Itsy bitsy bikers today at Encana Events Centre

At high noon, Mile Zero will be looking for all easy riders.

Itsy bitsy bikers goes today at Encana Events Centre from 12 to 3pm. Inside sources reveal that a real live policeperson and fire fighter will be on hand.

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“There are also treats and door prizes.”

Kids need to be accompanied by parent/guardian and helmets are mandatory.

If your family has an itsy bitsy biker on training wheels or did the little one just receive a brand new trike or kick-scooter and they are looking for a chance to learn to ride in a safe, debris free environment? Maybe the training wheels are due to come off and you want them to give it a try on an even surface? 

Presented by Mountainview Safety Services and with help from Canadian Tire DC, the Itsy Bitsy Biker event will be hosted on the arena floor at the Encana Events Centre, Saturday May 25th from noon - 3:00 p.m.

“We will also have a treat and a fruit-juice drink box for children who attend.”

FYI for parents

• This event is geared towards those young children just learning to ride in a controlled environment. This event is NOT for experienced riders.

• Children MUST wear a properly fitting helmet while on the arena floor

• Children MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times

• Entrance for participants & bikes/kick-scooters is through the LOWER LOBBY doors of the Encana Events Centre

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