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Take the bikes to school

By Seymour Telegraph

The perfect excuse to get out in the great outdoors is coming this Friday.

Hundreds of schools across Australia are celebrating riding, walking, scooting and skating to school on Friday, March 22 as part of National Ride2School Day.

National Ride2School Day is held around the country in March every year and is a nationwide program delivered by Bicycle Network, designed to support schools to encourage, empower and enable more students to get physically active on their journey to school.

It provides an opportunity for students, parents and teachers to try riding, walking, skating or scooting to school as well as celebrating the regular walkers and riders and promoting health and wellbeing for young Australians.

For some students, it will be the first time they ride to school, for others it’s a chance to show their classmates the fun they have every day.

Registrations are still open to get your school involved in Ride2School Day. Visit ride2school.com.au for more information and registration packs.

For any questions email the organisers via [email protected]