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At tomorrow's AGM of the Bicycle Association of Great Britain details of an ambitious plan will be revealed. From a base of 50 000, the BAGB wants to get 1.2m kids cycling to school. The AGM is open to all suppliers, not just members.

BAGB aims to increase the number of kids cycling to school

The AGM starts at 10am and after a little bit of rubber-stamping will be finished by 10.30am.

There then follows a number of presentations, including the one concerning getting more kids cycling to school.

Those suppliers planning to attend – but who have yet to tell the BAGB – need to call Patricia Morris so enough food will be made available for the buffet lunch.

Tel: 02476 553 838.

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