GREEN BAY - Not all the helmets being worn around Lambeau Tuesday were football helmets.
The Packers, Bellin Health and the Center for Childhood Safety hosted a bike safety rodeo.
Children had the chance to ride their bikes through a safety course provided by the De Pere and Green Bay Police Departments.
The first 500 children at the event also got free bike helmets.
Safety experts were on hand to check sizes and make adjustments if needed.
Officials say safety comes first.
"Bike safety is huge and especially in Brown County, we're very family-oriented community throughout Brown County and its good that we educate kids now that when you take your rollerblades, your scooters, your bikes out that you do have helmets on,” said Jedd Bradley, De Pere Police Department.
Officials say the event is also a great way to connect with the kids and build positive relationships.
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