Join the West Africa Cycle Challenge on 28th May - 3rd June.
Visit rural schools, learn about our projects, experience the culture - the Street Child West Africa Cycle Challenge is a great way to discover real Sierra Leone and Liberia. Travelling 300km by bike through lush green landscapes you will have a unique opportunity to visit, meet and draw inspiration from the very children you've been fundraising for. This is the ultimate cycle adventure.
Come along and meet the team to learn a bit more about the trip on Tuesday 6th February. We'll be sharing details of the week and what to expect from the ultimate cycling challenge. Joined by the Street Child team and registered cyclists, it will be a great chance to get inspired!
Date: Tuesday 6th February, 6.30pm-8.30pm
Location: 61-63 Brushfield Street, Spitalfields Market, London E1 6AA
The West Africa Cycle Challenge sees cyclists travel 300km from lush green Bo in Sierra Leone to the beautiful Robertsport beach in Liberia, getting off the beaten track and discovering real West Africa.
The West Africa Cycle Challenge is organised by charity Street Child. During the challenge, you'll have a chance to see how your fundraising is changing lives.
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"Embrace it. All the challenges and quirks, all the thrills and spills. It's an adventure you may never get to experience again so enjoy the ride."
Adam, 2017 Cyclist
In the News.
THE 186-MILE BIKE RIDE THAT'S CHANGING LIVES (AND THRILLING TRAVELLERS) IN WEST AFRICA
Get inspired by the great Telegraph article sharing what the West Africa Cycle Challenge experience is all about.
"No matter how much you’ve cycled, you’ve probably never experienced anything like it."
CYCLING SIERRA LEONE AND LIBERIA | COULD YOU CYCLE 300KM THROUGH THE AFRICAN JUNGLE?
Check out the article in Mpora about our first-ever challenge.
"Now for you hardcore road cyclists and enduro racers that may not seem like a lot of mileage – but then you probably haven’t cycled in 40°C heat or 95 per cent humidity all that much in the past. Trust us when we say it makes life a little more difficult."