Every week we offer free rides at scenic locations in the Perth metropolitan area for older adults and people with disabilities who cannot ride for themselves, connecting them with their community and the environment.
|Mondays||South Beach, Fremantle|
|Tuesdays||Point Walter, Bicton|
|Fridays||Kent Street Weir, Cannington|
|1st Fridays||Lake Monger, Wembley|
|2nd Fridays||Lake Claremont, Claremont|
|4th Fridays||Quinns Beach, Mindarie|
We can arrange for your group to have exclusive rides on Cycling Without Age trishaws at a location of your choosing. We can provide rides at one-off events for a cost recovery charge of $350. Please email us for more details.
There are many volunteer roles required to run a chapter; from being the Pilot (rider) to the Ride Coordinator through to general admin duties and social media management, all are valued. Should you wish to find out more, please email volunteering or simply register on our Volunteer Management System.
Operating a Cycling Without Age chapter in Perth does cost money. Our primary expense is the purchase of trishaws and we can never have enough trishaws to better support our community.
Cycling Without Age Australia is a registered charity and welcomes donations (tax deductible). You can donate to the Perth chapter online here
Why not donate your recyclable cans and bottles to Cycling Without Age? Our Containers for Change Scheme ID is C10298504.
We can arrange regular rides exclusively for your clients at your facility or a location of your choosing on a regular basis through a sponsorship package. Contact our Account Manager if you are interested in making an arrangement of this kind.
Cafes that offer free drinks to passengers and volunteers are known as “Coffee Friends” and qualify for a promotional sticker.
Contact In kind support if you are interested in making a donation in kind.
Where we operate
- Coffee friends
- Chapters with trishaws
- Trishaw mechanics