Cycling charity receives trailer from Axentis Michael Charitable Trust

PUBLISHED: 21:00 14 July 2016

The Age-2-Age cyclists.

The Age-2-Age cyclists.

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A cycling charity has received a trailer to help it expand the number of bikes and visit more events.

Age-2-Age, based in Worle, runs clubs for disadvantaged children and provides cycling opportunities for disabled people.

The Axentis Michael Charitable Trust has provided it with the trailer.

Age-2-Age founder Lin Thomas said: “It enables us to take some of our bikes, both two-wheel and adapted, to different locations for our riders, giving them access to a much wider range of experiences.”


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