Kid launches new cycling club with priceless note on Dublin lamppost
This note, written by a very young kid, has appeared on a Dublin lamppost setting out the routine and rules of her new cycling club.
Every once in a while a young rider comes along who simply thinks that bit bigger than the rest.
And the kid who stuck this note to a lamppost in south Dublin definitely falls into that category.
They’ve got it all; get up and go, a love for cycling, the will to be in charge but to be equal with it.
This is a leader of men and women if ever we saw one. At the very least, there’s some great initiative going on here.
Absolutely LOVE this very cute advert seen on a lamppost on Sundrive Ave, Dublin 12.
Only 5-10 year olds need apply! pic.twitter.com/jbGt79LXGi
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Known only as Tosia, this girl pinned a brilliant handwritten note to a lamppost in Crumlin looking for other kids to join her cycling club.
She sounds tough but fair. And while the new outfit sounds inclusive, there are rules. And there is also only one boss.
The routine sounds attractive to us: “We meet at 3.30pm. We spend 5 minutes waiting. After that we spend another 5 minutes exercising.
“We do 5 laps around a green then we stretch and go. We have picnics in my garden and we just talk about our club.”
Only 5 to 10 year olds need apply.
“I am the manager,” writes Tosia, “but we all have to be treated the same.”
We absolutely love this!