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Scores of kids join Bike Safety Rodeo

A Great Bend Police Officer leads children on a bike ride through Brit Spaugh Park, Friday morning. Along the way, they would learn about bicycle safety and hand signals.

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There were free bicycles and helmets for children who attended Friday’s Great Bend Bicycle Safety Rodeo at Brit Spaugh Park.
As sponsors helped find a two wheeler that was just the right size for a 5-year-old boy named Devin, a family member helped sell him on a red bike by reminding him it was the same color as Spider-Man.
“Spider-Man!”, Devin agreed. “I know how to ride without no training wheels,” he added. “I’m going to ride my bike home.”
Actually, the next location for Devin and other children who received bicycles was to the shade tree a ...


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