Join us for the 10th Annual Walk & Roll Festival, Sponsored by Culver City Rotary Community Foundation! This Saturday, September 24, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Culver City Middle School (front parking lot) 4601 Elenda Street, Culver City 90230.
REGISTER TODAY (Registration is not required but will help us plan a safer event) The FREE Walk & Roll Festival is a fun time for the entire family, featuring a skills course and free bike repair!
The Culver City Walk & Roll Festival teaches kids essential bicycle and pedestrian safety rules to help them develop the confidence they need to safely navigate their urban environment. But before children leave the confines of their neighborhood, it’s critical they learn how do so safely and responsibly. Featuring several skills stations and lead by certified instructors, the Walk & Roll Festival teaches kids proper bike handling skills and valuable safety techniques, in a safe, fun and engaging environment. From helmet fitting and bike inspections to turn signals and avoiding hazards, children – and their parents – learn important lessons to more safely and responsibly ride their bikes in an urban environment.
Kids will have fun learning essential bike safety skills in a controlled environment. Our trained instructors will guide the kids through a series of skills stations and then take them on a group ride to put their new experiences into practice.
All are welcome – bikes, scooters, skateboards, roller skates, training wheels and tricycles too. There’s something for everyone!
Free Bike Repair
Free Bike Helmets (while supplies last)
Special CCMS Workshop at 11 a.m.
Creation Station by TruSmile Orthodontics
Bike Blender by Co-Opportunity Markets
Roller Skate demos and lessons by L.A. Skate Hunnies
After working their way through the stations, the children participate in on-street group rides around the neighborhood to practice what they had learned under the watchful eyes of our trained instructors. Each child then receives a certificate of completion and signs a pledge to always wear their helmet.
REGISTER TODAY! (registration is not required but will help us plan a safer event)
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