Our fundraisers are a global community of ordinary people doing extraordinary things to share the Power of Bicycles with others. From age 5 to 95, we invite anyone to come alongside us to help mobilize students, healthcare workers and entrepreneurs.
We hope you will be inspired by these individuals using their passions and challenging themselves to support World Bicycle Relief. From Rebecca Rusch, overcoming the heights of Kilimanjaro, to Griffin Schneider overcoming the elements in Vermont. From Mirinda Carfrae racing the Ironman World Championships to Chris Shotty’ Shotwell racing cyclocross. From Jordan Rapp overcoming the odds to Biju Thomas overcoming food critics. The examples are endless. But the impact is clear. A Buffalo Bicycle provides reliable transportation for a student like Ethel, trying to access education in rural Zambia. It’s not just a tool for empowerment – it’s a symbol of joy, hope, and opportunity.
Since 2007, over 2,200 people from 31 countries have helped raise more than nearly $5 Million. Every bike makes a difference in the lives of the people we serve.
JOIN OUR INCREDIBLE COMMUNITY OF SUPPORTERS AND START YOUR FUNDRAISER TODAY!
Here are just a few of the fundraisers featured in our new video and a word about their incredible accomplishments.
OVERCOMING THE ELEMENTS
Griffin Donavan Schneider
Commuted 365 days to school
The Thompson Family
8 races across 4 states
200 bowls of curry served
285 miles biked in 29 days by a 9-year old
Honored her late husband Bill Keith by rallying their community
OVERCOMING THE ODDS
Rode 112 miles during Zwift’s Ride On for World Bicycle Relief
James and Emily
12,000 miles biked from London to Cape Town
2011 ITU Long Distance World Champion and 6x IRONMAN Champion
19,341 feet up Mt. Kilimanjaro
4,225 miles ridden in Yellowstone, Death Valley and Rocky Mountains