- Coffee friends
- Chapters with trishaws
- New chapters fundraising for trishaws
- Trishaw mechanics
About the West Australian Chapters
Western Australia has many idyllic regions with the perfect climate and lifestyle for creating the “right to wind in your hair.” Several committed Affiliates have come together with the vision to support and promote Cycling Without Age throughout Western Australia.
By working together, we can not only bring more trishaw bikes to the road, but also develop a strong, caring network that creates opportunities which allow the elderly to feel included in their community.
In line with the state government’s latest lockdown requirements Perth and Rockingham rides will not be available until restrictions are relaxed.
Cycling Without Age is all about social inclusivity for those who are elderly or with disabilities. 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! 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. We are currently not providing a blanket in the cooler months, so suggest you also bringing a jacket and beanie /scarf if they feel the cold, or a wide brimmed hat in the warmer months.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for booking enquiries.
West Australian Chapters
Regular Ride Locations:
Fremantle: Mondays 9-12 at South Beach (near South Beach Cafe).
Melville: Tuesdays 9:30-12:30 at Point Walter (near Walter’s Cafe).
Canning: Fridays 9-12 at Kent Street Weir (next to Canning River Cafe).
Other times and locations by appointment.