As we are not allowed, and we must not, use our Yayacletas to give rides to elderly people due to the terrible pandemic we are enduring, we’ve just bought two black cases for our trishaws so that they keep clean and safe. We hope we can resume our rides early in 2021. We are looking […]
We’ve made a video with most of the Yayacleta rides in the last 15 months. Thanks to all the elders, pilots and volunteers who have made CWA Corella possible. Congratulations everybody!!!
By Olga Arellano Last Sunday, February 23rd, something really especial happened: four generations of women shared and enjoyed our Nanacycle or Yayacleta, the name we gave in Corella to our lovely tricycles. Lola, the granny, Olga, the daughter and pilot, Naiara, the granddaughter, and Layla, the grand-granddaughter, enjoyed a wonderful ride with our unique Yayacleta. […]
Cristina Gallo, Juan Luis Echarri and Toño Peña attended a CWA Spain meeting in Albacete this weekend, March 21-23. We explained the nuts and bolts of our Erasmus and, specifically, CWA Corella. Chapters from Basque Country, Cataluña, Alicante and Albacete participated in the meeting. Future chapters (Lorca, Valencia, Madrid…) attended the meeting too and, hopefully, […]
Jens Erik Larsen, Foreningen Frie Fugle The undersigned is a member of the Climate Group in Gribskov and together with the Cyclist Association in Gribskov and the municipality’s Center for Culture, Leisure and Tourism (sports and public education). We have now established Cycling Without Age at 4 care centers in Gribskov Municipality in North Zealand. […]
We’ve been interviewed again to tell the story of CWA Corella and «Sustainable Mobility, Sustainable Community» Erasmus project. Enjoy!:
It’s been a long wait but finally… our second trishaw is home. Luckily, it arrived in Corella when we needed it most –we had 25 new pilots on Friday and they all were looking forward to trying the trishaws on Saturday and Sunday. Overall, 15 new pilots have practiced with both trishaws this weekend. Perfect […]
Thirty people participated in the fifth training for CWA pilots., ten Erasmus students included. Ainhoa Arellano, director of Corella’s nursing home, explained the benefits of CWA for residents.
By Rita (DK), Uxue Muñoz, Carmen Gallo At nine o’clock we met at the nursery home (Nybodergarden Kronprinsessegade 61), where we split into two groups. Most of us were part of the second group and this is what we did. From 9:00 to 12:00 we biked to the zoo and had an hour to answer […]
The last couple of Wednesdays the six new Erasmus+ students from Randersgade Skole in Copenhagen has been training to ride rickshaws. The sessions took place at the retirement home Nybodergården where this optional activity is part of the weekly schedule for the elderly residents. It was the first time the six students tried to ride […]