2012 Grad Class Challenge
Want to win $200 for your Dry Grad?
Enter the 2012 Bike to Work and School Week Challenge and your school’s graduating class could win $200 towards your graduation celebration
Bike to Work and School Week is challenge that encourages and supports commuter cycling. This year the 4th annual event in Prince George, and we have many events planned throughout the week and beyond to make it fun, visible, and successful for everyone - from cycling pros to brand new riders!
This year we’ve added an extra challenge to Grade 12 highschool student. The Grad Class with highest proportion of students who cycle to school from May 28th – June 3rd will win $200 towards their Dry Grad celebrations.
4 Easy Steps to Participate:
1. Elect a Team Leader
This person will register your team and track your results
2. Register online
3. Track your participation
Use our log book to calculate your team’s participation rate
4. Submit your results
The Grade 12 class with the highest participation rate will win $200 towards their Dry Grad celebrations
2012 Bike Rodeo Program
The Prince George Brain Injured Group has partnered with the Prince George Cycling Club to provide Bike Rodeos to schools and youth groups across the city.
If you are interested in hosting a Bike Rodeo prior to May 28th, 2012, please contact the PG Brain Injured Group to enroll in the Bike to Work and School Week Program.
As part of this program, the $38-$50/hr fee for hosting a Bike Rodeo will be waived if your group registers to participate in the 2012 Bike to Work and School Week challenge.
Book now as spots are filling up quickly:
What is a Bike Rodeo?
A Bike Rodeo is a 1 hour activity that teaches essential cycling skills sessions to large groups of elementary or middle school-aged children in. A Bike Rodeo emphasizes basic bike skills, safe equipment and fun! Children learn how to inspect their bicycle, fit their helmet, and ride their bike according to the rules of the road.
PG Brian Injured Group also offers ‘train-the-trainer’ sessions to grade 7 students so schools may continue to host Bike Rodeos independently – a great leadership and peer support activity!
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