How would you like to enable blind and amputee cyclists, alongside able-bodied riders, to take on a challenge that the world told them was impossible?
Adventures Beyond Barriers Foundation will take cyclists with and without disability on an inclusive tandem-cycling expedition from Manali to Khardung La, our fourth batch since 2017. And we’re calling on you to be a part of this historic cause!
Our first batch from August 9 to 19 this year is now full.
You can be a part of our legendary expedition by donating to our epic cause. By doing so, you are helping make this world a more inclusive and empathetic space. What’s more? You can save taxes while changing the world—for all your donations, you will get an 80G certificate that will give you a tax exemption.
“Fill your life with experiences, not things. Embark on enriching journeys and come back with stories and life-changing perspectives.”
If you were nodding your head at that quote, then we are looking for you to ride/crew with us to make the world a more inclusive space. To participate in this cycling expedition, please click the button below and fill the form. We’ll get in touch with you. Type as fast as you can because we will close applications as soon as our SECOND batch is full.
“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair.”—Nelson Mandela
M2K began with this very idea in 2016. Our Founder, Divyanshu Ganatra, decided to embark on a cycling expedition because well, he loves cycling, and he wanted to to open new avenues for millions of people with and without disability to play together and do what the world said is “impossible”. He cycled and cycled how, shattering records and stereotypes by becoming India’s first blind tandem cyclist to cycle from Manali to Khardung La, covering a distance of over 550 kilometres in just eight days.
In 2017, this dream of opening a new avenue of getting people with and without disability to play together came true with your generous support—we took two inclusive batches on the M2K cycling expedition, encouraging our participants to push their boundaries while breaking societal barriers in the process. In August 2018, we created history yet again by taking seven cyclists with disability and 10 able-bodied riders to the mountains, all cycling to the top of the highest motorable road in the world at 18,380 feet. Our accomplishments make headlines every year and in 2019, we are all set to do it again. Not once, but twice.