Season Opener: Childhood Daze

(C) Cycling England 2008
A youthful feel to this season opener with a visit to Lockleaze Primary School in Bristol, one of an number of Sustrans ‘Bike It’ schools acros the country. Plus childhood memories from Paul Fournel, reading from Need for the Bike* in person at the Calder Bookshop. We get the inside scoop on the much-awaited Sturmey Archer S3X, three speed fixed gear hub, from SA’s General Manager Alan Clarke.

If you are a parent or teacher and want your school or your kids school to be a Bike It school, you can ask on the Sustrans website.

Image credit: Cycling England 2008

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*If you buy Need for the Bike by following the link (left), some of the money goes to Resonance FM!

  • Amelia Gage

    “Bike it School” seems to be an interesting concept. Too many of our youngsters are positively obese due to lack of exercise. Bikes will provide them a healthy physical along with lesser pollution.