Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Bronx Lab School Kids Tackle Bike Trek

I've mentioned Adventure Cycling's Underground Railroad Bicycle Route in this blog several times. Next month, a group of students from the Bronx Lab School in New York City is going to cycle the Ohio leg of the route.

To find out more about their plans, or to help defray their expenses, check out their website.


susannahoh said...

How do I contact these kids? I wasn't able to find an e-mail in a quick perusal of their site. Since they will probably be visiting my museum, I'd like to help them make their trip the best possible. Though I've met a lot of cyclists riding the Adventure Cycling Association Underground Railroad route, there've been no young people participating so far.

Susannah, Ripley, OH

Anonymous said...

Contact Sonja Cropper at the Brown County Tourism office. You can also reach their tour leader at Chuck_Harmon@OCLC.ORG (recognize where he works?)Thanks so much for posting your comment!
Ginny Sullivan at Adventure Cycling

George said...


Because these kids are students, there are any number of privacy laws involved. I would suggest you contact Sarah Eustis, their teacher, at Bronx Lab School, 800 East Gunhill Road, 4th Floor, Bronx, NY 10467. If you contact me directly, I'll provide you with Sarah's e-mail.