Manning Regional Healthcare Center

MRHC to Host Bike Safety Rodeo

MRHC will host a bike safety rodeo on Thursday, May 5th from 5-7 p.m. in the MRHC parking lot to ensure local children are ready for summer break. Kids of all ages, especially 4-12, are encouraged to participate, and families are invited to join.

The bike rodeo will consist of five stations that provide children the opportunity to practice and demonstrate safety and agility skills using their own bicycles.

1. Registration
2. Inspection
3. Turning Signals
4. Road Safety and Rules
5. Snacks and Games

Chad Onken, owner of Iowa Small Engine & Bike Shop, will inspect every bike to ensure they are safe and ready to ride. In addition to the safety instruction and agility course, every participant will receive a certificate from Manning Mayor, Joe Maas, as proof of their completion of the course.

Parents are encouraged to bring their children to the rodeo along with their bike and helmet. Please register online here to guarantee the complimentary helmet is the right size for your child.

This event is presented by the Manning Police Department, Manning Regional Healthcare Center, City of Manning, and Iowa Small Engine & Bike Shop. Contact Julie Hodne with any questions at julie.hodne@mrhcia.com or 712-655-8179.

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