Youngsters line up at Rotary Sports Park on Monday morning, May 28, as they get ready to take part in Bike Train - a group ride to Raft River Elementary School. Members of Clearwater RCMP later held a bike rodeo at the school as part of Bike to Work and School Week. Organizers said the participation in this year’s Bike Train appeared to be the best ever, with about 60 people taking part.

Taking their bikes to school

Bike Train goes from Rotary Sports Park to Raft River Elementary on Monday morning

Youngsters line up at Rotary Sports Park on Monday morning, May 28, as they get ready to take part in Bike Train – a group ride to Raft River Elementary School.

READ MORE: Bike train to school (June 2, 2016)

Members of Clearwater RCMP later held a bike rodeo at the school as part of Bike to Work and School Week.

Organizers said the participation in this year’s Bike Train appeared to be the best ever, with about 60 people taking part.



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