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Bringing Bikes to Schools

We are excited to continue our mission of getting bikes in schools across Missouri!

Bicycles in PE class are proven to increase engagement in students, fight childhood obesity, and promote many more lifelong skills.

With the help of the community and our generous supporters, we have equipped 26 schools with the All Kids Bike Program! With your continuous support, we will further this initiative with many more schools in the near future. 

Think your school would be interested in getting bikes in PE class?

Fill out our All Kids Bike Form!

We are always looking for new opportunities to provide schools with the tools they need to promote physical fitness and healthy habits among their students.  Click the button below to learn more about our fundraising efforts and how you can help too!

Schools we have impacted: 

Our Lady Catholic School- Festus, MO

Clyde Hamrick Elementary- Imperial, MO

Kingston Primary- Cadet, MO

Plattin Primary- Festus, MO

Maple Grove Elementary- Dittmer, MO

Vineland Elementary- DeSoto, MO

Cedar Springs Elementary- Cedar Springs, MO

Athena Elementary- DeSoto, MO

Crystal City Elementary- Crystal City, MO

Grandview Elementary- Hillsboro, MO

Festus Elementary- Festus, MO

Rockport Heights Elementary- Arnold, MO

Good Shepherd Catholic School- Hillsboro, MO

Pevely Elementary- Herculaneum, MO

James E. Freer Elementary- Barnhart, MO

Long Elementary- St. Louis, MO

Windsor Elementary- Imperial, MO

Ballwin Elementary- Ballwin, MO

Dressel Elementary- St. Louis, MO

Sunrise Elementary- DeSoto, MO

House Springs Elementary- House Springs, MO

Sherwood Elementary- Arnold, MO

Brennan Woods Elementary- High Ridge, MO

St. Clair Elementary- St. Clair, MO

St. Joseph Catholic School- Imperial, MO

Hillsboro Primary- Hillsboro, MO  

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Schools in need of funding...

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The schools below have partnered up with us and are patiently awaiting funding for the program.

The program costs $9,000 per school. 

This includes:

  • 24 Strider Balance Bikes

  • 24 Helmets

  • 1 Teacher Bike

  • 25 Pedal Conversion Kits 

  • 2 Metal Rolling Bike Storage Racks

  • Training for Teacher

  • Curriculum for Teacher

  • 5 year support

Click on a school to donate to their fundraising page!

 If a school does not have one yet and you want to donate to them specifically, click HERE, pick the All Kids Bike tab, and make sure you leave a note stating which school you are donating towards. 

St. John's Lutheran School- Arnold, M0

Meramec Heights Elementary- Arnold, MO

Christian Outreach School- Hillsboro, MO

St. Rose of Lima De Soto- De Soto, MO

St. Paul Catholic School- Fenton, MO

Heritage Primary- Wentzville, MO

St. Agnes Elementary- Bloomsdale, MO

Aspire Academy- St. Louis, MO

Kehrs Mill Elementary- Chesterfield, MO

Sappington Elementary School- St. Louis, MO

Grace Chapel Lutheran School- St. Louis, MO

Bierbaum Elementary School- St. Louis, MO

Peabody Elementary- St. Louis, MO

Steelville Elementary- Steelville, MO

Ridge Meadows Elementary- Ellisville, MO

Geggie Elementary- Eureka, MO

Williams Academy- St. Louis, MO

Fairway Elementary- Wildwood, MO

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We are proud to partner with All Kids Bike to bring bicycles to kindergarten and first grade PE classes. All Kids Bike has helped 220 schools get a bicycle program, and have impacted nearly 200,000 kids across the country. 

Interested in bringing bikes to your school?
Click the link below to submit your interest!

Resources and Research

Click here for All Kids Bike Resources

“Children who begin biking or walking to school at an early age (Grade 1+) are more likely to stay a healthy weight during their early school years.”

 

Pabayo, R., et al., 2009 – Sustained Active Transportation is associated with a favorable body mass index trajectory across the early school years: Findings from the Quebec Longitudinal Study of Child Development birth cohort, 54,The more traffic surrounding a child’s home, the more likely they are to be overweight or obese.

The All Kids Bike panel, “The Physiology of Early Childhood Biking” discusses the physical development of toddlers and kindergarteners, including balance and muscle strength. It also examines how exercise improves children’s health, including cardiovascular, motor skills, coordination, weight management, skeletal development, and the immune system.

 

VIEW: All Kids Bike Health and Education Symposium- Physiology of Early Childhood Biking. https://www.allkidsbike.org/video-symposium/

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