Help mobilize communities with life-changing bicycles

The sky's the limit. Supporters around the world are riding, running...selling lemonade to benefit World Bicycle Relief. Join us and fundraise to empower people in need.

Donate your birthday

Your special day can have double the impact: celebrate with your loved ones while also helping to provide life-changing bicycles.

Share your talents

Our global supporters can do some pretty amazing things. Why not use your talent to help make an impact around the world?

Ride on!

Whether you're riding 1 mile or 1,000, you and your bike can make a difference for communities in need. We'll see you out there!


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In times like these, community is more important than ever. Join our global family of fundraisers and you can help mobilize communities to pedal out of poverty and into a brighter future. Whether you aim to mobilize one health worker or an entire community, we've got tools you can use to engage your friends and family to help you reach your goal. Are you with us?

Check out these awesome change-makers!

Round the World in '23

Using transportation methods available before 1920, Sharon Elder is setting off to 'Slow Travel' the globe! She is partnering with WBR to fundraise and share the Power of Bicycles - from Argentina to New Zealand.
Sharon says she was inspired by "how WBR aligned with my personal values of empowering women though sustainable ways of giving back." 

Project Ojos del Salado

At the end of 2022, cyclists Ryan Torres and Leo Tenenblat embarked on an expedition to bike over 500 miles across the Atacama desert, into the Andes mountains, and up the 22,615-foot Ojos del Salado volcano.
Dubbed “Project OdS,” their goal was twofold: set a new world record for the highest altitude reached on a bicycle; and raise awareness for WBR.

Americas By Bike

Beginning in early 2022 from the Argentine city of Rio Gallegos, Katja Hansen and Martin Moeller embarked on a more than 20,000 km bikepacking journey - planning to cross the 'finish line' some 20 months later in Vancouver, Canada. So far, they have covered almost 12,000 km - biking across an entire continent - and they are now headed for the Panama Canal!

Kickstart your fundraiser

We’re here to make sure your fundraising journey is rewarding and impactful for both you and the communities we serve around the world. This step-by-step guide will help inspire ideas and equip you with the resources you need to be successful.

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