Amy’s Care Launch new Trishaws.
Yes, its true! Amy’s Care trishaws have arrived. All the way from wonderful Copenhagen.
One trishaw has a bench seat for 2 people and the other is adapted to take a wheelchair, but can also have a seat in it. They both have colourful green hoods and raincovers so you won’t be able to avoid seeing us out and about.
To launch this exciting new venture we are holding an open day on Saturday 13th July from 1.30pm in Fitz Park, Keswick. We’ll be based outside the Crosthwaite room at Keswick Museum on station road ( right next to Cafe West). Everyone is invited to come along to find out more about this unique and innovative form of transport and to ‘tri’ out a trishaw in the park, either as a passenger or as a pilot.
And talking of pilots – WE NEED YOU! The trishaws are a superbly social way to enjoy your cycling and we are looking for volunteers to train as pilots to take people out for a spin. The bikes are electrically assisted, so you won’t need thighs like Chris Hoy, you just need to like cycling, enjoy chatting to people and have the odd hour to spare, here and there.
So that’s: Sat 13th, 1,30pm onwards in Fitz Park, Keswick. COME AND SEE US. ‘TRI’ A TRISHAW. BRING A FRIEND
Thanks to Cumbria Community Foundation, Alpkit, Lake District Community Fund, Baines Wilson, Keswick Rotary, Keswick Beer festival, Dobies and countless other donors and supporters for making this dream a reality.