From TEDxCopenhagenSalon, Ole Kassow on Cycling Without Age's initiative to get people to experience the city and nature by bicyle and rickshaw ... From RTÉ Radio 1's Morning Ireland… Invite: Join Changemakers United Online Summit, 20 May - mailchi.mp/c3523d0174d4/t… pic.twitter.com/N1oVUMlmWi, Lockdown an opportunity for system change? Co. Dublin: Eleven trishaws are operating in different parts of Dublin: in Santry, Raheny, Clontarf (2), South Circular Road, Shankill (2), Leopardstown, Cherry Orchard, Griffith Avenue, and Blackrock (our demo bike, ‘Daisy’). Coffee friends. Please see our map below for the key to newer/more established groups. Clontarf :Two community bikes, at St. Anthony’s Church, Clontarf, Dublin 3. Bellvilla Community Hospital, 129 South Circular Road, Dublin 8. England has a growing number of local chapters, many of which came about through the power of social media sharing. About the West Australian Chapters Western Australia has many idyllic regions with the perfect climate and lifestyle for creating the “right to wind in your hair.” Several committed Affiliates have come together with the vision to support and promote Cycling Without Age throughout Western Australia. We also have an open Facebook Group, Cycling Without Age – Ireland, Cycling Without Age – Ireland. Chapters with trishaws. Photograph Moya Nolan We begin the journey, and the story of Cycling Without Age, in Ireland: the first trishaw arrived in Blackrock, Dublin in March 2017, just in time for the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Parade. We have launched an affiliate model for communities, nursing homes and cities worldwide to become part of the movement. Update you on our progress with Cycling Without Age coming to Ireland. And one at Dungarvan Community Hospital and Dunabbey House. C ycling Without Age was founded in Copenhagen in 2012. It is the authorized global bike distributor for approved Cycling Without Age trishaws from Van Raam, Triobike, Nihola, and Christiania and works with high quality local bike shops worldwide to give buyers easy access to service and repair. Co. Wexford: Two bikes: At Cherry Grove Nursing Home, beside JFK Arboretum, New Ross. In the northern Victorian town of Kerang, Cycling Without Age (CWA) volunteers have been visiting the two local nursing homes to offer residents the joy and freedom that bike riding brings. We have a demonstration Trio bike trishaw at 17 Pine lawn, Newtownpark Avenue, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Cycling Without Age is a project conceived in Denmark, which enables older and disabled individuals with mobility impairment to continue to experience the joys of the outdoors. Cycling Without Age meets the CSR profile perfectly! The Academy works like a bootcamp, and offers technical and practical support. We love to experience the movement of Cycling Without Age spreading all over the world and always welcome more to join. Clara & Charles will continue to promote and explain the CWA concept until we get people to take up this brilliant initiative. It brings the young and elderly together, in the great outdoors, experiencing the joy of traveling by bike and feeling free. Cycling Without Age , www.cyclingwithoutage.ie is a Danish concept created in 2012 which offers to take residents of nursing and care homes out for spins on specially-designed rickshaw-type bicycles, giving them the experience of feeling the wind in their hair, touring their local neighbourhood and having a sense of freedom and fun. And one at Wexford Heritage Park. Cycling Without Age Launches In Ireland June 19, 2017 by admin Cycling without Age is a new voluntary initiative to bring nursing and care home residents for a cycle on a trishaw bike About HSE - Trishaw Project. The book “Stories from Cycling Without Age – Spreading Joy Around the World” is now published and we’re ready to take your order. Clonakilty, Co. Cork: This bike operates in the community, and is managed by Jack Kelleher and Tom O’Donovan of O’Donovan’s Hotel. Here at Cherry Orchard Hospital we are setting up a ‘trishaw project’ to promote and increase the community integration of our residents (see Cycling Without Age website for further details). We invite you to join a global conversation along with changemakers arou… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…, “We can structure society to create isolation or we can structure it to prevent isolation," says #AshokaFellow… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…, Kudos to our chapters @PedalarSemIdade in Lisbon and Porto, Helsingborg and many other places around the world for… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…. Cycling Without Age operates all around Australia. Wexford Co. Council bike, launched 13th June 2018. Cycling Without Age is based on generosity and kindness. It enriches and enhances lives, unlocks doors, enables older people to once again be an active part of their communities, once again to “feel the wind in their hair”, to rekindle old friendships and to make new ones and to rejoice in heart-warming stories. Clara Clark, Cycling Without Age Irish founder and pilot with passengers Charles Mollan (left) and John O’Keeffe taking a spin in their local park in Blackrock Co. Dublin. There are now trishaws at the following locations: Sybil Hill Nursing Home, Raheny. For other countries please go to http://cyclingwithoutage.org. Angela Hird is a CWA volunteer who pilots the bikes and her role is to make sure the experience is … We received this update from Clara Clarke. The Irish group hopes … It is less about volunteering in the traditional sense of the word – and more about active citizenship. St. Joseph’s Centre, Crinken Lane, Shankill, Co. Dublin have two Trio bikes. Each local chapter is run by volunteers with our guiding principles of generosity, slowness, storytelling, relationships and without age. - eepurl.com/g0nrRD pic.twitter.com/yZJ9cxWt8N, Lockdown an opportunity for system change? 766 likes. This bike was sponsored by the Transition Year 2018 students of Newtown School. Getting started with a Cycling Without Age chapter is an amazing experience. The first rickshaw bike arrived in Dublin on Monday, 13 th March 2017. Co. Waterford: Two bikes: one at Dungarvan Community Day Care Centre. Generosity permeates every single activity in Cycling Without Age … Tue, 13 Jun, 2017 - … Dublin. Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance. Cycling Without Age - Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland. It’s a simple act that everyone can do. We use it for pilot-training, to show to potential sponsors and care homes, to take to conferences, shows, summer parties and the like. Cork City: Cork County Council has a bike operating in a care home in Cork city. The book features 21 personal stories and more than 150 touching photos from Cycling Without Age chapters around the world. Bike sponsored by Waterford Sports Partnership, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford and Healthy Ireland. We thought you might like a brief update on our progress since we … We are talking to several other companies who have expressed similar interest. Bike sponsored by Zendesk. Cycling Without Age Clontarf brings people together,stimulates conversation and allows everyone to connect and to feel active once again. Cycling Without Age: Nursing home residents take a spin on trishaws Nursing home residents across the country could soon be able to enjoy bike rides on a trishaw. One in Drumsna Community Resource Centre, one in Manorhamilton, and one in Carrick-On-Shannon. Cycling Without Age Ireland won an award in 2017 from the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Academy! Pernille Vedersø Bussone Global Community Captain Copenhagen, Denmark +45 53 62 19 79 email@example.com It brings generations closer together by sharing experiences by bike and is now a feature in more than 1,000 care homes in … Co. Clare, Kilrush: At Kilrush Nursing Home, Co. Clare. 2.30pm, The People’s Park, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. Cherry Orchard Community Hospital, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10. We love to experience the movement of Cycling Without Age spreading all over the world and always … By 2020, this initiative has expanded into 50 countries, serving over 1.5 million people worldwide. Cycling Without Age (CWA) is a Nonprofit organization founded in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2012. Nothing beats witnessing the joy of the older or mobility-impaired people, the pilots and personnel interact on and around the trishaw and seeing the smiles of passengers coming back from their first ride with the wind in their hair, rosy cheeks and full of stories. Cycling Without Age Scotland now generates “miles of smiles” in every part of Scotland and its reach and impact are growing every day. Since then, we have been demonstrating it to nursing homes and sponsors and spreading the word, with great response. England and Wales have a growing number of local chapters as of August 2017, many of which came about through the power of social media sharing. We will be looking for local volunteers to support the project and become 'Trishaw Pilots'. Contact person: Colm O’Brien, firstname.lastname@example.org. Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance. Co. Leitrim: Three bikes, sponsored by Leitrim Sports Partnership with grant aid from Healthy Ireland. CYCLING WITHOUT AGE - A New Concept for Ireland. Getting started with a Cycling Without Age chapter is an amazing experience. “Cycling Without Age is a Danish concept, in which residents of nursing homes are taking out on cycling trips on trishaw bikes piloted by volunteers,” says Clara Clark, one of the founders of the Irish chapter of Cycling Without Age. Clara Clark, Cycling Without Age Irish founder and pilot with passengers Charles Mollan (left) and John O’Keeffe taking a spin in their local park in Blackrock Co. Dublin. Co. Sligo: Bike sponsored by Sligo Sports Partnership and Healthy Ireland. 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. Leopardstown Park Hospital, Dublin 18, sponsored by Ciaran O’Byrne. She applied to Social Entrepreneurs Ireland (SEI), which runs an Academy program, to help people with social enterprise ideas start their own businesses. Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance. Co. Louth: Three trishaws, one sponsored by Louth Council, and two by Dundalk Institute of Technology, with funding form Healthy Ireland. Welcome to the Cycling Without Age Ireland website. If you want to be a part of our team in any way, contact the respective community captain to get more information. Proceed to the affiliate page or if you have any questions, write us an email. We already have a wealth of experience in working with nursing home staff and management, city councils, other volunteer organisations, cyclists federations as well as great ideas of how to get the initiative off the ground and locals excited about it. Waterford City: At Killure Bridge Nursing Home. Cycling Without Age is a movement which was established in Denmark to help get elderly people back on bikes and non-exclusive licenses have now been granted to three Irish communities – Blackrock in Dublin, Clonakilty in Cork and Dublin City University This changed his life – and the lives of the passengers and the volunteers who came across Ole and his project, “Cycling Without Age”. New chapters fundraising for trishaws. St. Clare’s Nursing Home, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9: sponsored by Dublin City University. Cork City: St Luke’s Nursing Home, Mahon, Cork City bike is sponsored by PFH Technology, Cork. Photograph Moya Nolan. It starts with the obvious generous act of taking one or two elderly or less-abled people out on a bike ride. Cycling Without Age is not only about the elderly or less able, but it is also about the volunteers – the pilots. We begin the journey, and the story of Cycling Without Age, in Ireland: the first trishaw arrived in Blackrock, Dublin in March 2017, just in time for the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Co. Kerry, Killarney: supported by Killarney Cycling Club, bike will be at Killarney Community Hospital. Only through Copenhagen Cycles do customers receive a free livery package including a book and city stickers. TLC Care Centre, Santry: bike sponsored by Hidden Hearing. Clontarf :Two community bikes, at St. Anthony’s Church, Clontarf, Dublin 3.Contact person: Colm O’Brien, email@example.com. Co. Cork: Two bikes: At St. Luke’s Care Home, Mahon, Cork City, and one sponsored by Cork County Council. We are part of ‘Cycling Without Age’ a non-profit global initiative, founded in Copenhagen in 2012. Co. Louth: Three trishaws: at Moore Hall Living Care Home, Ardee, one at Drogheda & District Support 4 Older People, and one in Dundalk. Kilkenny City, Co. Kilkenny: Sponsored by Kilkenny Council. Ole decided to show up at his local nursing home with a rented rickshaw. If you would like to start a chapter of Cycling Without Age in your city or area, we would be delighted to help you get started. By working together, we can not only bring more trishaw […] To date (January 2019), six companies have sponsored CWA bikes in Ireland, donate them to the nursing/care home of their choice and send their staff as pilots as part of their CSR programmes. ‘Cycling Without Age’ is a member group of Cyclist.ie. There were 215 applicants last year, and Cycling Without Age got one of the fifteen places available. We were delighted to take up the invitation from the Dublin Cycling Campaign to participate in the Dublin St Patrick’s … Click on the individual chapter (community) below on the map or pictures to find contact details and other information about each chapter. There are now trishaws at the following locations: Sybil Hill Nursing Home, Raheny.Bike sponsored by Canada Life Re-Insurance. Cycling volunteers, using specially adapted front loaded rickshaws, take people on cycling tours from their … Search for a chapter close to you to get … Bike sponsored by Wexford Co. Council and Healthy Ireland.