We have been trying to discern if registration for 6-12 year olds for MoBo’s Kids Day has started. We encourage you to share any information you may have about this year’s Kids Day at MoBo.
Jheri Neri is coordinating this year’s program. He can be contacted for information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve had to push back the start of Kids Day. We had planned to open the Kids Day season on 6/2/14 but the Kids Day Team has not yet completed the registration of participants. However, that is about to be quickly turned around.
The Kids Day Coordinator will be registering participants Friday the 6th through Sunday the 8th at Northside’s McKie Community Center. For specific details, please contact the MoBo Kids Day Coordinator, Jheri Neri.
This Sunday, June 8th at 5:30pm, at MoBo’s General Meeting, the Kids Day Team will be invited to provide a report and update on this year’s program. If you want to participate or just find out how things are developing, this would be your opportunity.
Registration for MoBo’s 2014 Kids Day is at SPUN Bicycles, 4122 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati. As soon as the Kids Day Coordinator brings the registration forms to MoBo, registration will also be possible during our regular open hours. Watch MoBo on facebook for the most up-to-date news and for a heads up on any schedule changes.
Questions about the Kids Day program for the 6-12 year olds should be addressed to the Kids Day Coordinator, Jheri Neri.
MoBo is officially registered to ride in the 2014 Cincinnati Pride Parade and you are invited to ride with us! If you are a member, think you might like to be a member, or if you just like riding bikes in parades, here’s your chance! Even if you are just a little bike curious, don’t miss this opportunity!
It all happens on Saturday, May 31, 2014. The staging area is downtown at 7th St & Culvert St. We meet at 1 pm and the parade starts at 2 pm. Just look for the MoBo banner. (Note to self: don’t forget to bring the MoBo banner!)
Official parade information is available at the Cincinnati Pride web site. The latest MoBo updates will be posted to our facebook account. See you there!
MoBo has entered into partnerships to support two (that’s right, two!) kids programs for Summer 2014. Here are some details:
MoBo has partnered with Queen City Bike and Rails to Trails to provide a seven week program for 13-17 year olds. The program will be held at locations along and near the Mill Creek Greenway Trail including some sessions at MoBo’s home base. The program is funded by a grant coordinated by Queen City Bike. For more information about this limited enrollment 13-17 program, contact Nern Ostendorf of Queen City Bike.
In addition, MoBo has accepted a proposal for a Kids Day bike program to be held at MoBo on Monday nights beginning in June and running through August. This program will address the needs of 6-12 year olds and will cover basic maintenance and safety issues. A grant from the Northside Community Council will provide helmets and lights for the kids enrolled in the program. For more details and to find out how to enroll, contact Jheri Neri.
More details coming soon!