And they're off!

Team Wild Ride have set off on their super cycling challenge!

They're pedalling 400km across the wilds of Zambia, stopping off at DSWF funded projects along the way.
Follow their adventures here, as the team raises vital funds to help our work.

Please donate if you can!

Visit to the Elephant Orphanage Project

The Wild Ride team have arrived in Zambia and their adventure has begun, with a poignant visit to the Elephant Orphanage Project on the outskirts of Lusaka.

The cycle ride has begun!

The team are finally on their bikes and on their way. They've survived the first 75km - despite being bitten to bits by flies!

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Visit to the Mukambi Community School

The team took time out from their 400km ride to visit a school in Mukambi.

They had great fun 'making rain' with the children!

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Sweet singing from super cyclist Laura!

Super Wild Ride cyclist and singing star Laura Wright treated the community at Mukambi to a special rendition of Amazing Grace – what an amazing voice!
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Singing and dancing with the women of Mukambi!

Music, singing and dancing are an important part of life in Zambia, so when team Wild Ride visited the women’s group in Mukambi, they just had to get involved.

See the their dance floor moves here:

Sharing Sports Skills

With a professional cricketer, a rugby player and a PE teacher in team Wild Ride, the children of Kafue were in for some serious sports coaching!

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Visit to Camp Phoenix

The Wild Ride team have just spent the day at Camp Phoenix, the second stage of releasing orphaned elephants back into the wild.

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Mission Accomplished!

They’ve been bitten to bits by tsetse flies, suffered rough roads, sore bottoms, broken bikes and exhaustion – but they did it!

Our amazing Wild Ride team – Andrew White, Harry Rowland, Jacques Rudolph and Laura Wright – have finished their epic 400km cycle across Zambia.