UK-based Black Unity Bike Ride arrive in Ghana to raise GHS130,000 to support the Vida Cycling Program
UK-based organisation, Black Unity Bike Ride are in Ghana with some top members within the cycling team to solicit for funds. They are in the West African Country to support the Vida Cycling program.
The team have targeted for GHS130,000 funds to support the agenda.
The Black Unity Bike Ride was founded by Tokundo Ajasa-Oluwa and based in United Kingdom. It’s charity initiative program which begun in the mist of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cyclists are from the United Kingdom, the USA, and the Middle East and would compete to win laurels as the BUBR aims to reach its target of raising the funds to support the project. It aims to encourage more Black people to enjoy cycling and prioritise their health and well-being.
18-top class cyclist joined the team to Ghana with some from the USA, UK and the middle East. They will compete to win laurels as the Black Unity Bike Ride aims to reach its target of raising the funds to support the project.
The special ride tour, which commences on the 15th of April 2023, consists of 500km of cycling across four days and destinations include Cape Coast, Assin Manso, Takoradi, and Akosombo.