• MiBici- Costa Rica

    Changing Lives

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

  • 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.

  • CESTA El Salvador

    Training Mechanics

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

Changing lives one bike at a time.


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Lives Improved


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Bikes Donated


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Equality Means Business
MiBici- Costa Rica

We are the women of Batán, forces of nature. We are a co-op of women helping women.

Through micro-loans that our bikes help fund, these women are supporting small businesses to create and expand opportunities within their community. Empowering women in rural Costa Rica helps build stronger economies and encourages development and sustainability in areas where opportunities are scarce.

Gerardo received our 100,000th bike donated in 2014. Find out how it has changed his life below.

#Wheel News

20 August 2019
Girls have come a long way, but they still have miles to go- and hopefully with a bike they will get there faster! This month we are taking a look at education in rural El Salvador. Last time we told you of challenges boys fa...
16 August 2019
​For these students in rural El Salvador family is everything. Many dream of growing up and finding good jobs to help support their families. And a bicycle could be the difference between a successful engineering career or be...
01 August 2019
​Adela Wynn (tucked in the back in blue) is one of the those volunteers who has been around with us since the beginning although less active recently than in the past. But we wanted to take this opportunity to remind you once...