CYCLING WITHOUT AGE FACTS
As of December 2021
- Invented in 2012 in Copenhagen
- Represented in 52 countries
- 2,700 chapter locations
- 3,700 trishaws
- 35,000 trained cycle pilots
- Over 2.5 million rides and over 575,000 people served
- Oldest pilot is 90 (Jørgen Hass, Denmark)
- Oldest passenger Pauline Angleman, 110 from California (sharply followed by youngster Edith Green, 108, from Bournemouth)
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.
Grants available to federally-funded nursing facilities in Massachusetts
Did you get a call from us regarding the CMP grant in Massachusetts? We would love to include you in our grant application. Please head over to the grant page and register your interest now or connect with our Grants Director Pernille Bussone.
Did you watch Cycling Without Age on PBS?
Find out how Cycling Without Age and food adventures go hand i hand on the PBS program “The Food Principle” with Jim Kane airing throughout the United States.
Cycling Without Age is following the situation very carefully. Our beneficiaries, older adults, are vulnerable people for whom the consequences of contracting coronavirus is potentially severe.
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