The Vanderhoof RCMP

The Vanderhoof RCMP

First annual Vanderhoof Bike Rodeo planned for May 7

The Vanderhoof RCMP, Vanderhoof Volunteer Fire Department and Vanderhoof – BC Ambulance Service would like to invite you to our first annual Bike Rodeo.

The Vanderhoof RCMP, Vanderhoof Volunteer Fire Department and Vanderhoof – BC Ambulance Service would like to invite you to our first annual Bike Rodeo.  This rodeo is open to children of all ages to learn about bike safety, rules of the road and your responsibility while biking.  We will have Omineca Source for Sports staff on site to check the condition of your bike and helmet with you to ensure they are in safe working order.  There will be bikes for all ages to use if you don’t have a bike but want to participate in the Rodeo.  You will have a chance to learn about the Rip’n the North Bike Park and bike trails in the Vanderhoof area.

We will have some great door prizes that all participants are eligible for.  All you have to do is complete all stations of the Rodeo and enter your name in for the draws.   These prizes are sponsored by a generous donation from SUCCESS BY 6 and Omineca Source for Sports.  The Vanderhoof Volunteer Fire Department will be serving up some delicious treats sponsored by the Vanderhoof and District CO-OP, free to all participants!

We also encourage the attendance of the parents to watch and even participate if you would like to try out your skills and knowledge.  This event is to educate everyone on bike safety and keep our community safe and fit while having a great time in the outdoors!

For more information on the Bike Rodeo please contact:  Cpl Darin Underhill – Vanderhoof RCMP at 250-567-2222  or  Fire Chief  –  Joe Pacheco at 250-567-2616.

Please thank and support our gracious sponsors as they continue support our community!

The Vanderhoof Success By 6® Committee has received funds by the Make Children First Initiative.  The objective of Make Children First is “ to enhance and improve services to achieve better outcomes for the children and their families” and is directed at children 0-6 years old.



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