By promoting the cycling lifestyle, we aim to raise awareness about the consequences of environmental pollution and to have a positive impact on the community.

Achievements so far...

Single speed bikes donated to the community
Kgs of plastic waste collected
Registered supporters and volunteers
Bikes repaired for the local community
Youth trained on bicycles repair & mechanic skills

How to get involved

You can either volunteer to take part in any or all of the projects or simply donate money, bicycle(s), components and spares. One Bike Tanzania provides MTB Tour Tanzania.

When you book any of our cycling tours you also directly contribute to our projects as 40% of our proceeds goes to finance these projects. .

Feel free to explore in detail the project you wish to get involved in by clicking on its corresponding image below.


Recycling Tour

On a monthly “cycling to recycle” event we gather people to cycle around Moshi – using a special backpack tailor made from recycled materials – collecting plastic bottles for recycling.
The Re-Cycling Tour is being extended to schools in a hope to engage kids and their families.

RIDE.. repair.. learn

One Bike Workshop

We offer mechanical training program for youth taking place weekly in our bike shop. It is an opportunity for them to develop a professional skill, to have an income, and to serve the community where they live. 
In addition they may become spreaders of bicycle lifestyle in their own social circle. 


One Bike Nomad​

On the 15th of every month, we take our tools to one of the villages in our region to offer free bike repair and maintenance. Bikes are an important mean of transportation in the villages and sometimes one bike can be shared among many different people. This project ensures that the communities we serve have their bicycles in perfect condition so that they can do their daily activities such as going to their farm, work, school or hospital.


One Bike Mobility

Through our partners and collaborators, we donate bicycles to attend different needs of our community, such as students that live very far away from school, people from remote areas who need transportation to hospitals or men and women that are out of work due to lack of transportation.