as a retired cycling prof teach i have had many a day where the child showed up in tears because mum/dad/that nice man next door never bothered to get round to getting the bike out the shed...i got so fed up with having to turn kids away i went and got a nice bmx for them to use...then i lost me job ...go figure.i do recall some groups coming round to do this sort of thing here but not much came of it.my biggest problem was finding helpers so the lessons could go ahead..
dont get me started on some of those points matey. completely agree. i teach bikeability too, and was told we couldn't supply bikes and helmets to the kids just in case they had an accident and the parents sue us.
not heard much positive stuff about norfolk's youth cycling policy tbh
98+ botm vote now!! go on whats the worse that can happen viewtopic.php?t=185298http://www.re-cycle.org/