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Win a Wild Bike Experience with Berg and Bush

Wild Bike is proud to be one of the charities of the Standard Bank Berg and Bush for 2024. The idea is simple. Every time you drink a beer at the event, Wild Bike will receive a donation. How great is that. Now you can drink beer and make a difference in preserving Biodiversity in Southern Africa!!

BUT, it gets better. Wild Bike is giving one lucky rider (and their +1) the opportunity to join them on a Wild Bike Experience in Zululand. FOR FREE!!

This is a unique opportunity to ride bicycles in a Big 5 game reserve, and get a glimpse behind the scenes of what goes into managing the reserve, which is not usually available to paying guests. As far as riding experiences go, it is an incredibly immersive, raw and exciting experience every time.

The Prize

1x 2 night stay for 2 people sharing, at Bayala Lodge in Munywana Conservancy (previously Phinda Game Reserve).

The stay will include Dinner Bed and Breakfast, a sunset game drive, and a morning riding with rangers on the reserve to experience their work first hand.


Wild Bikes in Wild Places

The Wild Bike journey started in 2021 when the founders traveled around east Africa for 1 year and got to hear first hand the challenges facing wilderness areas, their conservation, and their impact on surrounding communities. 

Having a long history in cycling, the founders decided to set up an NGO to deploy and support E-Bikes to augment and enhance existing wilderness conservation efforts, in an environmentally friendly way, for the long term preservation of wild places and their biodiversity. Check out this recently published article on what we are doing in Zululand, Wild Bike's spiritual homeland.

Our strategy is a simple one:

1. Identify a partner NGO who already has an existing conservation or community conservation project in which e-bikes could have an impact in their efficiency or productivity.

2. Procure e-bikes and turn them into Wild Bikes, by equiping them with suitable tyres, tools and spares to operate in harsh environments.

3. Train the users and then keep maintaining the bicycles so that they continue to operate and impact the project.

In this way we have been able to decrease operational costs by 17%, reduce carbon emissions, quadruple patrol distances, and have a accelerated impact on community micro-entrepreneurs and school kids in surrounding communities.

With your help, Wild Bike can:

1. Deploy new bikes and sites and reach our goal of 50 bikes by the end of 2024.

2. Continue to maintain and support existing bike sites.

Enter our bike raffle instead.

You can also support Wild Bike's goal of deploying 50 bikes by the end of 2024, by making a donation or entering the Raffle for a custom Specialized Tero-X.

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