Interested in borrowing an e-bike for two weeks? Join us to learn about our e-Trike research study for Seniors in Toronto.

You are invited to participate in a research study about your experiences using a cargo e-trike in your neighbourhood as an older adult. The purpose of the study is to understand the supports and challenges you experience using an e-trike in your neighbourhood. This research aims to bring similar micro-mobility solutions to older adults in this and other communities. This research helps that goal because it provides insight to urban planners, municipalities, and community workers on what considerations need to go into creating programs that provide access to these e-trike micro-mobility solutions for older adults. Participation in this project is voluntary and involves a four-week commitment to the study activities. This study is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Seniors through the ‘Seniors Community Grant Program’.

Join our virtual information session for more details on this research project and to have any questions answered by the research team.

Please note that this study has been reviewed and approved by the Ryerson University Research Ethics Board (REB 2021-208). If you have concerns or questions about your rights as a research participant, please contact the Ryerson Research Ethics Board at 416-979-5042 or