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Extreme show grabs attention

RJ Ride Guide has developed an ‘extreme educational mountain bike road safety educational show’, which sets out to capture primary and secondary school pupils’ attention.

The show is performed by Rich Johnson, a professional mountain biker and qualified instructor who has been involved in BMX racing and mountain biking for more than 20 years. In the show Rich covers safer cycling and cycle training, and promotes cycling as a form of transport.

The organisers describe the show as ‘an innovative way of informing and educating pupils through an extreme sport - the messages will remain with them for life, hopefully inspiring a new generation of cyclists’.

The day comprises two 60 minute shows, which can be delivered indoors or outdoors, for up to 450 pupils.

For more information contact Samantha Ray or visit

10 March 2008


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