18th Annual Historic Roswell Kiwanis
Kids' Bicycle Safety Rodeo a Big Hit at a New Location!
@ East Alley off of Canton Street
The bicycles of all participants were inspected
as a courtesy of Roswell Bicycles
After the Rodeo, participants ready for the youth races to begin
Please note these Kids Bicycle Safety Rodeo rules and conditions:
• The Historic Roswell Kiwanis Kids' Bicycle Safety Rodeo is conducted by the Kiwanis Club of
Historic Roswell, Inc, (Historic Roswell Kiwanis).
• There is no charge for the Historic Roswell Kiwanis Kids' Bicycle Safety Rodeo.
• Each participant should provide his/her own bicycle and helmet -- we will have no bikes or
helmets that can be loaned.
• In order for a child to participate, a parent or guardian must complete a registration form for
• Registration is scheduled begin at 12pm; rodeo is scheduled begin at 12:15pm. It will conclude
at approximately 2:30 pm. However, Historic Roswell Kiwanis reserves the right to modify
start or end times, or any other aspects of the event.
• Bike Rodeo participants must be 5 years old as of date of the event.
• Parents are requested to remain at bike rodeo site while his/her child is participating.
• The Bike Rodeo will be held as long as weather conditions are safe as determined by the
Historic Roswell Kiwanis event director. The Bike Rodeo will NOT be conducted in thunder
and/or lightning, or while other dangerous conditions are present in the area.
All helmets were checked for fit.
Emergency Medical Technicians from the Roswell Fire Department
will be nearby during the Rodeo.
Tentative Rodeo Schedule
12 - 2:30 pm Registration
12:15 - 2:30 pm Bike Rodeo
.All times are subject to change. Historic Roswell Kiwanis reserves the right
to modify start or end times, or any other aspects of the event
Historic Roswell Kiwanis conducted its 18th annual Kids' Bicycle Safety Rodeo on Sunday, April 28, 2019 while the Streets Alive Bicycle Festival was taking place nearby. The Kids' Bicycle Safety Rodeo is co-sponsored by the Key Clubs of Centennial High School, Milton High School and Roswell High School, and by the Builders Clubs of Crabapple Middle and Elkins Pointe Middle Schools. The Historic Roswell Kiwanis Kids' Bicycle Safety Rodeo is supported and assisted by Bike Roswell!, our city's premiere bicycle advocacy group.
The rodeo took place at East Alley, behind the restaurants of Canton Street, a new location closer to the Streets Alive action.
Historic Roswell Kiwanis believes that bicycle safety is one of the most important skills that can be taught in order to keep children who ride safe on the roads.
The Historic Roswell Kiwanis Kids' Bicycle Safety Rodeo is an organized "class" where children learn about cycling safety and bicycle handling skills. After the "class" portion, the children hit an obstacle course to navigate in order to "graduate" from the class.
All bicycles were inspected and "tuned-up" by the mechanics of Roswell Bicycles, and all helmets were checked. Roswell Bicycles is a sponsor of Streets Alive, and a supporter the Bike Rodeo and the Mayor's Ride.
A special thanks to...
• Bike Roswell!
•Roswell Bicycles mechanics and staff
• Fire Dept. EMTs, Roswell Public Safety Department
•Roswell Transportation Department
• Key Clubs of Centennial, Milton and Roswell High Schools
• Builders Clubs of Crabapple and Elkins Pointe Middle Schools
•Former Mayor Jere Wood, Legion of Honor Kiwanian
•Roswell Recreation and Parks staff; Jeff Pruitt,
Roswell Recreation Department Deputy Director
•Historic Roswell Kiwanis volunteers