Most children in Australia ride&nbsp;bikes for fun but in Cambodia bikes are an essential form of transport for children to use to get to school. Rotary Club of Somerset&nbsp;has&nbsp;teamed up with a school in a small Cambodian village called Kampot to buy 100 bikes for children to ride. The bikes cost $50 each in Cambodia and Rotary club president, Ricky Charles and his wife Jill, are going to buy the bikes when they go to visit on&nbsp;June 5. Mr Charles said they went over to Cambodia to look at Hanna Guy’s clothing company, Dorsu Clothing, which was in the same village as the school. Ms Guy was from Burnie and now runs a clothing company employing 20 Cambodians to make clothes in fair working conditions. Mr Charles said the clothing helped the school and the headmaster told him they needed bikes for a lot of families. “Families over there just don’t have the transport. If we give the bikes to school children then their parents can use it too,” he said. “My wife and I going back to volunteer for a fortnight at the school. She is a&nbsp;former teacher’s aide and taught&nbsp;for 22 years at Burnie primary,” Mr Charles said. “We have already sold 73 so we are not doing too bad,” he said. Member of Rotary Club of Somerset&nbsp;Dennis Austin said Mr Charles wanted to fund&nbsp;a breakfast club for the school as well because&nbsp;a lot of children were going to school hungry. He said Mr Charles was also going to buy 2000 books in English and Khmer, which is Cambodia’s official language. “Rick has picked up on the heart and&nbsp;was further helping the school,” Mr Austin said. He said Hanna Guy left Burnie in her early 20s and decided to help the principal&nbsp;of the school to teach English. He said she eventually started her&nbsp;own clothing company which made about 2000 items of&nbsp; clothing per month and had worked almost voluntarily for many years. He said she aimed to equip village&nbsp;women with skills to teach them a better way of life and&nbsp;success. Mr Charles said a lot of people said&nbsp;Rotary should look after locals but Rotary was international. “We are a go-a-head club and are always after new members,” Mr Charles said. To buy a bike or make a donation to Rotary to help children in Cambodia, call Dennis Austin on 0419 628 783 or visit Rotary Club of Somerset Inc on Facebook.