OPBA is looking for participants and volunteers to be part of the inaugural Sequim Bike Rodeo.  A bike rodeo is a fun opportunity for kids from kindergarten through 5th grade to learn how to ride their bikes safely.  It’s a FREE event, so kids bring your parents (and make they sure they sign their release forms so you can be a rodeo rider).

This year’s Sequim Bike Rodeo will be held down at the old “HH Corral”–the parking lot next to the Hellen Haller Elementary School on Fir Street.  It’s from 10:00 – 1:00 pm on May 16th, 2020.

We are looking for:

  • Lots of great bicycle buckaroos–cycling kids from K-5.
  • A team of good women and men “wranglers” to help make the rodeo a great success!

There are nine “events” or stations in the rodeo, which will take about an hour to complete and Clallam County Transit will be on hand to teach the proper way to load your bike on a bus.

So come on out, bring your bike–and, of course, your helmet–to show off your cycling skills, learn new ones, and become a better, safer bike rider.

Training wheels are welcomed and loaner helmets and bikes will be provided as needed.

To learn more about the event, check our event listing or contact Jeanie Robards, Event Director, via email at [email protected], or by phone at 405-570-5883.