Allowing care home residents in Bristol to feel the wind in their hair. Clontarf :Two community bikes, at St. Anthony’s Church, Clontarf, Dublin 3.Contact person: Colm O’Brien, colmobrien777@gmail.com. England has a growing number of local chapters, many of which came about through the power of social media sharing. We break them free from social isolation. Ole wanted to help the elders get back on their bicycles, but he had to find a solution to their limited mobility. Follow @CWATrafford. Entries close at midday 10th December for Captain Manchester’s Magical Tombola Christmas Special. Grandchildren are welcome to join their grandparents too. See you there!… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…. Cycling Without Age operates all around Australia. We’re ready to take you out for a spin so please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you. Cycling Without Age is not only about the elderly or less able, but it is also about the volunteers – the pilots. Please support Cycling Without Age Trafford by making a donation for our fundraising campaign to keep our chapter running. The core idea of the initiative is that everybody – regardless of age and health – should be entitled to get ‘out and about’ on a bicycle and ‘feel the wind in their hair’. When founder Ole Kassow started the organization in 2012 he used an old rented, de-commissioned Christiania. Generosity: Cycling Without Age is based on generosity and kindness. Without Age. Cycling Without Age is a movement started in 2012 by Ole Kassow. Our beneficiaries, older adults, are vulnerable people for whom the consequences of contracting coronavirus is potentially severe. Our global website is co-sponsored by Zendesk Are you involved with a company or government organisation who is interested in community, social care and working with the elderly? Cycling without Age is an international movement started in 2012 by Ole Kassow in Copehagen. Elderly citizens have the right to wind in their hair. Cycling Without Age (CWA) is a Nonprofit organization founded in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2012. Nothing beats witnessing the joy of the elderly, pilots and personnel interact on and around the trishaw and seeing the smiles of passengers coming back from their first ride with wind in their hair, rosy cheeks and full of stories. And let them be part of society again and thereby renew their appetite for life itself. Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance. It is less about volunteering in the traditional sense of the word – and more about active citizenship. We are up and running in Urmston and Old Trafford but can cover other areas of Trafford and South Manchester. Cycling without Age is a citizen-initiated co-production initiative that started in Copenhagen in 2012. Cycling Without Age is a not-for-profit charity that provides a community service by connecting those no longer able to ride for themselves with their community and the outdoors by giving them free rides on trishaw ebikes, piloted by volunteer cyclists. Happy Christmas everyone! We now have two trishaws, one in Urmston and one in Old Trafford and a number of trained pilots in both areas. We – Cycling Without Age Bristol – aim to reach and improve the lives of elderly people making nursing homes a place of joy and continued mobility. Launching a chapter and crowdfunding a trishaw. There are now trishaws at the following locations: Sybil Hill Nursing Home, Raheny.Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance. We are able to take two passengers at a time with a maximum combined weight of 150kgs – if this is not suitable, we take single passengers too! twitter.com/LittleEcoT/sta…. Cycling Without Age is a nationwide initiative that offers free bike rides to local nursing home residents on a specially designed trishaw, tackling loneliness and isolation which occurs too often when senior citizens become confined to their own homes. Zeko Lite Theme by Anariel Design. It is aimed at anyone who would like to experience cycling from the comfort of a specially designed trishaw.