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Ride With Pride Bike Safety Day 2023
Ride With Pride Bike Safety Day 2023

Ride With Pride Bike Safety Day 2023

Bike and road safety day for all ages.

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Time & Location

Jun 25, 2023, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Wyoming, 519 Ontario St, Wyoming, ON N0N 1T0, Canada

About the event

Ride with Pride was started in memory of Lori Neville, after she was killed by a distracted driver, well biking in August of 2020. Ride with Pride is a not-for-profit organization that focuses on bike/road safety for all ages.


New Hope Community Bikes will be joining us this year. They run a cycling education program called “Ride Smart”. The Ride Smart Program has been designed to be completely self-contained: they provide the bikes, helmets, instructors, resource materials and even the obstacles needed to set up different scenarios. The OPP have volunteers that help with their program.

Families are still encouraged to bring their own bikes, as the trained instructors will be able to help make suggestions to parents. For example if the child’s bike is not the right size, helmet doesn’t fit correctly, missing safety equipment, etc..


1. Straight Line Riding

2. Controlled Braking

3. Shoulder Checks

4. Hand Signals

5. Shoulder Checks with Hand Signals

6. Slow Speed Slalom

7. Emergency Braking

8. High Speed Cornering

9. Rollers and Balance Obstacles


1. Follow the Leader

2. Slowest Bicycle Race

3. Elimination

iFast Parties Inflatables

They will be bringing 4 bouncers. Each bouncer is geared to a different age group

Fairy Tale Face Painting

They were another huge hit last year and will be returning this year for the entire day. 4 hours of FREE face painting, airbrush tattoos, & glitter tattoos.

Bubbles Ice Cream

They are a new company to the event, but will be there to serve cold treats for purchase.

Wyoming Lion Club

They will becooking lunch again, for purchase.

FREE Drawstring Sports Bags

This year we will be handing out bag again. Last year they were a huge hit and everyone seemed to think the items inside were great. We handed out 130 of the 150 bags. Since then, the remaining bags have been given to cyclist within in Lambton County, who were spotted not using proper safety equipment. The bags included information handouts, a bike light, a mini first aid kit, a water bottle, mini flashlights, etc.. My goal for 2023 is to hand out 200 bags at the event! The first 200 kids to complete the New Hope Community Bikes safety course, will receive a bag.

Bike Draw

This year, with the help from our donors we will have 2 (possibly 3) bike draws. Each draw will be geared to different age categories. To receive a ballot, each participant must complete the Ride Smart Program.

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