Cycling for a good cause

We bike for adventure but also to support young people to have meaningful and active lives, despite having limited mobility. While getting to know each other, we found out that we were passionate about this cause.

The Swedish National Fund for Young People with Disabilities (RBU) is an organization that supports young people with disabilities. For us, doing good works like that by RBU are admirable. We want to raise awareness of their work to further human rights and the activities they organize for young people with disabilities.

Find out more about RBU on their website: https://rbu.se/

To support RBU, we have started a fundraiser via Facebook. We hope that you can contribute by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/donate/1033567646848893/599904190517753/

All proceeds go to RBU exclusively.

If you are interested in meeting us along the journey, we are more than happy to drop by! We will start riding from Kiruna on Saturday July 13th and we hope to arrive in Malmö on Saturday August 10th. We will be present about our ride at Malmöfestivalen on Sunday August 11th while also joining the Manifestivalen parade organized by RBU on the same day.

Here is a list of stops on our journey:

Week 28 – 29

  • Kiruna
  • Luleå
  • Piteå
  • Skellefteå
  • Umeå

Week 30

  • Örnsköldsvik
  • Sundsvall
  • Hudiksvall
  • Sandviken – Avesta
  • Örebro

Week 31

  • Mariestad
  • Karlsborg
  • Hjo
  • Jönköping

Week 32

  • Värnamo
  • Helsingborg
  • Lund
  • Malmö

We will add a link soon on how you can follow where exactly we are. We will have a GPS tracker on us.

(More on the back story behind cycling for RBU in future posts, to be continued!)

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