Re-Imagine Haiti. Imagine the Possibilities. 
Tour de Quisqueya (Haiti)

New Beginnings - Our 2nd Attempt at the 2nd Edition: 2018
Please respond here - Thank You!
Dear friends,

At the end of 2016, in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, flooding, mudslides, washed out roads and bridges, destroyed homes and businesses were a common sight, particularly in the South and South-West of Haiti. Thousands were displaced and over one hundred people perished.

We had received word from most of our friends and partners on the ground. Many of them sustained significant physical damages but fortunately remained personally unharmed.  However, food security and availability were a great concern in the weeks and months following the storm as crops and harvests had been largely destroyed. 

The situation led us to indefinitely postpone the plans we had made for the 2nd Edition of our Tour de Quisqueya in 2017...

Today, we gear up for another attempt at making this wonderful project an experience to remember in early 2018. Please assist us in this effort by:
  1. Responding to this short survey ASAP but no later than the end of the month of October
  2. Sharing the survey and spreading the word with fellow cyclists, adventurers, and Haiti aficionados
Your responses will help us with both scheduling and route / activity planning. 

Thank you | In solidarity,

CDi - Community Development International & The Léogâne Cycling Club

Tour de Quisqueya: Ride Your Bike Through Haiti, Help the Environment -- GreenSportsBlog: Writing at the Intersection of Green & Sports, by Lew Blaustein
The Holiday Season is fast approaching. Plan to do all your shopping on one convenient site and support CDi - Community Development International in the process. A percentage of your purchase will be donated to our cause. Thank you!
TdQ Cyclist Magary Aime at the Bikes for the World warehouse
Partnering with Bikes for the World

The Tour is happy to announce a pilot program with Bikes for the World through which the 2018 edition will donate a limited number (~30) of used bicycles of all sizes and kinds to its social mission partner organizations.  

Objectives include empowering people by offering a means of transport for both recreational and practical purposes, and training young bike mechanics to obtain skills in a marketable trade. Upon successful implementation and review, we hope to expand this program in years to come and to send even more bicycles to Haiti in the future,  

Please consider assisting this effort either by organizing a parts drive on our behalf (*) in your area or by contributing to the budget required for shipping these bikes to Haiti.

(*) we seek tools and gear, helmets, water bottles, cycling gloves, tubes & tires, handlebar tape etc. Please contact us if you are willing to help us meet these in-kind needs.
 We would like to thank Climate Ride and all Climate Riders past, present and future who have been pedaling in support of our Tree Planting objective in Haiti. Thanks to your efforts CDi's Miles of Trees program was able to plant well over 10,000 trees in Haiti including 4,000 during the 2016 Tour de Quisqueya.
What a blast we had on the 2017 Red White & Blue Ridge Climate Ride! Thank you! 
PLEASE help us make this  experience  everything you want and more!

But hurry! Please do respond ASAP but no later than by the end of the month of October. And SHARE with your cycling buddies! 
The Tour de Quisqueya is brought to you by CDi - Community Development International, the Léogâne Cycling Club and local and international partners.