Baker Lake Bike Rodeo was a success


Cheryl is proudly wearing her new bike helmet donated by AREVA.

11 children recently participated in the Baker Lake Bike Rodeo organized by the RCMP and AREVA. The focus of the bike rodeo was to provide the children with basic bicycling safety tips. They learned how to signal when turning, to bike opposite to motor vehicle traffic, to stay on the site and not in the middle of the road and to always wear a helmet. As part of the bike rodeo, the participants’ bikes were engraved, they received a bike safety colouring book and stickers and a brand new bike helmet. After all the fun learning about biking safety, the young bicycle riders were treated to treats and juice.  “It all made for a great afternoon” said Olivia Ullyot, AREVA’s Community Relations Assistant, who helped organize the event with Theresa Aylward, RCMP Summer Student.

11 Baker Lake children had lots of fun learning about bike safety at the Bike Rodeo organized by AREVA and the RCMP.