Tag: taxi

Riding is fun, for people of all abilities

In a small farming village in North Jutland, a wheel-chair bound pensioner is given back the joy of riding in the countryside. Skive Flokeblad reports: A very special bike means that 84-year-old Anna Sørensen  can, for the first time in a long time, go on a bike ride – despite

Time & Talents rolls out Cycling Without Age initiative

Originally published on Cargobike Life Following a generous donation from United Saint Saviour’s, a venerable charity based in Southwark and founded in 1541, Time & Talents kicked off an exciting initiative in October 2016, a chapter of Cycling Without Age in Rotherithe, with three cycle taxis. Cycling Without Age is

The story of Cycling Without Age

Oliver Broom tells in the Guardian the story of the founding of Cycling Without Age, which in a couple of years has grown to providing extremely beneficial cycle taxi outings to residents of more than 150 care homes. Thorkild Thim is a 97-year-old Copenhagener. He’s a former Royal Guard and

Christiania Taxis for OAPs

Five care homes in Copenhagen have purchased Christiania Taxis, for transporting elderly people on errands. It is an initiative organised by Ole Kassov’s “Cycling for all ages” project. Copenhagenize writes about a joint ride last week-end. All images by Sandra Hoj

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