Photo Gallery: Bike rodeo in Ross Township
The Ross Township Police Department helped children learn about bicycle and tricycle safety during a bike rodeo May 4 in the parking lot at North Hills Junior High School in Ross Township.
Ninety-four children participated.
Mechanics from Scholl's Bicycle Center in West View volunteered their time to inspect and repair the children's bikes.
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