Benefitting The Tree House Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County, MD
Tour de Cookie 2024
May 4, 2024 | Rockville, MD
Rain Date: May 5, 2024 (In the event of rain on this day the event will unfortunately be canceled.)
Free Event For Kids Under 7
Montgomery County’s Sweetest Ride
What is The Tree House Tour de Cookie?
The Tree House Tour de Cookie is The Tree House’s annual non-competitive, family-friendly, fun-filled bike ride. Riders choose among two routes to ride, stopping at cookie stands to collect treats along the way. In addition to the ride, we host a free Bike Rodeo for children of all ages and a Family Expo, where a host of fun activities are available for our riders and non-riding attendees. Please do not forget, helmets are required. The event is designed to raise awareness of the issue of child abuse and the services provided by The Tree House Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County, MD, as well as raise funds for services provided to children and families impacted by abuse. It is our MAIN fundraiser. All proceeds benefit The Tree House, allowing us to better serve our clients.
All proceeds from the event benefit the Tree House which in turn serves the local community.
Routes designed for all ages and abilities, so you’re sure to have a great time!
FREE Bike Safety Rodeo
The 2024 Bike Rodeo event is brought to you by the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT). MCDOT hosts its annual Bike Rodeo events to educate kids on the importance of transportation safety through interactive events that inform students how to safely ride bikes and scooters in their community. And yes, scooters are welcome! Please remember helmets are required for this event.
Once everyone is set, the team will conduct a Course Walk-through Demonstration that teaches kids the proper way to signal drivers of your intended direction. Crosswalks, stop signs, cones and red lights will be a part of the Bike Rodeos course. Rodeo registration does not require an adult registration however children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. The Bike Rodeo does not allow children to be unaccompanied