Public Event: MountainView Hospital Celebrates Bike Safety with Community Bike Rodeo

What: Kids – grab your parents and join MountainView Hospital, in partnership with Land Rover Jaguar Las Vegas, for a family-fun, kid-friendly Bike Rodeo!

This FREE event that will feature a kid’s bike course, bike safety checks, bike helmet giveaway, BMX demonstrations by Ricardo Laguna, bike routes from the bike maps, giveaways, free bike raffle and more!

When: Saturday, May 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where: MountainView Hospital
Northwest Parking Lot (corner of Cheyenne & Tenaya)
3100 N. Tenaya Way, Las Vegas, NV 89128

Who: Brought to you by MountainView Hospital, in partnership with:

Las Vegas Jaguar and Land Rover
Ricardo Laguna
Nevada Highway Patrol
Safe Routes to School (CCSD)
Clark County School Police
Care Now Urgent Care
Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada -

More Space, Keep it Safe Nevada

Zero Teen Fatalities

AMR - MedicWest Ambulance

HCA Healthcare 50 Years, 1968-2018

Armed Forces, Chamber of Commerce

Studies show that less than half of Americans who ride bicycles wear helmets. A national survey conducted in 2001-2003 found that only 48 percent of children ages 5-14 years wore bicycle helmets when riding. Further, older children were less likely to wear helmets than younger children, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

The CDC reports that in 2010 in the U.S., 800 bicyclists were killed and an estimated 515,000 sustained bicycle-related injuries that required emergency department care. Roughly half of these cyclists were children and adolescents under the age of 20. Annually, 26,000 of these bicycle-related injuries to children and adolescents are traumatic brain injuries treated in emergency departments.

Our goal is to get a bike helmet into the hands of anyone who needs one to reduce bike injuries and deaths.



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