Blood, Sweat and Gears

The cry of “bump, bump, bump” and “knees up” are still vivid memories of our bike ride around the base of Mount Kenya.  “Bump, bump, bump” was the call along our line of riders as we came across the triple bumps in the road designed to slow motorists, but a hazard to...

Looking for an adventure – attention all cyclists

Life in the Kibera slums is tough by anyone’s standards.  There is little income, few activities and many temptations – drugs, glue, gangs, crime, prostitution … The Kibera Cycling Club offers a chance to escape from this, to make new friends and learn skills that...

St Albans CycleFest – fun for all the family

With the help of Oaklands College we are organising the first St Albans CycleFest on Sunday 16th September 2018, from 10am to 3pm, to raise funds to buy more bikes, tools and equipment for our cycling project in the Kibera slums of Nairobi. The event takes place at...

The Kari Challenge mountain biking event

The Kibera Cycling Club allows young people in the Kibera slums to learn and enjoy cycling and take part in outings beyond the Nairobi city boundary. A group comprising Esther, Eric, Gabby, Hillarioz, Jonty, Parsley, Victor, and Jeff were joined by Kevin, Ingrid and...