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  • Inspiring Change Using Bike-Powered Theatre The Otesha Project is a not-for-profit organisation that strives to promote the benefits of sustainable living…

  • Opening Up The World Of Cycling To At-Risk Youth Born from a passion for cycling and a desire to share it,…

  • Connecting cyclists across New Zealand Cycling Advocates Network (CAN) is New Zealand’s national network of cycling advocates, a not-for-profit organisation that…

  • Cataloguing India’s cargo bikes through illustration Very few countries in the world offer a sensory bombardment on the scale of India….

  • Mobilising People with Bicycles We’ve already encountered the wonderfully burly Buffalo Bikes in a previous journal – steeds designed and championed…

  • The Voice Of Cyclists In London Founded in 1978, the London Cycling Campaign has lobbied for more than three decades to prioritise…

  • Building The People Powered Movement The United States has long been known for its car-centric transport infrastructure rather than its affection…

  • 66,000 Bikes And Still Counting Over the last few years bicycle sharing schemes have been booming, with initiatives appearing in major…

  • Believing In The Power Of The Bicycle Mike’s Bikes Africa project is associated with many of the initiatives we’ve already profiled here…

  • Teaching You How To Make Your Own Bike Based in the UK, the Bamboo Bicycle Club aims to provide people with…

  • Café, Shop, Workshop Open To All Based in Bristol, UK, Roll for the Soul is a not-for-profit bike café, shop and…

  • The Rise Of Protected Bike Lanes In The US All too often, the thought of sharing busy roads with motorised traffic…

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LATEST INITIATIVES
  • The Otesha Project is a not-for-profit organisation that strives to promote the benefits of sustainable living using bike powered theatre. The project…

  • Born from a passion for cycling and a desire to share it, Trips for Kids has opened up the world of…

  • Cycling Advocates Network (CAN) is New Zealand’s national network of cycling advocates, a not-for-profit organisation that has a number of far…

  • The Ghoda Cycle Project was set up by designer Sameer Kulavoor, and the Project presents indian bicycles in artistic form through…

  • Qhubeka is based in South Africa and aims to help “people move forward and progress by giving bicycles in return for…

  • Founded in 1978, the London Cycling Campaign has lobbied for more than three decades to prioritize bicycles over private motorized transport in…

  • The aim of the Alliance for Biking and Walking is to create, strengthen, and unite state and local bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organizations…

  • The Hangzhou Public Bicycle initiative in southeast China dwarfs almost all others, boasting a fleet of more than 66,000 bikes with…

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