Bicycle Safety Week is a week-long event for communities across the province of Saskatchewan to participate in promoting bicycle safety for children and youth. The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute encourages and supports the participation of local groups and individuals in the activities of Bicycle Safety Week.
Participation can be as simple as distributing safety information in your community, to organizing one or more events and activities such as a safety fair, a presentation from your local RCMP, or a bike rodeo. How you participate in Bicycle Safety Week is up to you. Every action and contribution is valuable to ensuring the health and safety of child cyclists. Bicycle Safety Week is an optimal time for communities in Saskatchewan to raise awareness of the multiple components of bicycle safety.
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute provides support to registered participants in ways such as: sample press releases and media promotion, activity guides, resource handouts, age-specific handouts for children and free giveaway items. As a registered participant you will receive materials, resources, and items not available by download.
We hope you will join us in helping to prevent bicycle-related injuries among Saskatchewan children. Please feel free to call the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute at 306-651-4300 if you have any questions.