Cycles of Change provides Bike Rodeos at schools and community events in collaboration with the East Bay Bicycle Coalition.
We are able to offer two types of rodeos with enough helmets and loaner bikes for all participants.
Skills Drillz Rodeos
This Rodeo is well suited for groups of up to 20 3rd-6th grade students in structured during or after school programs. We teach advanced techniques using a course with lanes and obstacles.
- How to Perform a Bicycle Safety Check
- Proper Helmet Fitting
- Starting and Stopping
- Signaling and Communication
- Shifting Gears
- Scanning Ahead
- Shoulder Checking
- Obstacle Avoidance
Mock City Rodeos
This rodeo provides parents and children of all ages with fun opportunities to roll play while developing their road awareness and safety skills. Participants can choose to be a pedestrian or a bike driver, deciding what they want to do and where they want to go in a mini-city complete with roads, signs, and buildings. These are great for community events!
* How to Perform a Bicycle Safety Check
* Proper Helmet Fitting
* Proper Starting and Stopping
* Yielding Right of Way to Traffic and Pedestrians
* Riding on the Right
* Crossing Intersections
* Signaling and Communication
* Independent Decision Making
* Learn to Ride for Beginners
Visit East Bay Bicycle Coalition (EBBC) on the web to find if your school or event is eligible for a free rodeo.
We can also provide rodeos for a fee for schools and events that are not eligible through EBBC. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.