The Jelly Belly Cycling Team, one of 16 teams competing this week in the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, made a stop in Salt Lake City before the race, to teach the kids from Neighborhood House, about bicycle safety.
Neighborhood House provides day care and support services to children and adults, based on their ability to pay.
The kids were able to enjoy pizza and drinks as they listened to the team provide safety tips. The question and answer session was followed by a bicycle ride down by the Jordan River.
The Tour of Utah kicks off Monday August 1 at Zion Canyon Village, and ends Sunday, August 7 in Park City. The seven-day cycling event is free and open to the public.