We carefully select the persons who receive a bike, with the help of local institutions, organizations and/or individuals. Some of our requirements include that the persons don’t already have alternative means of transportation nor can they afford public transportation (when available). People who just want to get a bicycle because its free, will be eliminated quickly from our selection process.
We concentrate on Third World Countries.
The individuals need a legitemate reason why they should receive a bike. Each case is evaluated and reviewed on an individual basis.
Wheels 4 Life reserves the rights to the final decision of the bicycle recipients.
Wheels 4 LIfe does not discriminate by race, religion or politics.
TOTAL BIKES DELIVERED:
(As of 08 April 2020)
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Kilimanjaro: Mountain of Greatness
Hans Rey, Danny MacAskill and Gerhard Czerner head out on the mountain bike journey of a lifetime. Facing intense altitude challenges and health risks, this team sets out to be the first to conquer the two highest mountains in Africa back to back on a bike, Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro
Other Ways You Can Help
- Take Part in Wheel 4 Life Promotions
- Help out with our Fundraisers
- Organize your own Wheels 4 Life Fundraiser
- Promote Wheels 4 Life: Logos & Banners
Buy The Wheels 4 Life DVDWheels 4 Life - The Film - A Story About Giving is now available for $10 (plus S & H). The documentary film, narrated by John McEnroe, chronicles our Wheels4Villages projects in Tanzania, over the period of 14 month.
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EFTC FoundationEducation for the Children (EFTC) is an international NGO based in Guatemala. Wheels4Life has worked with EFTC on several projects, including the delivery of over 100 bikes.