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Cycling for peace ride in Kisumu, Kenya.

Bicycle ride for peace

Bicycle ride for peace

Jun 23rd 2:50pm • No Comments

Our Dar Es salaam cycle caravan is scheduled for Sunday July 2 2017,if you are in Dar Es Salaam don't miss this epic event.More than 600 cyclists will ride around Dar city streets.
This year will be our 17th caravan with the theme "diplomacy and climate change"
Powered by European Union organized by Uwaba.
Free registration on the event day.
Free reflector jacket for all participants
Free 100 helmet to people inneed.
Free 13 bikes (7 hand bikes and 6 normal bike on special ruffle )
Free water and snacks to all participants .
Come one come all!!
From 7am at Mnazi mmoja grounds,reads our posters for more details .

Photos from African Bicycle Network's post

Jun 23rd 1:42pm • No Comments

7 years before Velocity 2017 in Arnhem-Nijmegen #VC17 Jagi Gakunju did a presentation on the changing cycling agenda in Africa during the Velo-City conference in Vopenhagen. Things have improved (take for example the cycling infrastructure in Kisumu) but a lot needs to be done. Cyclist let's hear your voice to get things done. If not for us than for the next generation to come. Lets share the road. Powered by CooP-Africa (Cycling out of Poverty), Uvumbuzi Club and UN-HABITAT. https://youtu.be/gDCdsNQMB_Q

VeloCity Copenhagen 2010 Jagi Gakunju.mp4

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Presentation of Jagi Gakunju at VeloCity conference Copenhagen June 23, 2010, titled: Cycling agenda in Kenya is changing Cycling in Kenya has been a popular...

Jun 22nd 9:09pm • No Comments

Mountainbiking in Dar es Salaam. Supported by AfriRoots.

Afri Roots

Mountain biking Trails are reopening soon!!
Contact us for Idd specials

Jun 22nd 8:54pm • No Comments

We love to see more events like this. Well done Uvumbuzi Club #Nairobi.

Family Funday for the Rothchild's Giraffe

Family Funday for the Rothchild's Giraffe

This is the first of a series of fun events for conservation to be hosted by Uvumbuzi Club every first Saturday of the month at different venues around the country.


The event will consist of a 2 hour cycling session for the family, a nature trail and sanctury exploration for the non-cyslists followed by an evening networking barbeque for anyone over 18 at Oloolua Forest in Karen.


If you love the environment, discovering new places, people and cultures, enjoy scenic routes or are looking for a fun event with a purpose, join on us on July 1 at the Giraffe Centre in Karen, Nairobi.


See poster for more details.

Jun 22nd 8:48pm • No Comments