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Bicycle Rodeo
The Bike Rodeo 2016 was a blast! Check out the highlight video.

The annual Bike Rodeo is sponsored by the Pflugerville Police Department and hosted each April.

The rodeo returns Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 9am to 1pm.

The event offers: 
  • Bicycle Registration
  • Safety Instructions
  • Riding Instructions and 8 different challenges
  • Police, Fire and EMS demonstrations all day
  • Child ID's
  • Displays by Central Texas Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Pflugerville Fire onsite with truck
Officer directing bike rodeo participants
Pflugerville High School Parking Lot
1301 W. Pecan

Congratulations to this year's winners and participants in the Pflugerville Bike Rodeo competition
The Pflugerville Bike Rodeo was held on April 2,2016 at Pflugerville High School parking lot and featured eight obstacles for children to ride while learning about safety and responsibility of bike operation. There were 150 attendees who learned bicycle safety and learned about child IDs and bike registration programs. 

“We are of the opinion that success is measured in the absence of serious injuries pertaining to bicycle related accidents in our community,” Cpl. Dan Griffith said.

Thank you to the following sponsors: HEB, Gaddy’s Feed, Premier Cyclery, BSA Troop 4277, VFW Post 8787, Pflugerville Rotary Club, Pflugerville Fire Dept., Pct. 2 Constables Office, Citizen Police Academy Alumni Assoc., Nationwide Insurance,Ty Bement BMX Shows. 

Winners by age: 
Bes-  brookhollow;  Ces- Caldwell; Rles- Rowe lane ; Res- Riojas; Shes- spring hill; Tes - Timmerman ; Wps- Windermere primary

Kindergarten  
1.   RLES
2.   WPS
3.   MES

First Grade
1.   RES
2.   RES
3.   WPS

Second Grade
1.   RLES
2.   RES
3.   SHES

Third Grade
1.   CES
2.   PES
3.   HPES

Fourth Grade
1.   BES
2.   TES
3.   MES

Fifth Grade
1.   SHES
2.   SHES
3.   SHES

For more information, call the crime prevention unit at 512-670-5514.