Half Way Cycle

Half Way Cycle 2019

On December 12th 2019, our team will embark on a cycling event that will start from Nairobi and end on the shores of Lake Victoria. This will be the second time we will be cycling to raise awareness about our Restorative Justice Program and funds for our work. Fundraising proceeds will directly support Lifesong Kenya’s […]

The ride that changed the way I view my work with vulnerable groups

Half Way Cycle 2018: Day 2 Aloe Park, Naivasha to Gees Inn, Nakuru Distance Cycled: 205 KM This is a continuation of How My Maiden Cycling Adventure Unfolded. For the next one week I will be sharing what happened during my maiden 500 KM bike ride to raise funds for my work with boys in juvenile prison. Don't be fooled [...]

The Amazing Things that Happened on Day 2

Half Way Cycle 2018: Day 2 Aloe Park, Naivasha to Gees Inn, Nakuru Distance Cycled: 205 KM This is a continuation of How My Maiden Cycling Adventure Unfolded. For the next one week I will be sharing what happened during my maiden 500 KM bike ride to raise funds for my work with boys in juvenile [...]

Where the Rubber Met the Hot Hard Tarmac

Half Way Cycle 2018: Day 1 CITAM Woodley to Aloe Park, Naivasha Distance Cycled: 100 KM This is a continuation of How My Maiden Cycling Adventure Unfolded. For the next one week I will be sharing what happened during my maiden 500 KM bike ride to raise funds for my work with boys in juvenile prison. [...]

This is How My Maiden Cycling Adventure Unfolded

Much as it is close to a month since the end of my maiden 500 KM cycling event, I am still drained. It is a mental, physical and - even - spiritual drain that I am unable to shake off.   I still go through the day with a strong urge to sleep for 6 [...]

Waylong Gets a Bike from Sam Kibiko

Sam Kibiko (wearing cycling helmet) visited and shared tips on effective fundraising through cycling “Give a man a fish and feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime. Teach a man to cycle and he will realize fishing is stupid and boring” – Desmond Tutu During our last [...]

Collecting and Piecing Fragments Together

Failing to stop in time to save this chameleon shattered something inside of me Waylong has been visiting with us. It was the second time he was visiting and this time he only stayed for a few days. Something happened today that reminded me about yesterday's disappointment during our morning bike ride. We didn't have [...]

Route Mapping is Over

Route mapping is over and now comes the interesting part. Find out what else happened. Our team takes a photo with Rev Anthony Makena, Senior Pastor CITAM Nakuru I am at the shop. However, I am so tired and feeling like going back home so I can take time off and rest. I should be [...]
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