Great coverage in the Irish Times of Cyclist.ie’s «Get to School on your own Fuel» campaign – the simple, yet sadly radical, idea of getting to school on foot or by bike (or scooter or skate board)… and checking out routes in advance of the schools opening. Well done to Allison Roberts in Clon Bike Fest, Caitríona in Kilkenny and Alan in Galway on their contributions to the IT article and local work.
«During the coronavirus lockdown, many children and adults rediscovered the pleasure of cycling. As the school year begins, cycling campaigners are working hard to get children cycling to school in spite of the often poor cycling infrastructure and traffic congestion in towns and cities across Ireland.»
Read the whole article here: https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/health-family/fitness/communities-working-against-the-odds-to-get-children-cycling-to-school-1.4340236?fbclid=IwAR2nCl9X4Q-UYlWTOHTyTwlRGTPYyC6cuUB3TxDQNNx6LXytFsXNOTNEVlI