Safe stops: Learning bike safety on Snoqualmie Ridge | Photo

  - Seth Truscott/Staff Photo
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Zach Hartman, 4, of Fall City, gets a lesson in stop signs from police officer Michel Bos during the Tanner Jeans Bike Safety Rodeo, held in June on Snoqualmie Ridge. Even grown ups need a reminder about stopping at the signs, Bos said.

The Tanner Jeans Memorial Foundation holds the rodeo annually to promote bicycle safety for children, as a legacy for 7-year-old Snoqualmie boy Tanner Jeans, who was killed in a bicycle accident June 23, 2003.

You can learn more about the bike safety rodeo and the Tanner Jeans Memorial Foundation here.


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