Register – Bike Rodeo

Family Bike Rode Sponsored by Dream Bikes.

Every year there are countless injuries and deaths related to bicycle accidents. We at PathStone Corporation believe that it is important to contribute to the cycling safety of our community’s children. Bicycle rodeos are a means of raising community and parent awareness about bicycle-related injuries, for testing bike skills, for providing an opportunity for children to learn safe bicycle techniques, and for building support for proper use of safety equipment, especially helmets.

Rules of Participation

In order for your child to participate, the following is required:

  • Child must be between the age of 2 and 15.
  • Completed Registration form for each participating child.
  • Reviewed and Signed Waiver, Assumption of Risk, and Release of Claims Form for each participating child.
  • Child must have their own bicycle and helmet to participate.
  • Closed-toed sneakers or shoes that can be fastened MUST be worn to participate.
    • No Flip Flops or Sandals may be worn.
  • Please reinforce to your children that they may not participate without wearing helmets throughout the activity; NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE PERMITTED.

Upon request, you may obtain from PathStone Corporation or from the charities registry on the New York State Attorney General’s website a copy of the last financial report filed by the organization with the Attorney General.  Requests for this report may be sent to PathStone Corporation at 400 East Avenue, Rochester, New York 14607, Attn: Chief Financial Officer, or to the New York State Charities Bureau at 28 Liberty Street, New York, New York 10005.

You may also obtain from PathStone a description of the programs and activities for which PathStone has requested and has expended or will expend contributions.  You may also obtain information on charitable organizations such as PathStone from the Charities Bureau’s website (https://www.charitiesnys.com/) or by calling the New York State Attorney General’s office at (212) 416-8401.