Bicycles for the world's largest tandem ride for the blind and sighted

DSV provided free transport of 100 tandem bicycles for the 2015 Global Accessibility Awareness Day event in Copenhagen, Denmark

GAAD tandem bikes at Amager Strand
We were proud to support the 2015 Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) event, the first of its kind to be held in Denmark, 

says Simon H. Galsgaard, Managing Director of DSV Road A/S in Denmark

Among the participants were Minister for Finance Bjarne Corydon, The American Ambassador to Denmark Rufus Gifford and Director Klaus Bondam, The Danish Cyclists' Federation, when a total of approximately 200 people participated in the tandem bicycle trip for the blind, visually impaired and the sighted.

Focus is on accessibility

The event was arranged by Siteimprove, provider of web governance tools and solutions, in cooperation with Dansk Blindesamfund (The Danish Association of the Blind), a private organisation for the blind and was one of many GAAD events around the world 21 May 2015. Afterwards, Siteimprove donated the 100 bicycles to tandem clubs and individuals with vision impairment. 


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