Ride Karamoja



When we first brought bikes to Karamoja with  Bicycles for Humanity, we knew then, that the  region had the potential to be a world class mountain biking  destination.  Literally thousands of miles of great single track trail , coupled with many routes off Mt Moroto and on the shoulders of the mountain, can provide everyone with  an incredible mountain biking holiday.


Our    goal  through all we do  at Karamoja.org is to empower the local people and to assist them in creating positive change in their communities.   The Tepeth People, a small indigenous  people  of the region live on the shoulders of MT Moroto, where the   great mountain biking is.  We have held meeting with them to sensitize them to mountain bikes and they are in   favor of having  them in their territory. 


We are teaching trail building and funds from  Karamoja cycling jerseys and  funds  from the Tour of Karamoja and fee's charged for riding the incredible trail network will go towards the local people to help them maintain and grow the network while creating a new environmentally friendly economy for themselves and their people.


Ride, Safari and Experience Unbelievable Culture


Many places have   great riding or   great parks, but only Karamoja has both plus a culture  that is so unique that together, it makes for incredible adventures and out of this world trips. Add to this one of  the most experienced teams in cycling,   with a lot of tourism and cycling experience and you have all of the  pieces needed to be able to provide  world class cycling and adventure  trips that  you can  create and sell to your  clients who are looking for the  very best that Africa has to offer.


​Our new  cloud Based Tourism marketing approach with  portals for Karamoja  and for Cycling  in East Africa will drive  even more people to the region in search of great riding and a true cultural  experience.


​We have taught the Capacity Building  to    build sand manage the trails, but we needed to reach out in a connected world  and   find a way to bring the riders here so that  the new opportunities were  available to the people.


​ As this  model grows, we believe we have a template to export services to  ma y other communities across Africa.