Viva la Bicicletta – Cuba Work Bikes

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  • James

    I volunteer at in Chicago which collects bikes in the area and sends them to other countries.We have sent several containers to Cuba.It is great see bikes getting put to work.

    • Darryl is Loving the Bike

      Hi James, it’s awesome that you volunteer at Working Bikes.  I’d like to feature that organization in a future post for sure.  Glad you liked the pictures.

  • Anonymous

    revolution is a common  factor among cyclists, tat said I’m off for 3wks of cuba. Taking a bike to leave,see bikes for cuba.

  • Eric Hutchins

    Nice Flags on the 3 wheeler :).
    Cool post.

  • Anonymous

    Love this story.  Love the pictures.  And I also love the fact that Cuba doesn’t have a huge North American influence.   I really hope to visit there someday….and definitely bring bikes! 

  • Kathy Campbell

    We had two wonderful trips to Cuba and know that the bikes that we left with friends there are really appreciated.  We were inspired to cycle Cuba by our friend Carl who is an amazing cycling senior.  He has cycled in Cuba for 7 trips and can kick my butt on a bicycle anytime.  Note also that there are buildings devoted to safe bicycle parking in most towns and all of our guest house hosts welcommed our bikes into the house.  Check out World Community  They do excellent community to community work educating us as well as giving us the means to donate to Nicaragua and Cuba. 

  • Blake Jr

    I’ve always wanted to go to Cuba and heard it’s a nice place to ride.  I hope to get over there for some sun and cycling and I’ll have to look for working bikes as well.

  • Jennifer

    Beautiful photos.  I think it is juts brilliant what you have done in Cuba and I find it inspiring.  Thank you for sharing your story.

  • Pam

    This is a facinating story and the pictures are just wonderful.  This reminds me of the time I spent in central America and would often see similar type bikes there.  The term “working bikes” is perfect.