Cycling Without Age Ireland

The right to wind in your hair

How to get involved

Time: This will be more time intensive at the start, particularly if you need to raise funding but approximately 4 hours a week should be sufficient.

Getting started with a Cycling Without Age chapter is an amazing experience. Nothing beats witnessing the joy of the elderly, pilots and nursing home staff 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.

5 Steps
Who?
Kathy Watts followed Cycling Without Age Ireland 21 days ago
Elaine Nolan followed Cycling Without Age Ireland 5 months ago
Elaine Nolan joined Evergreen St Joseph’s Centre a Cycling Without Age Ireland group 5 months ago
Yvonne Prendergast followed Cycling Without Age Ireland 12 months ago
Helen Martyn followed Cycling Without Age Ireland 12 months ago
Yvonne Prendergast joined Cycling Without Age Ireland Moate a Cycling Without Age Ireland group 12 months ago
Helen Martyn joined Nazareth is cycling without age a Cycling Without Age Ireland group 12 months ago
Clara Clark followed Cycling Without Age Ireland almost 2 years ago
Clara Clark followed Cycling Without Age Ireland almost 2 years ago
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