We support the below projects through funding, social media exposure, contact introductions and more.

Please click the name of the project/charity to find out more about them and for a link to their websote.

He collects and takes deliveries of unused kids bikes and repairs and cleans them ready to be delivered to kids who haven’t got a bike and are less fortunate!!

Donate to his project here:

No Panic is a registered charity which helps people who suffer from Panic Attacks, Phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders and other related anxiety disorders including those people who are trying to give up Tranquillizers.


#TotalSurprise is a chance to celebrate individuals. We love to hear about different people in the MTB community and we love presents. It’s our chance to celebrate the wonderful people doing good in the world, the amazing folks fighting through tough times, or those young shredders pushing MTB from the ground up. It’s an opportunity for us to send a little gift to show love from the MTB community. Click the link below to read more, get involved with or donate to it.


To provide the community access to bicycle repair & technical knowledge, affordable bicycles & parts, and a space within which to feel safe and welcome while learning and repairing.

For more info click here

We use mountain biking to improve outcomes for people from across Plymouth. Our courses, for both adults and young people aged 8-17, aim to improve the understanding of how maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle can lead to positive future outcomes.


Dirt sisters of shred is a new project set up by www.rubysbigbikechallenge to help connect and support young girls in the mtb scene.
Website: Dirt Sisters of Shred

Raising awareness of dangerous traps on mountain bike trails – A recent surge in bike sales due to a certain pandemic has caused increased violation of public mountain bike trails. We have reports of wires tensioned between trees at head height, tree roots featuring upright nails and broken glass along trails.


Local Bike Shop Day is the one day a year when independent bike shops across the UK can come together to celebrate their distinctive culture. It’s the day for local bike shops to showcase their passion, knowledge and personalised service they offer to their local communities.


The UK’s largest social mountain bike event and a damn good reason to ride bikes with mates! Founded in 2014, we bring people together for a weekend of bikes, beers and buddies. We pride ourselves on offering a relaxed, inclusive vibe and encourage all abilities and ages.


A simple non profit idea – enthusiasts support privateer mountain bike racers
“As group of like minded mountain biker mates we were inspired by a recent Ben Cathro video, Ben couldn’t race due to injury so he decided to help some privateers – What a Legend ! So after a short discussion we decided it would be better for us to buy one less piece of carbon or one less oil slick component and instead use that cash to kick off thedirtfundproject where we aim to support Privateer EWS & World Cup Downhill racers from the UK & Ireland”

The Kootenay Adaptive Sport Association was originally born as the Kootenay Sufferfest Society (KSS). KSS was a non-profit organization that was established in 2010 with the mission to inspire and promote physical activity, support economic development through recreation tourism, develop and maintain recreation infrastructure and enhance participation in local sport clubs.


Our Place Support is a Community Interest Company formed in 2011. Our services aim to help people to make positive changes in their lives through mentoring, advice and personal development.
Our Place is led by a team of committed volunteer Directors who lead our strong dedicated team and our business plan is underpinned by our core values which run through all of our service delivery.

The female cycling community is continuously growing. Every day more women are realising the wonder of the sport and ever more groups are forming. These groups are great for building up confidence, growing passion and sharing skills. However as a less mainstream sport, its often difficult for people to get into and join groups. Therefore we wanted to create a day which enables and encourages this. In 2020 we ran a great day to celebrate cycling, bringing together lots of women from all over Sheffield to share our passion of riding bikes and share our experiences.

The Strider® Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit incorporated in South Dakota in 2017. The Foundation’s primary purpose is to distribute Learn-To-Ride Programs to schools and organizations committed to teaching children, those with special needs, or the elderly how to ride.

Using sport as a therapeutic tool to support at-risk youth in CPT 🇿🇦
Move the Body. Move the Mind.

For more info see their Instagram here

InTandem meaning together or at the same time is in partnership with Adintra counselling is offering the opportunity for anyone to participate in our free well-being focused mountain biking rides and social rides to those who would benefit physically, emotionally and or psychologically from an ‘active-outdoor-therapeutic experience’.
Our rides focus on the well-being benefits of the outdoors and engaging with the environment using mindfulness based techniques appropriate to participant’s wishes and needs.

For more info see their Facebook page here









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