The Zycling wheel is the hub of Zycling.org. These are the organisations I support and that I believe make the world better. When I cycle I dip into these organisations: I stay on a organic Whoofing farm, I enjoy the Servas hospitality and my whole cycling is dedicated to sponsoring the charities. 

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WWOOF

WWOOF
World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms  There are a number of lists for this organization, eg. WWOOF UK , WWOOF independents, which covers a more world wide farm network, and Australia and New Zealand have their own lists. I imagine this would be true of the US though I haven’t visited their farms. Though...
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SERVAS

SERVAS
SERVAS was initiated in 1949 by Bob Luitweiler, a United States’ conscientious objector. While traveling in post-war Europe he grew to believe it was possible to build a foundation for world peace by creating opportunities for people to meet and learn through visits in each others’ homes. During his travels he...
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Indian schools

  Traveling around India with a Brompton in the winter of 2012 I heard these awful stories about the corruption which is so rife, and in the very inadequate schools for the poor, the teachers often don’t turn up as they are so poorly paid. So when I met Jon Ellis...
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Mag

Mag
  MAG Saves Lives. Builds Futures. A couple of years ago I arrived in Phonsavan, Lao, and visited the Plain of Jars, a still unknown mysterious ancient civilization that was heavily bombed during the Vietnam War. It happened to be on the Ho Chi Minh Trail.  25% of it’s villages are...
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SUSTRANS

SUSTRANS
  Britain’s National Cycle Network In the late 70′s a small army of committed volunteers spent three months constructing the first five miles of an old disused Midlands Railway track  into a cycling and walking path, which with many more route marked quiet country lanes became over 10,000 miles of pleasant cycling...
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