The big news is; on Friday 29th September, Wheels 4 Life will be hosting a “Rock 4 Bikes” event in San Juan Capistrano, California.
This will be a night of incredible live music, a mini rock festival set in the grounds of a private estate. This will be an exclusive affair with only 200 tickets available. Starting with Californian Raggae thanks to Nick-i and Billy Sherman from Common Sense, then grammy award winner Charles Colin from Train with special guests and finally, Taylor Hawkins from the Foo Fighters band, Chevy Metal. This incredible line up will help us rock the night away and raise funding to buy bicycles for the many that truly need transportation. Dance, eat, drink and be merry.
We will have some amazing auction items which we hope will tempt you to bid. So please join us on the night and help us to Rock 4 Bikes. Tickets $200 - $1900 for a bundle of 10 or more tickets ...
Wheels 4 Life presents the “Rock 4 Bikes” event. We hope that you can attend this night of incredible music in an exclusive and private location in San Juan Capistrano, California. Tickets are limited. Tickets include entry, open bar and food. Ticket prices increase after September 15th.
We are excited to announce the Wheels 4 Life - Rock 4 Bikes event.
Our fundraising aim is to purchase bicycles for people in the greatest need of transportation globally.
Friday 29th September, 6:30pm.
This will be a night of awesome rock music, food, drinks and of course, great company.
We have an incredible musical line up starting with Nick-iii and Billy Sherman from Common Sense. Next up we have 2 Grammy Award winners, Charles Colin from Train. For the finale we will be rocking to Chevy Metal no one can drum a beat quite like one of the best drummers in the world, Taylor Hawkins from the Foo Fighters.
This event will be held at a private residence in San Juan Capistrano. Tickets sales are limited. Tickets are only available when purchased in advance.
Ticket price: $200.00 before September 15th 2017.
Ticket price: $250.00 after September 15th 2017.
N.B. Tickets will not be available at the door on the night.
May, Las Vegas, Hans was invited to be a keynote speaker at the Onestram “Splash” conference. This multi-day event was also supported by Microsoft and both companies highlighted the work that Wheels 4 Life is doing. Not only did they provide us with a platform to raise awareness about the charity, they also supported us massively by initiating an “employee donation matching” scheme.
We are extremely grateful to Onestram and Microsoft and its many employees for supporting us in our misssion to buy bicycles for just some of those that really need transportation. As a result of the generosity shown to us at this event, we received donations in excess of $10,000. This amount will enable us to purchases another 75 bicycles. Thank you to all that worked so hard to make this happen.
Bike Park Wales will be hosting a Wheels 4 Life fundraiser on Sunday May 7th. The aim will be to create the longest fancy dress MTB train ever. So please join them and have a blast whilst raising money to buy bikes and change people’s lives for the better. The event will be filmed and you can see our film, which will be screened there at 9:30am. The ride train starts rolling at 11:30. Admission is £15. 100% of proceeds go to Wheels 4 Life
Word has it World Champion Tracy Mosley will lead the train. Anybody can and should participate. Super fun and world class trails will be open all day long. More info: http://www.bikeparkwales.com/Wheels-4-Life-Fundraiser-
Wheels 4 Life charity is already in its 11th year of giving bicycles to people in need of transportation throughout the developing world.
The charity and cause has been growing at a healthy rate where Carmen and I can handle the day to day workload along with all of our other obligations and real jobs.
To date we have given almost 10,000 people in 32 different countries a bicycle. Each of these bicycles would have stories to tell about how people have benefited from them; how they made their lives easier, how they made earning an income possible, how they provided access to education and healthcare and in some cases, how they even saved lives.
Carmen and I are as committed as we were on day one. We still run the everyday business voluntarily, without compensation. We are assisted immensely by our Voluntary Project Leaders in the field (VPL), they supervise most of ...
You can change a family’s life for the better, with the gift of a bicycle. One bike equals approximately four people having the benefit. One bike costs on average $150. This holiday season, if you would like to purchase a bicycle in lieu of a gift for someone, that person will receive a personalised wooden postcard letting them know that they will have changed lives through the gift of their bicycle.
If you would like to gift a bike as a gift, please add to your PayPal memo, the address and the name of the person you are gifting.
In October Hans Rey, Danny MacAskill, Gerhard Czerner, Martin Bissig and the Freeride Entertainment film crew popped in to visit one of our former projects in Ndeiya, Kenya, on their way to summiting Africa’s two highest peaks.
2013, Hans and I did the ultimate road trip, visiting 24 of our field project leaders in both Kenya and Uganda. We made a film about it, I wrote a story about it and took one or two thousand photos showing it. Fast forward to 2016….Hans, Danny and Gerhard are off to tackle the most physically and mentally challenging adventure of their lives. Hans as many know, has thirty years experience of expedition adventures, but even for him, this was going to be a huge one. To summit Mount Kenya and straight off the back, to summit Kilimanjaro, combined 36,000’….on bikes! But first, they visited one of the projects featured in our 2013 film “Riding Out of Poverty”, located in Ndeiya ...
Below is a great example of how one person can make a huge difference. Tristen Smith, a 8th Grader from Sullivan Middle School in Bonsall, California contacted us in December ‘15, inspired by a school project he organized his own fundraiser ride to benefit Wheels 4 Life in April‘16. He raised over $ 2,800.- which will buy approx. 25 bicycles. Check out his inspiring presentation below. Give A Bike - Change A Life! Thank you.