One of my friends from work had brought her two kids along and they participated in the Bike Rodeo. I also helped fix some of the problems with my friend's kid's bike and also try to teach the kid how to ride a bike. Mr. Bob Chaplin, one of the LCI's had brought some extra kids' helmets and he was kind enough to give my friend's daughter one which fit her head much better than the one she had brought with her. Thanks, Bob!
A whole bunch of growed-up kids from Carrolton came by and they also rode the Bike Rodeo path for validation or something like that, though I personally think the kids showed more self-control :)
TS101 instructor, brought two adorable Penny Farthings. They apparently belonged to her grand kids. They were fine machines!
Gikma to the bike rack, just to play it safe.
Steve A at the event. He was making fine adjustments to his front derailleur and tested it by test driving his bike to Irving. It was good to see you Steve!
BikeDFW wrapped up the event around noon. This event was a really fun event and I was so happy that I could volunteer to do something fun and good.
After a quick stop at a really nice all vegetarian Indian buffet, Pakvan, on O'Connor near 183, I rode back to Valley Ranch. I think this joint is new and the food and the service was simply outstanding. I hope they keep up the good work.
The beautiful mustangs of downtown Irving!
Downtown Las Colinas and its beautiful canal!
I rode the Campion trail back home and met this rather deceptively fast friend on the trail!Peace :)