High School Bike Bus

An awesome video about a bunch of awesome kids riding their bikes to school in Orlando, Florida. Created by Seidler Productions.

[via 1 girl + 2 wheels]

9 Responses to “High School Bike Bus”

  • Brian C says:

    These kids should see the Netherlands – we were blown away on Texel, when we had a whole high school (several hundred kids) cycle by us on an outing. The kids on the bikes are the norm there…

    Definitely a program that should be encouraged and rewarded…

  • John Lascurettes says:

    These kids are awesome. And way to model proper riding manners while also demanding their right to their space on the roadway.

  • Sharper says:

    I thought this was a double-post, but I couldn’t find it in the archives.

    Looks like the kids are still keeping it up, though. Good on ‘em!

  • G.E. says:

    I have to admit that watching this makes me a little emotional (in a good way). Why is it that these teenagers are able to see the health, the benefits, use their right to the road (without a busing it), and just enjoy something that most of the country here is unable to appreciate. Good for them! I hope they do keep it up and that others are supporting them in this club.

  • Madness says:

    This choked me up too. Bike Bus! Love it.

  • Bryon says:

    Great video! Great to hear them talk about responsible cycling, and using their right to the roadway. Bravo!

  • bongobike says:

    That is a great idea. Getting together at a rendezvous point and making it a group ride so they can travel more safely to school. Excellent!

  • Adam says:

    Way to go!

  • Robert says:

    How else should they get to school? You in the US have to reconsider the way you transport yourself. I bike with my 6-year old daughter to school every day (and my 2,5 year old son on the bike rack seat). They are not allowed to bike themself to school before they are 9 because of traffic. Police give them traffic lessons in school once every year.

    Robert in Sweden

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