Citywide Safe Route To School Program (SRTS) – Bike, Walk & Scoot Festival – As part of the SRTS Program, on Saturday, July 26, Culver City Walk & Rollers is hosting a Bike, Walk & Scoot Festival at Culver City Middle School to teach kids essential bicycle and pedestrian safety lessons in a fun, engaging event. The free, family-friendly event will have activities throughout the day for all ages.
The Festival is part of the City of Culver City’s city-wide Safe Routes to School Education and Encouragement Program designed to encourage more children to walk and bike to school more often and more safely. The Program is in coordination with the Culver City Unified School District and underscores the value of healthy, active living and especially the fun of non-motorized transportation in an effort to reduce traffic and pollution near school sites.
- Fun for the whole family!
- Bike and Scooter Skills Stations
- Obstacle Course
- Bicycle Tuneups – by Chubby’s Bikes
- On-street Group Rides
- Group Walks – by Walk with a Doc, Culver City
- Adult Workshops – by Sustainable Streets
- Bike Crafts: Make your own spoke card, race plate and custom button!
When: Saturday, July 26, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Where: Culver City Middle School, 14601 Elenda Street, Culver City, CA 90230
All bicycle activities lead by trained instructors. Helmets required for all riders under 18, strongly encouraged for everyone else.
For more information on the Bike Walk & Scoot Festival and Culver City Safe Routes to School Program, visit:www.ccwalkandroll.com