RoA meets COP23 – #cycle4thepeople at Fiji Zone

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We are really interested in how we can create urban spaces, which invite everybody – regardless of mobility constraints – to spend time in that space. We love the concept of “8-80 cities”. “We believe that if everything we do in our cities is great for an 8 year old and an 80 year old, then it will be great for all people.” (cited 8-80 cities)
During our session we want to discuss with you the basis of liveable, accessible and playful cities. We are part of a worldwide movement called Cycling Without Age. Our work builds bridges between generations and reinforces trust, respect and the social glue of our society. Our cycle pilots take local elders and care homes residents out on ‘trishaw’ cycle rides to feel the wind in their hair. We enable people to experience the city and nature close-up from the bicycle, to regain social connection and for people to tell their story in the environment where they have lived their lives.
Come and discuss with us and take a ride with our trishaw!