Solana Beach Bike Safety Rodeo

Giovanni Morales

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The Solana Beach Bike Safety Rodeo took place on March 16 at Skyline Elementary School. The Solana Beach Bike Safety Rodeo is a free event designed to teach elementary school students and their parents the importance of a fun and safe bike-riding experience through a series of interactive stations.

The event is sponsored by BikeWalkSolana, the Del Sol Lions Club, Revolution Bikes and GoodOnYa Bars.

More information on BikeWalkSolana and the Solana Beach Bike Safety Rodeo can be found at http://bikewalksolana.org.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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