Kenya is, in many ways, synonymous to “safari”. Bike safaris in Kenya introduces the traveler to the country’s world renowned wildlife, stunning landscape and vibrant cultures. With a variety of cycling trails through conservancies in Athi River and the Hell’s Gate National Park; a challenging climb up the green tea highlands and ultimately Mount Kenya;

Towards the end of last year (2015), a bunch of cyclists (myself included) were embarking on one of the craziest and toughest Baiskeli Adventure so far: cycling over 600km from Nairobi to Mombasa over Christmas period to raise funds for Child of Mercy Orphanage Centre. The orphanage needed support in finishing the constructions they had

Mother Teresa, her face painted in black and white and her words bold, “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love” commands a presence within these corridors. Martin Luther King Jr, Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi, are all immortality sharing their wisdom with the children that

“Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this, a Lakeside Bike Tour. Most people go a lifetime, without such special moments.    I’m standing at the top of Gwasi Hills with the waterfall rumbling away beside me, and the expansive view of Lake Victoria before me. All to myself. I feel the hot

“By the way, will there be a few other beginner cyclists too? Because the last time I tried a cycling event like this, when we started I blinked and everybody was gone!!” This was a text message from one of the Baiskeli Adventurers who had just signed up for our August Lake Naivasha Bike and