Welcome to Cycling Without Age USA. Find more resources on our international website: cyclingwithoutage.com.
Are you in Wisconsin or Minnesota?
If you’re with a nursing home in Wisconsin or Minnesota and are interested in participating in the CMP Programs administered by Cycling Without Age, please click here.
Doesn’t everyone have the right to wind in their hair?
Find out how it all started in Copenhagen
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. After having heard several stories about the older generation missing the freedom, the joy and the mobility of cycling, Ole asked himself: “How can we get these people back on the bicycles?” Ole decided to show up at his local nursing home with a rented rickshaw. This changed his life – and the lives of the passengers and the volunteers who came across Ole and his project, “Cycling Without Age”.
- Coffee friends
- Chapters with trishaws
- New chapters fundraising for trishaws
Starting a chapter in your local community
If you would like to start a chapter of Cycling Without Age in your city, we would be delighted to help you get started.
Getting started with a Cycling Without Age chapter is an amazing experience. 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. We love to experience the movement of Cycling Without Age spreading all over the world and always welcome more to join.
We have launched a simple Affiliate model for communities, nursing homes, cities and individuals worldwide to become part of the movement. Proceed to the Affiliate page or if you have any questions, write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We already have a wealth of experience in working with nursing home staff and management, city councils, other volunteer organizations, cyclists federations as well as great ideas of how to get the initiative off the ground and locals excited about it.
Meet Fraser from Scotland
Watch the BBC video that went viral.