Cycling Without Age is all about social inclusivity for those who are elderly or living with a disability.
The interaction of passengers, pilots and the community promotes inclusivity, reduces social isolation and makes the passengers feel valued. Nothing beats their smiles coming back from their ride with wind in their hair, rosy cheeks and full of shared stories.
Cycling Without Age rides are free and provided by the local community for the community.
Our trishaws 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! All passengers are safely secured with seatbelts and our trishaws are ridden by qualified volunteer pilots (cyclists) at a very slow speed so they can enjoy their surroundings and have a chat.
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