Love cycling and want to give something back to the community?

A short while ago several CSH members expressed interest in the Cycle Without Age (CWA) initiative that recently started in Brighton. Simply put it involves the use of a rickshaw, ridden by a volunteer, to take elderly people out in the fresh air. The concept started in Copenhagen, Denmark, and is taking off around the world. More information can be found by clicking on the attached link.

Peter Tattam has asked if any Cycle Seahaven members, or anyone, would be interested in starting a new Seaford ‘chapter’. If you are interested or able to help in any way (not necessarily as a rider) please contact Pete using the form below. Your response will also go to the Cycle Seahaven committee so we can help coordinate and support any future project.

Let us know your interest in Cycling Without Age

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2 replies
  1. Andy Lock
    Andy Lock says:

    These are usually based on e-bikes, so are a lot easier to propel than an standard rickshaw.
    Count me in as a volunteer pilot.

  2. Jon
    Jon says:

    I think this is a great idea but probably not during the winter months, Im not sure a ride into the cold wind would be nice for an elderly person! Count me in though.

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