Nepal Mountain Biking

Social Project

Giving back to our community

Pokhara Mountain Bike is a pioneer in Nepal starting the trend to give back to the community while running an ethical, responsible and sustainable business. Pokhara Mountain Bike has built a reputation for offering free weekly mountain bike training to local disadvantaged children.  We organize free coaching for those children who otherwise would have no access to ride mountain bikes because their parents cannot afford to buy bikes for them. We also offer mentoring and job opportunities to those who have less opportunity to access mainstream society due to their lower social background.

We are proud to share our achievement that some children we trained have already become guides on our team. We have been organizing free health screening camps in rural areas and also provide school support (stationery, monthly tuition fee, uniforms, and counseling) to needy children and street children from the slum communities of Pokhara and rural areas in the mountains. Pokhara Mountain Bike takes pride in being a local company supporting good causes and doing our part to give back to our community.

We do our best to include small initiatives into almost everything we do to get involved to make the world a better place. We are very thankful to those organizations and individuals who have joined hands with us to ensure that our initiatives are successful by offering knowledge, time, funds, and awareness. We are also very thankful to all our clients who have supported us by choosing to spend their holidays with us in Nepal.

Here is a list of projects we have completed in our community:

  • When there is no school and free day for children, we provide a weekly program for local disadvantaged children.  We take them on outings on bikes; provide coaching classes such as teaching the body position for riding up hill and downhill and other biking and life skills. 
  • We solicit donations from private schools and provide services to poor children in the government schools.  We provide stationary items, notebooks, pens, pencils, uniforms, and pay the tuition fee for disadvantage children. 
  • Offer a free health camp once a year with a basic health check- up, screening, and referrals to hospitals.   The camps are in Syangja and Kutumsa rural villages and the slums of Pokhara.
  • Awareness program jointly with TAAN (Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal) and Lions Club to pick up the litter from Fewa Lake and the streets in Lakeside.
  • Advocating and promoting mountain biking and healthy lifestyle among city dwellers.