As part of its advocacy for sustainable mobility, the Tour de France wants to engage children and their families. Learning how to ride a bicycle and follow traffic rules is the focus of the Ateliers du Tour, which are mainly intended for children and families. The Dictée du Tour also brings children right into the heart of the greatest cycling race on Earth.
Tour de France workshops
Tour de France workshops are situated in 9 towns located at the start and finish.
- proposing bicycle repair workshops
- safety advice
- learn-to-ride sessions
All places and schedules of the Tour de France workshops
Dictée du Tour
10 000 children participated in 2018 and 41 municipalities were involved. View all the photos of the Dictée du Tour Dictation here.
Bike’n Youth I Le Tour de France for Qhubeka
12 million of the 16 million schoolchildren in South Africa walk to school. 500 000 of them walk more than 2 hours each way.
Qhubeka is a Nguni word that means “to progress”, “to move forward”.
Qhubeka is a charity that moves people forward with bicycles. People earn bicycles through our programmes, improving their access to schools, clinics and jobs.
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