Kiwanis holds Bike Rodeo


The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently held its Annual Bike Rodeo in conjunction with the opening of the new bike trail in Sabina. There were bike safety inspections and a skills course for non-competitive fun for bicyclists ages 5 to 12. Kiwanis gave out free bike helmets while supplies lasted. Wilmington Kiwanis Bike Rodeo Chairpersons were Terri Thobaben and Pamela Bauer. Shown: An East Clinton High School Key Club member helps a bike rider with a new helmet; the winner of the new bike raffle.


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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently held its Annual Bike Rodeo in conjunction with the opening of the new bike trail in Sabina. There were bike safety inspections and a skills course for non-competitive fun for bicyclists ages 5 to 12. Kiwanis gave out free bike helmets while supplies lasted. Wilmington Kiwanis Bike Rodeo Chairpersons were Terri Thobaben and Pamela Bauer. Shown: An East Clinton High School Key Club member helps a bike rider with a new helmet; the winner of the new bike raffle.


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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently held its Annual Bike Rodeo in conjunction with the opening of the new bike trail in Sabina. There were bike safety inspections and a skills course for non-competitive fun for bicyclists ages 5 to 12. Kiwanis gave out free bike helmets while supplies lasted. Wilmington Kiwanis Bike Rodeo Chairpersons were Terri Thobaben and Pamela Bauer. Shown: An East Clinton High School Key Club member helps a bike rider with a new helmet; the winner of the new bike raffle.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently held its Annual Bike Rodeo in conjunction with the opening of the new bike trail in Sabina. There were bike safety inspections and a skills course for non-competitive fun for bicyclists ages 5 to 12. Kiwanis gave out free bike helmets while supplies lasted. Wilmington Kiwanis Bike Rodeo Chairpersons were Terri Thobaben and Pamela Bauer. Shown: An East Clinton High School Key Club member helps a bike rider with a new helmet; the winner of the new bike raffle.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently held its Annual Bike Rodeo in conjunction with the opening of the new bike trail in Sabina. There were bike safety inspections and a skills course for non-competitive fun for bicyclists ages 5 to 12. Kiwanis gave out free bike helmets while supplies lasted. Wilmington Kiwanis Bike Rodeo Chairpersons were Terri Thobaben and Pamela Bauer. Shown: An East Clinton High School Key Club member helps a bike rider with a new helmet; the winner of the new bike raffle.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_IMG_20170422_122609812.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently held its Annual Bike Rodeo in conjunction with the opening of the new bike trail in Sabina. There were bike safety inspections and a skills course for non-competitive fun for bicyclists ages 5 to 12. Kiwanis gave out free bike helmets while supplies lasted. Wilmington Kiwanis Bike Rodeo Chairpersons were Terri Thobaben and Pamela Bauer. Shown: An East Clinton High School Key Club member helps a bike rider with a new helmet; the winner of the new bike raffle. Courtesy photos

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently held its Annual Bike Rodeo in conjunction with the opening of the new bike trail in Sabina. There were bike safety inspections and a skills course for non-competitive fun for bicyclists ages 5 to 12. Kiwanis gave out free bike helmets while supplies lasted. Wilmington Kiwanis Bike Rodeo Chairpersons were Terri Thobaben and Pamela Bauer. Shown: An East Clinton High School Key Club member helps a bike rider with a new helmet; the winner of the new bike raffle.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_IMG_20170422_113340927_HDR.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently held its Annual Bike Rodeo in conjunction with the opening of the new bike trail in Sabina. There were bike safety inspections and a skills course for non-competitive fun for bicyclists ages 5 to 12. Kiwanis gave out free bike helmets while supplies lasted. Wilmington Kiwanis Bike Rodeo Chairpersons were Terri Thobaben and Pamela Bauer. Shown: An East Clinton High School Key Club member helps a bike rider with a new helmet; the winner of the new bike raffle. Courtesy photos