EVENTS

New Video: Bikes 4 Life 1,000+ Bike Pack Weekend

Check out our new video – it’s super cool and gives you a little insight into Bikes 4 Life and how we do it in Melbourne! Volunteers in Melbourne  packed over 1,000 bicycles for projects in Northern Uganda and Pakistan for our new 2018 projects! The bikes have just arrived Pakistan this week, to be […]

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The 300km Tasmania Charity Cycle Complete!
On: Jan 30, 2018
By: Bikes 4 Life

Team #Bikes4Life have finally completed the 3 day, 300km ride through the East Coast of Tasmania with 25000 Spins! Well done to all the riders and the incredible support crew! Special thanks to all the fundraisers who participated in the #25000spins charity cycle, collectively fundraising for 5 charities, including Bikes 4 Life. Craig Shipton & 25000spins have […]

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TASSIE CYCLE TOUR: Meet Nathan and Mick
On: Jan 23, 2018
By: Bikes 4 Life
In: EVENTS

On Australia Day 2018 ten people will be cycling for three days, over 300kms through the East Coast of Tasmania, for our annual charity bike ride with 25000 Spins! Here’s a snapshot of some more of our riders who have taken some time out to answer the Fast–Five questions put to them by our volunteers. Please meet Nathan and Mick… NATHAN 1. […]

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TASSIE CHARITY CYCLE TOUR 2018
On: Jan 23, 2018
By: Bikes 4 Life

There’s just 3 days to go until the East Coast Tassie Charity Bike Ride begins, thanks to 25000spins.com and our awesome riders who are fundraising for us and cycling 300km over 3 days! Some of our riders are however under their minimum fundraising target, but there’s still time to support Team Bikes 4 Life! Here’s […]

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Register Now for the 25,000 Spins Charity Bike Ride Feb 2017
On: Dec 14, 2016
By: Bikes 4 Life
In: EVENTS

GEELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL 3 DAY CYCLE CHALLENGE Bikes 4 Life is honoured to be a part of the 25,000 Spins Great Ocean Road Charity Bike Ride again in 2017, after a hugely successful and amazing event in 2016! About the Ride: The Great Ocean cycle tour to help kids in poverty. Our three day cycling tour begins in […]

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