NZ Prime Minister John Key, Launch of Bikes in Schools, 2010
Sarah Ulmer, Olympic gold medalist, Endorsement of Bikes in Schools, 2010
Nigel Latta, Psychologist, media interview, 2012
In 1990, New Zealand primary school children were biking an average of 28 minutes per week. Today it is less than 5 minutes per week - with many children not getting to ride a bike at all.
We believe the best and most cost effective way to reverse this is by helping schools implement the Bikes in Schools package of bikes, helmets, tracks, bike storage and cycle skills training, all within the school.
The documented outcomes of all this bike riding are simple - increased health, fitness, skills, safety, confidence and self-esteem.
Working with supportive funders, engaged partners, and proactive schools, we plan to enable even more NZ children to experience the benefits of regularly riding a bike at school.