• MiBici- Costa Rica

    Changing Lives

    A bike is more than transportation, it can empower individuals and entire communities.

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  • Village Bicycle Project

    Empowering Women

    We provide bicycles and mechanical training and teach women how to ride, empowering them with skills to keep their families moving forward.

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  • CESTA El Salvador

    Training Mechanics

    Vocational training provides personal empowerment, professional opportunities and a way to provide for families and communities.

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  • Bikes for the Philippines

    Keeping Students in School

    Many students face long walks to school, donated bikes get them there faster and help them stay in school.

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  • Village Bicycle Project

    Transforming Communities

    Donated bikes allow health workers to see more clients, farmers to get goods to market and small business owners to support their families.

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Changing lives one bike at a time.

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Lives Improved

134,818

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Bikes Donated

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Countries

Learn to Ride
Village Bicycle Project

For women and girls in Ghana and Sierra Leone, learning to ride a bike is a ticket to independence and success. Village Bicycle Project devised a plan to empower women, first by teaching them to ride a bike. Once a girl learns to ride, she can run errands more efficiently, carry more firewood or transport gallons of water on her bike instead of on her head. Learning to ride a bike creates opportunity, changing lives for the better.

#Wheel News

11 April 2018
April is a busy time for Bikes for the World as the temperatures start to warm (we hope) and service projects start to lean toward recycling and environmental issues in celebration of Earth Month. Bike donations spike starting now and lasting through...
04 April 2018
This week Bikes for the Philippines celebrated the first bike beneficiaries to graduate from partnering school, Concepcion Integrated School. This was the first school adopted into the bike program that spanned grades K-12. The Regional School for th...
02 April 2018
Mike Johnston is as much a fixture of the annual Otterbein United Methodist Church as Collection Manager Cindy Brown. Really, it's more accurate to call them co-managers. Cindy handles all the emails and communications with BfW, and Mike is out there...