Princeton Community Bike Rodeo for Kids This Saturday

You can learn all about bike safety, register your bike, and get it inspected for free at the second annual Community Bike Rodeo this Saturday, May 19.

Bring your bike to the Princeton Township Municipal Parking Lot at 400 Witherspoon Street between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. After your bike is registered and checked for safety, you will receive a brief “rules of the road” lesson. Then you will navigate a road safety course with the help of police officers, who will demonstrate road safety tips.

The event is open to riders age 5-12, and safety helmets are required. The day will include giveaways, food and drinks, and free helmets to the first 50 pre-registered riders. A waiver is required to participate and can be found on the Princeton Township website.

The rodeo is sponsored by the Princeton Human Services Department in conjunction with the Princeton Township and Princeton Borough Police Departments, The Princeton Recreation Department, and  the Greater Mercer Transportation Management Authority.