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Two older people on a tri-shaw bicycle near the river with a volunteer pilot

About Cycling Without Age

Cycling Without Age is an international community initiative which provides the elderly, and less abled, the opportunity to remain active in their community by being taken out on purpose-built trishaw eBikes, piloted by trained volunteers. We encourage ageing in a positive context, using cycling as a means to promote interaction with local community members and their environment. It also promotes active citizenship across all ages by facilitating volunteering participation & social inclusion.

Project Details

  • Budget: $19,996
  • Location: Point Walter
  • Community Benefit: Cycling Without Age programs have already been demonstrated to improve physical & mental health of both passengers & pilots, promotes social inclusion, values our elderly & connection to environment.
  • Who can be involved: We are all about inclusivity and our programs are free and open to the elderly and others who have mobility restrictions, plus their carers and family. We advocate for intergenerational connections.
  • Find out more: Visit the Cycling Without Age Western Australia website to find out more about the project and to get involved as a volunteer.

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