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SPOKES is a Bike Safety and Maintenance Program for 5th & 6th graders who live in Redwood City. This program is a collaborative effort between the Redwood City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department and Redwood City 2020. The primary goal of the program is to teach students bicycle safety and basic bicycle maintenance & repair.
Participants encounter a variety of challenges affecting their ability to cycle to school; issues ranging from economic hardship to gang activity. Many of the families that we serve in our community are also new to this area and even this country, with limited opportunities to learn about safety rules and norms. Recognizing the need for a program that could help tackle those issues, the SPOKES Bicycle Safety and Maintenance program was developed.
2018-2019 Program information
2018-2019 SPOKES programming will be offered through our REACH After School program and Sandpiper Youth Club. SPOKES is open to 5th & 6th graders who participate in the above after school programs.
Due to grant funding requirements, attendance is mandatory and participants must be present for entire class.
The SPOKES Program, in partnership with Redwood City 2020, has been awarded a grant by the San Mateo County Safe Routes to School Program to cover the majority of program costs for this upcoming school year!
The Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department would also like to give special recognition to SIMS Metal and the Seaport Industrial Association. Their generous financial support will cover the funding gap that will enable us to provide SPOKES through the Selby Lane & John Gill REACH After School Programs and allow us to add additional Youth Health and Wellness classes to be held at the Red Morton Youth Center.
For more information on how you can support SPOKES, please contact 650.780.7335.