Bike Rodeos

The Iowa Safe Routes to School Program is committed to helping your communities and schools in building safer environments for your children. Regular exercise has been found to have a positive impact on cognitive function, attention span, and memory retention. We’re here to help teach your children to become safer bicyclists and teach you how to hold a fun and educational bike rodeo. Are you eager to organize a bike or pedestrian rodeo, but unsure where to start? Our Bike Rodeo Toolkit is your ultimate guide, with 24 information-packed pages and an additional 36 pages of useful templates. It contains step-by-step instructions to help you plan, organize, and execute a successful bike rodeo that engages and educates participants on essential cycling safety skills.

The toolkit covers everything from station setups and volunteer coordination to promoting the event and partnering with local organizations. With comprehensive how-to guides for each station and detailed checklists, you’ll have all the resources you need to make your bike rodeo a hit!

To access the Bike Rodeo Toolkit, simply fill out the form on this page. For additional insights, ideas, and guidance on hosting a memorable bike rodeo, feel free to reach out to us at We’re here to support your efforts in promoting safe and enjoyable cycling experiences for children in your community. 

If you’re interested in conducting your own bicycle or pedestrian rodeo but not quite sure how to do it… fill out the form and get access to our Bike Rodeo Toolkit. It has everything you need to successfully coordinate and execute your own bike rodeo.

Contact us for more information, ideas, and tips on how to host your bike rodeo.

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