May 2nd Launch of Cycling Without Age Program in Manitoba

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) and Riverview Health Centre Foundation cordially invite you to join them for the launch of Manitoba’s first chapter of Cycling Without Age (CWA).

Tuesday, May 2nd at 10:30 a.m.

at Riverview Health Centre
One Morley Avenue

First established in Denmark, the CWA program allows individuals with mobility challenges and individuals who are blind or partially sighted to enjoy life on a bike once again. These bikes will continue to support CNIB’s focus to empower Canadians who are blind or partially sighted to lead rich, full lives, and move us toward a more inclusive world.

They will also support Riverview Health Centre to maximize the quality of life opportunities for its residents.

You are invited to not only see the specialized bike in action but to meet the CWA Founder, Ole Kassow, and learn the history of Cycling Without Age.

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