Providing access to independence and livelihood through The Power of Bicycles.
A mother and her young baby ride as part of a caravan traveling on WBR bicycles to the nearest under 5 clinic.
When Shira Nampasa is not studying to become a teacher, she lends her bicycle to her brothers to go into town.
World Bicycle Relief volunteer Brian Collins hosts a fundraiser at his local bike shop in Snohomish, WA. Brian is raising money for WBR as he rides his bike from Seattle to LA.
Tanganani Lungu no longer has trouble traveling 6 km to school because of his WBR Bicycle, leaving time for reading and studying to become a future teacher.
Shira Mwale says her WBR bicycle has greatly improved her life - it is easier to fetch water and go to the market.
A student receives her WBR bicycle at a recent distribution at Kankumba Basic School.
Npaulo Phiri rides daily on his WBR bicycle to Kambulu Community School with his sister and his neighbor.
Jefter Mushili shows off the bicycle that he ferries his two siblings on for the 7 km journey to school every day.
Frida Chisumba has etched her name into the back of her bicycle to ensure that she always keeps track of it.
Emmanuel Kuyera is happy because his WBR bicycle now gets him to class early, resulting in his improved grades.
Scene from yesterday's distribution in Zambia. Dancing and singing are common ways to celebrate the bicycles!
Eneles Kapola travels 7 km for school. Her WBR bike lets her now have time for netball and her chores.
Students as Palabana Basic anxiously wait as WBR trained mechanics finish the final tune-up before distribution.
Biswell Musange (13) lives 3 hrs from school. With his WBR bike he is able to go to school, fetch water, and even have time for football.
Our friends @QBP put together an amazing benefit for World Bicycle Relief during Bike to Work Week raising over $1000 dollars. Thank you!!
Cool picture. Amber Rais tackles the Grossglockner in Austria and raised some money for World Bicycle Relief while she was at it. Thanks, Amber!
Just another innovative way to get invovled. A WBR volunteer adopted a section of road on our behalf along a popular cycling road in Colorado Springs.
Budget Bicycles of Madison, WI, teams up with local church to do bicycle tune-up for World Bicycle Relief. Thanks Nancy and team!
Grassroots fundraiser, Stephen Janes, continues to creatively think outside-the-box in terms of how he can promote World Bicycle Relief in any way, shape or form!
Katie Bolling visits the SRAM Eeemland Cycling team in Holland. The team is supporting World Bicycle Relief this year through several different initiatives. You can have your team support us, too!
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