosaur eggs found still have their original shells. The biggest dinosaur eggs scientists know of are the eggs of the Segnosaurus, which were about 19 inches long. The smallest dinosaur eggs ever found measured about 0.7 inches (smaller than the diameter of a penny!) and were found in northeastern Thailand in 2002 and 2003. Despite being long extinct, dinosaurs are frequently featured in the media. One of the more memorable examples of this is Michael Crichton’s 1990 book Jurassic Park. Adapted to movie in 1993, the story features cloned dinosaurs brought to life with the help of DNA found in mosquitoes trapped in amber. Well, we think that's enough facts for one day, you should play our fun Bikosaur game now.