of $1,250,000 Raised
inGamba Tours

$1,000,000 Strong and Counting...

At inGamba, we feel a strong responsibility to leave the world better than when we found it.

We’re proud to partner with World Bicycle Relief by donating 2% of our sales to the organization.

Like World Bicycle Relief, we believe in the power of bicycles to change the lives of individuals. Donating bicycles to access mobility is more than a gift; it's a long-term investment in sustainable practices and economic opportunity.


Leading by example, we hope to inspire our guests to match our contribution so that we meet our goal of providing 8,500 bicycles - which is $1,250,000 raised for the organization - by the end of 2018.

In areas with poor roads and no sustainable transportation, people must often walk long distances over challenging terrain to reach clean water, schools, health clinics and jobs. World Bicycle Relief provides bicycles so people can travel farther and quicker, allowing health care workers to visit more patients, students to stay in school and employees to continue working.


Compared to walking, a bicycle boosts productivity and access to healthcare, education and economic opportunities.

About World Bicycle Relief
World Bicycle Relief addresses the lack of affordable, reliable transportation across Africa, South America and Southeast Asia by designing, sourcing, and manufacturing high-quality bicycles. World Bicycle Relief’s Buffalo Bicycle is designed to withstand challenging terrain and load requirements while meeting the needs of students, healthcare workers, farmers, and entrepreneurs.

They strengthen local economies and promote long-term sustainability by locally assembling bicycles, training mechanics, and improving the spare parts supply chain.

For $147, you can provide a World Bicycle Relief Buffalo Bicycle to a student in need. Together, we can reach our goal of raising $1,250,000 for this life-changing work.

Please join us by making a donation today.

Thank you for your support!

João M. Correia



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