Buy a Bike, Donate Wheels to Someone in Need
For every bicycle you purchase, impoverished communities receive the gift of mobility
The company produces an everyday bike for adults called The Porteur. The belt-driven, three-speed bike is designed to be low-maintenance and highly ridable. The silver matte model was created in collaboration Flying Machine, an Australian bike builder. The company will also produce hand-built, classic wooden tricycles for children, made in the United States, and expand to a line of other models. For every bike sold, Bikes ORO will buy a set of tires for a World Bicycle Relief Buffalo Bike, giving mobility to someone in an impoverished community.
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