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Bike Safety Rodeo Set June 5

OSWEGO, NY – The second annual Oswego City Bike Rodeo will be held June 5, from 5 – 8 p.m. at the open lot adjacent to the Oswego Eastside Fire Station.

From left are: Billie Crandall Brady, coordinator Oswego County Traffic Safety Board; OFD Deputy Chief Mark McManus;  Patricia Banta Levine, Tri Oswego Club; Firefighter Carl Emmons; Greg Mills, Ride Oswego Cycling  Club;  Oswego Police Department Officer Justin D’Elia. In front are bicyclists Parker Koproski, 8, and Bella Koproski, 10.
From left are: Billie Crandall Brady, coordinator Oswego County Traffic Safety Board; OFD Deputy Chief Mark McManus; Patricia Banta Levine, Tri Oswego Club; Firefighter Carl Emmons; Greg Mills, Ride Oswego Cycling Club; Oswego Police Department Officer Justin D’Elia. In front are bicyclists Parker Koproski, 8, and Bella Koproski, 10.

In the event of rain, the rodeo will move indoors to the Eastside Fire House.

Dominoes will be on hand with free pizza and Oswego Speedway drivers and their cars will be on display as well as local agencies.

Many like-minded safety advocates make this event possible.

Helmets will be available from grants by Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee, Lake City Police Club, Oswego Firefighters Association, Oswego City Bike Club and Tri Oswego Club.

Bicycles will be raffled off courtesy of Oswego Speedway and Chris Nelson State Farm Insurance.

Doyle’s Bike Shop, Fulton, will be assisting in bike repair and maintenance.

For more information, visit the Bike Rodeo event page on Facebook at Oswego City Firefighters.

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