Bike Safety Rodeo

IMG_2336The Medina Police Department and the Medina Target store hosts an annual Bicycle Safety Rodeo in hopes to educate children ages 3 to 12 to ride their bikes safer and smarter for the summer months.

The Bike Safety Rodeo is scheduled for Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. inside the Medina Police/Public Works Garage at 600  Clydesdale Trail (NEW LOCATION: the event has been moved from the Target parking lot to indoors in the Police/Public Works garage due to the weather predicted on Saturday). The event is free and is intended to have your children ages 3-12 polish up their bicycle skills before summer kicks into full gear. Bikes will also be inspected at the event. Children will get the opportunity to go through various obstacles that children may face every day while riding their bike such as safely leaving your driveway and making a quick stop. Come for family fun, education on bicycle safety, and prizes. The best part is it’s FREE!

2018 Bike Rodeo Registration Form – register by Friday, May 11, 2018

Questions? Call Medina Community Service Officer Melissa Robbins at 763-473-9209 or email