Lydia Malmberg races to the end of the racing track during the Maple Valley Bike Safety Rodeo and Bike Challenge that took place on June 22 at Lake Wilderness Park.

Lydia Malmberg races to the end of the racing track during the Maple Valley Bike Safety Rodeo and Bike Challenge that took place on June 22 at Lake Wilderness Park.

Racing to the finish line

Police help kids practice bike safety

The Maple Valley Police Department hosted its annual Bike Safety Rodeo in conjunction with Maple Valley Parks and Recreation Department.

The event was hosted at Lake Wilderness Park on Saturday, June 22. Kids were invited to race around Lake Wilderness and learn about bike safety. After competing in the race, kids were invited to take their wheels over to the Maple Valley Police Department’s Bike Safety Rodeo.

Prizes were given to kids who participated in each event.

Ava Klemetsen finishes the race at the Maple Valley Bike Safety Rodeo and Bike Challenge that took place on June 22 at Lake Wilderness Park.

Ava Klemetsen finishes the race at the Maple Valley Bike Safety Rodeo and Bike Challenge that took place on June 22 at Lake Wilderness Park.

Ava Klemetsen finishes the race at the Maple Valley Bike Safety Rodeo and Bike Challenge that took place on June 22 at Lake Wilderness Park.

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