Products that support Qhubeka

Qhubeka is thankful for our many supporters who help us to mobilise people with bicycles. From individual donors and fundraisers to corporate partners and our implementation partners, every contribution makes a difference. Various manufacturers have also chosen to support Qhubeka through product sales, whereby a percentage of the price is donated to us.

Here are some of these products, if you’d like to support us by purchasing one, either for yourself or as a gift:

Scicon Ride4Change Saddlebag

For every 50 bags purchased, Scicon funds a bicycle for one of Qhubeka’s programmes. Available for purchase here (worldwide) or here (South African orders).


Qhubeka ICE ID Bracelet

The Qhubeka In Case of Emergency Identification  (ICE ID) bracelet is ideal for cyclists, runners and other sportspeople, as well as anyone with a medical condition or allergies – information that is critical if the person is injured and needs medical treatment. The ICE ID bracelets are available in three different sizes. The strap is made of high-grade silicone and the tag is stainless steel. The tag will be laser engraved with up to six lines of personal and medical information. Available for purchase here.

Qhubeka ICE ID bracelet

Cycleforce Beaded Bracelets and Bicycles

These Qhubeka beaded Cycleforce bracelets and bicycles not only help to raise funds for Qhubeka, but also create job opportunities within the rural community of Madikwe in South Africa’s North West Province as part of the Madikwe Rural Development Programme (MRDP). Available for purchase here.

cycleforce braceletsQhubeka beaded bike

 Tom Cottrell’s Cycling Guide

In 2014 the Tom Cottrell’s Cyclists’ Guide to Road and Mountain Bike Races in South Africa, in proud association with Qubeka, celebrates its Sixth edition. Over 600 races are listed, including essential information such as dates, times and venues. Available for purchase here.

Qhubeka cycle guide

Lynda Marion Bicycle Jewellery

Lynda Marion, sterling silver jewellery, was founded by Lynda Marion about five years ago.  In 2013, while Lynda was waiting for her husband to finish a MTB race, she came up with the idea of creating sterling silver jewellery specifically for cyclists. She found that cyclists like her designs and the business blossomed. Lynda decided to donate 5% of all sales of the Cycling Jewellery range will be donated to Qhubeka. Visit Lynda’s facebook page or the online store where her jewellery is available.

Lynda Marion jewellery


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