Cycling Without Age
Residents from Randolph Hill, Dunblane, enjoyed a joyful local cycle courtesy of Cycling Without Age.
Cycling Without Age was introduced in Scotland in 2017 and is fully supported by the Scottish Government. It is a movement which was started in 2012 in Denmark by Ole Kassow and Dorthe Pederson . Ole wanted to help the elderly get back onto their bicycles. He started offering free rides to the local nursing home residents and the rest is history. It started out with five trishaws and then from 2018 the movement has been launched in another fifty countries around the world.