Living in a cul de sac that sees a good amount of traffic we are always reminding the kids to look both ways and to be aware of their surroundings. As kids though they test their boundaries for sure, and a bike safety course is the perfect place to educate the kids even more.
If you are looking to teach your little ones some bike safety or maybe even yourself, check out the free City of Edmonton Program, bike safety program. It’s available to anyone and a great opportunity for families to attend together! Starting at the beginning of May you will find the bike safety courses taking place at the following locations:
May 12th – Riverdale – 8901-101ave starts at 5:30pm
May 15th – Killarney – 8720-130A Ave starts at 10:00am
May 27th – Evansdale – 9111 – 150ave starts at 5:30pm
May 28th – Donald Massey School – 5435 – 162 ave starts at 10:00am
(May 28th did say McLeod Community Hall but that is a error)
June 2nd – Abbotsfield – 3010 – 119 Ave starts at 5:30pm
June 4th – Central McDougal – 109ave & 107st starts at 10:00am
Each bike safety course is 3 hours in length and you can come for the whole course or drop in at any time throughout. Every person that attends with a bike must have a CSA approved helmet.
To find out about more about free City of Edmonton programs check out their website.