Youths will compete for prizes in a number of events with bicycles and scooters at Aldergrove Athletic Park on June 17.

Free Bike Jam fun returns to Aldergrove

Seventh annual Aldergrove Bike Jam set for Saturday, June 17, 12-3 p.m.

The Aldergrove Business Association and Cranky’s Bike Shop are co-hosting the seventh annual Aldergrove Bike Jam at Aldergrove Athletic Park on Saturday, June 17 from 12 noon to 3 p.m.

Come out for this great family event, featuring cool prizes, free food and beverages, and exciting bike and scooter action at all skill levels.

This year’s Bike Jam features more events for younger riders and an expanded BMX competition.

There will be Havoc pro rider demonstrations and two free draws. There wil be a free draw for a Norco Volt BMX, $499 value and a free draw for a Havoc Storm Oil Slick Scooter, $219 value.

Aldergrove Athletic Park is located at 29 Avenue and 267B Street, with free parking at the Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre and Aldergrove Secondary School.

Thanks go out to this year’s Bike Jam sponsors: Aldergrove Business Association, Aldergrove Credit Union, Aldergrove Alliance Church, Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club, Bonetti Meats, Cranky’s Bike Shop, Eze Rent-it Centre, Havoc Pro Scooters, J. Visser Art & Design, L.E. Steel, Otter Co-op, Rotary Club of Aldergrove, Township of Langley, Urbaneco Landscaping and Valcraft Printing & Packaging.

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