The annual Bike Rodeo is returning to Fort Saskatchewan.

On June 4 at the Taurus Field parking lot, local members of municipal enforcement will be providing helmet fittings, bike tune-ups, and even an obstacle course for the young cyclists of Fort Saskatchewan.

"We try to make sure we do it at least once a year," said Richard Pratch with municipal enforcement. "Last year I think we had 60 kids show up with their parents."

This year, municipal enforcement is hoping to bring that turnout up to around 100 kids.

"We want to make sure that everybody who rides a bike obeys the rules of the road," stated Pratch. "Unfortunately, most people riding a bike don't realize that the vehicle pulling up next to them might not be able to see them because of a blind spot, so a lot of it is just making sure we get that awareness out there, especially to our younger riders."

"We try to ensure safety."

The event goes on from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and will feature a barbecue on site.