Volunteer pilots take local elders and care homes residents out on ‘trishaw’ cycle rides to feel the wind in their hair. Bringing generations closer together using special trishaws (three-wheel cycles with a passenger cab out front). They have electrical power assist, so no need to be super-sporty to be a volunteer cycle pilot. Rides are comfortable, fun and free.
They enable people to experience the city and nature close-up from the bicycle. There’s opportunity to regain social connection and for people to tell their story in the environment where they have lived their lives. Their work builds bridges between generations and reinforces trust, respect and the social glue of our society.
Cycle pilots and passengers alike enjoy the physical and emotional well-being benefits.
The joy of riding in the trishaw cab stimulates spirits to fly and stories to flow!
To find out more visit https://cyclingwithoutage.org.uk/