When I first joined The Bike Project, my life very quickly revolved around the project and around Pedal Power. So when the call was put out, welcoming applicants for the Trustees with lived experience, I wanted to apply immediately!

I’ve gone through every part of the bike project. Participant, volunteer, bike recipient, instructor – I know as much as possible what it is like for the average person going through the process.  I believe I will be able to share that experience with those on the Board.”

Written on: 25 Jun 2017 | Author: Muna Hussen


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