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Buffalo Bikes in Africa

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Since its inception in 2005, World Bicycle Relief (www.worldbicyclerelief.org) has put over 170,000 bicycles into the hands of people living in developing countries, focused mainly on rural African communities lacking transportation infrastructure. The organization's Buffalo Bikes are high quality, rugged bikes that are specifically designed to withstand the challenging conditions of rural Africa. Photos by Brooke Slezak / World Bicycle Relief

The impact of the Buffalo Bike has been tremendous.

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