Let us know if you're Pumped Up for cycling to school

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Let us know if you're Pumped Up for cycling to school

Lockdown has changed cycling habits for millions of families, with quieter roads helping people feel more comfortable getting out on the bikes with their children.

With schools now reopening, and public transport capacity still severely limited, councils and national governments across the UK are encouraging children to cycle to school, but we want to hear if parents really feel enough is being done to make this possible and, if not, what changes you'd like to see on your child's route to school. We also want to hear your own stories about how lockdown has changed your children's cycling habits, and if this will affect how they travel to school.

This simple survey will only take a few minutes, and there's a £30 Wiggle voucher up for grabs for one lucky participant. If you have more than one child of school age, you can complete the survey multiple times - once for each child.

Please share this survey with other parents to help us get as many respondents as possible, and to help us campaign for safer cycling to and from schools.

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