Join me in helping young students in African communities so they also conquer the challenge of distance, achieve independence and thrive. Collectively with citizenMovement*, we want to fund 2,500 bikes by the end of 2019.
Cycling became part of my daily routine since moving to the Netherlands in 2008. It’s fun, gives freedom, has several health benefits, it’s an affordable (for many!) way of transport, has minimum maintenance, and it’s green. Cycling is almost part of the DNA of everyone here, so as mine now.
I feel excited with the opportunity to help improving the mobility of others, facilitated by citizenMovement* and World Bicycle Relief, supporting young students who can’t afford bikes.
To raise awareness, my journey is being shared on instagram, from training to the big event on the 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th June, 2019. I’m joining a team of great likeminded “mobile citizens*” by cycling about 500 KM from Paris to Rotterdam.
My goal is to reach €1000 and you can support by donating any amount in which you feel comfortable with.
- citizenMovement on citizenmovement.bike and citizenm.com/citizenmovement
- World Bicycle Relief on worldbicyclerelief.org
My journey is being shared through Instagram at @diegosartori
“A bicycle means better attendance, improved academic performance, and a higher chance of staying in school. What took hours on foot can now be completed in minutes!”
*citizenM stands for citizen mobile. As mobile citizens, we feel fortunate to reach destinations easily, which led us to the creation of the citizenMovement Foundation in 2017, inspiring everyone to improve mobility and help others. Our goal: to shorten the distance between people and opportunities by giving them the gift of mobility.