World Bicycle Relief Buffalo Bike Donation

World Bicycle Relief Buffalo Bike Donation
$10.00 - $735.00
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We have seen the power of the bike to transform lives for the better in our own communities. World Bicycle Relief donates Buffalo Bikes to the developing world to help transform their lives and their communities. Our goal is to raise enough money to send 10 bikes to the developing world. Every donation helps. If you are making this gift in someone's honor, please make a note at checkout and we will send them a thank you/ notification card (email or USPS).

THE NEED
Walking is the primary mode of transportation for many people in the developing world. Everyday tasks can quickly become a struggle against time and fatigue. Going to school, visiting the health clinic, and delivering goods to market are more challenging because of the barrier of distance.

OUR RESPONSE
World Bicycle Relief (WBR) builds and distributes specially-designed, locally assembled, rugged bicycles. With the experience and expertise gained over the last 10 years designing and delivering more than 400,000 Buffalo Bicycles, WBR has developed an efficient, innovative and scalable model to successfully address the great need for reliable, affordable transportation in rural areas of developing countries.

STRONG AS A BUFFALO
Buffalo Bicycles are durable, featuring steel alloy frames, forks and spokes and a rear carrier capacity rated to 100kg. Weighing in at 5kg (a complete bike is 24kg), the heft of the steel frame is not a hindrance but evidence of the bicycle’s strength. WBR is committed to using high-quality, well-designed parts. This improves the bicycle’s functionality, reliability and strength, and keeps more Buffalo Bicycles on the road.

SIMPLE TO MAINTAIN

The Buffalo Bicycle is deliberately compatible with locally available spare parts, requiring only basic tools for maintenance and repair. WBR operates a Field Mechanic Training Program to help keep the bicycles rolling, using a universal training manual that instructs with pictures and diagrams rather than words. To date, over 1,000 field mechanics have been trained, offering riders access to local maintenance

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