Solana Beach family bike event to provide safety adjustments, education, activities

By Claire Harlin

On March 16 from 10 a.m. to noon, Bike Walk Solana will be holding an event at Skyline Elementary School to help kids get their helmets fitted and bikes adjusted for better safety.

The city’s bike advocacy group is calling the endeavor a “bike rodeo,” because although safety and education is the focus, there will also be bike riding courses, interactive activities and prizes for families that arrive vehicle-free. The free event is sponsored by the Del Sol Lions, and Revolution Bikes will be there making necessary bike adjustments, giving riding lessons and making sure kids’ bikes are safe to ride.

For more information on the event or Bike Walk Solana, which works with the city to make Solana Beach a better place for cyclists, visit www.bikewalksolana.org. Skyline is located at 606 Lomas Santa Fe Drive.

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  3. Solana Beach Center For A Healthy Lifestyle ‘Gardenporium’ event May 14 to feature great food, movie, activities
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  5. Solana Beach Ball a sold-out event for education

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