Local Chinese daily Lianhe Wanbao about Cycling Without Age. Journalist Ong Zhen Yu describes his readers as the pioneer generation of Singapore, which is why they would relate to the stories of trishaw rides. We hope you like it too? See article here.
Singapore’s cutest volunteering opportunity ever: giving trishaw rides to the elderly
Once a humble mode of transport, trishaws are viewed primarily as tourist traps these days. Thanks to Cycling Without Age, however, they’re getting an image update. It encourages volunteers to take elderly members of their communities out on trishaw rides, helping them to get around and enjoy the simple pleasures of being in the great […]
TODAY – Taking the elderly out for a trishaw joyride
In this feature in Today, Ole Kassow says: “Coming out on the road and feeling the wind can unleash a quality of life that has been lost in so many people when they grow old”
ScandAsia – Cycling Without Age
Cycling Without Age is a Danish invention and the magazine ScandAsia was quick to pick up on the launch in Singapore
Expat Giving – Cycling Without Age
At Expat Giving they match expats with worthy causes for contributing to the local society, we are grateful for their support
Lifting spirits with a trishaw ride
Ageless online is a local magazine that writes about senior citizens, they too support Cycling Without Age
We love the trailer for the Cycling Without Age documentary
This is a trailer for the documentary by Michael Dorgan about Cycling Without Age. Expected release: December 2015.
Ole to visit our heartlands! – Cycling Without Age Singapore
Fantastic news! Our movements founder Ole Kassow will be coming to Singapore this week! He’ll be speaking at events, getting to know the beautiful city of Singapore, and of course hopping on the bicycle to see if we can spread more awareness for Cycling Without Age in Singapore! Here’s his itinerary, also make sure to […]
What’s in a name?
Cycling Without Age was founded in Denmark under the name Cykling uden alder. For generations the bicycle was the preferred mode of transport for people all over the world. In fact, most of today’s older generation grew up and were young adults in a time when cycling 25 kilometers or more to and from work […]
Cycling Without Age on TED
Every morning I go to work by bike, because I love cycling, and one morning I noticed an old man sitting on a bench in a sunny spot with his walking frame next to him. He sat there every single morning for the next two weeks. I could tell he liked to spend time outside, because he sported a nice tan, and always smiling.