- What is the Black Unity Bike Ride (BUBR)?
The BUBR is a series of activations that encourages holistic wellness amongst the Black community. Our flagship activation is our annual 15-mile bike ride across London, and we also have smaller monthly activations.
- Why does the BUBR exist?
There is under-representation of Black cyclists at all levels of the sport from elite level to grassroots. The BUBR symbolises Black Unity, Black Empowerment and Black Community.
- How do I volunteer at the BUBR?
The initiative is powered by a majority team of passionate volunteers. We are always on the hunt for new volunteers that conduct themselves professionally, see our vision and buy into our values. You can volunteer in several ways, to express your interest in volunteering with BUBR just fill in the forms here.
- How can I donate to BUBR?
You can donate here – all donations go towards covering the cost of our various events.
- How can I be kept up to date with all BUBR activations?
- What is the BUBR Alliance?
BUBR is an entity owned by New Initiatives Youth & Community Association (Charity Number 1121523). The BUBR Alliance consists of 20+ black-led cycling collectives and utilises its collective power, network and influence to bring about positive change in the Black community.
The BUBR Alliance is constantly growing and currently includes Black Muslim Women Bike, Black Riders Association, Bros Bike Club, Bike Life Kartel, Black Women On Wheels, Chain Gang Cyclists, East London Riderz, Girls Ride Out 2, Lynmore Ladies, No Limit Cycling Club, NW Ryders, Ridefest, Ride 4 Unity, Rough Rider Velo, Sikh Cycling Network, Soul Riders Cycling Club, Team ORIGIN, TAMMLM, The Cannon Riderz, TWR, Women of Colour Cycling Collective
- How do I get in touch with the BUBR Team?
For media related enquiries please email PR@blackunitybikeride.com
For merchandise related enquiries please email email@example.com
All other enquires should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org