Bike Rodeos Intercity Transit’s Walk N Roll program helps schools and community partners organize bike rodeo events by providing a bike rodeo kit and assisting with planning and implementing the events. What is a Bike Rodeo? A bike rodeo is an event that provides elementary aged children with the opportunity to learn, practice, and demonstrate bike handling skills in a fun, safe, and encouraging atmosphere. Participants visit a variety of stations that are run by staff and volunteers. Stations are designed to teach youth real world skills to prepare them to ride a bike safely. Stations may include: Information and prize station Helmet fitting (if resources are available this station could include a helmet giveaway) Bike safety-check Rules of the road Skills courses Bike and helmet decorating Fueling station with snacks and water What does Intercity Transit provide? Intercity Transit will help you plan your event, provide you a bike rodeo kit, and if staffing allows, assist on the day of your event. The bike rodeo kit includes: Signs and instructions for each station Cones, traffic signs, and chalk for the skills courses Materials for the bike and helmet decorating station Safety vests and name tags for volunteers Participant passports Participation prizes for each child Thurston County Bike Maps Signage to promote the event Event flyer template Who can request bike rodeo assistance? Schools and community organizations serving youth and families in Tumwater, Lacey, Olympia, and/or Yelm. How to request assistance with your bike rodeo? Send an email to our Youth Education Specialist, Kerri Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-705-5855. Volunteer to help with a bike rodeos Volunteers are the most important part of making a successful bike rodeo. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact our Youth Education Specialist, Kerri Wilson at email@example.com or call 360-705-5855.