Parents are about to get a nice little help from Eastmont Parks.

This Saturday!


The Annual Bike Rodeo

Saturday, May 18th, 2024


Eastmont Community Park

That's right it's back! I got to attend last year and man, that was so cool, informative, and fun!

What is a Bike Rodeo?

A Bike Rodeo is an opportunity for kids to get fitted for FREE Bike Helmets and learn road safety.


For the record, not the gif above is *not what you will see at Eastmont Parks... Sorry.

What to Expect at the Eastmont Bike Rodeo.

There will be a safety course for kids that will take them throughout the park and out to the pump track where they will be able to do timed trials for potential prizes.

Free hotdogs and snacks for the kids as well while supplies last.

This Eastmont Bike Rodeo is designed for ages 4-18yrs, but all ages are welcome.

I say bring the whole family down and get fitted for that Free Bike Helmet, take the course, have a little lunch break and then go explore with the safety knowlege you just gained.

I had the honor of helping out last year with on of our Radio Stations, man, that was so cool. I brought my daughter along, she got to play, learn road safety and get her helmet. She still tells me things about bike safety that she learned last year. You best believe, I will be there again this year and with my little girl in tow.

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