Posted by Editoress on 07/14/20
Do you have a bike you no longer use? The Women's Cycling Network (WCN) has brought together 50 women who have bikes and have already learned to ride, and there are another 50 waiting for donated bikes so that they can learn to ride too. WCN was co-founded by Najia Zewari, leader of Women's Wellness Café, with help from Cycle Don Valley Midtown. The network is an inclusive group of nearly 100 women from the Thorncliffe Park and Flemingdon Park neighbourhoods and nearby communities. These women find freedom, empowerment and health benefits by riding a bike.
If you have a bike to give, read about the Women's Cycling Network #BikeMatch program and complete the form. Your bike will be matched with a woman from the waiting list and a contact-free donation arranged. Your idle bike will provide the welcome opportunity for one of these women to ride it!
You can also email WomensCyclingNetwork.GTA@gmail.com to arrange a donation. You can also use the form to get on the waiting list for a new bike.
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