mothers2mothers (m2m) is transforming lives each and every day. Over the past 15 years we have reached almost 1.5 million HIV-positive women with life-saving education and support, but we cannot stop now. In its third year running, Cycle to Zero is taking us one step closer to an HIV-free generation.

From 20th – 25th October 2018, we will be embarking on an epic four day cycle across the Eastern Cape in South Africa – the birthplace of m2m – for what promises to be a life changing journey. Along the way cyclists will have the unique opportunity of visiting m2m sites and meeting the incredible team of Mentor Mothers, staff, volunteers and clients who make up our organisation.

Be part of the journey and help raise vital funds for making zero transmission of HIV a reality.

For more details, see our Cycle 2 Zero 2018 information pack.

Complete our booking form to confirm your place on the cycle now!

Cycle to Zero South Africa 2018 Map

Cycle 2 Zero South Africa 2018

With three routes to choose from, each specially designed to suit all abilities, Cycle 2 Zero is a challenge that anyone can participate in. For 2018, we will be heading to the Eastern Cape of South Africa – ‘the place where the sun rises’. Our cycling adventure will encompass dramatic landscapes and remote villages, as we pedal across the long winding roads hugging the coast from Port Elizabeth to East London. Along the way, you will get the chance to meet with our wonderful team of staff, volunteers and clients and visit m2m sites to see first-hand how your support is helping.

Meet the Team!

Get to know the amazing group of participants who will be taking part in Cycle 2 Zero South Africa 2018. Click here to view each individual’s JustGiving profile for your chance to support, share and donate.
Interested in joining Cycle 2 Zero South Africa 2018? Click here for more information!

Photo & Video Gallery

Cycle 2 Zero is an experience like no other. From our inaugural cycle in 2014 from Swaziland, to our Malawi 2016 ride, we take a look back at the incredible journeys we've embarked on. Photography by Aidan O’Neill @AONphoto

Cycle to Zero Videos day by day #Highs2Lows

Meet the Buddies!

To celebrate the success Cycle 2 Zero, we are offering a few coveted places for m2m staff through our buddy scheme! The buddy scheme gives 3 m2m staff members from South Africa the opportunities to participate in the Cycle to Zero event on behalf of m2m supporters worldwide who cannot take part in this year's ride but are still keen to be involved or donate in some way to the challenge.
Does this cycle challenge ignite your inner adrenalin junkie or perhaps appeal to your colleague sitting at the computer opposite? Well then, listen up; we are offering 3 coveted Cycle 2 Zero places for m2m staff participation. Our m2m buddy scheme offers individuals who are unable to take part in the challenge, but still wish to be involved, the chance to nominate YOU to ride in their place. They will cover the minimum sponsorship fee, all you have to do is get on your bike and share your experiences. Simply click here in order to download an information sheet and then email samina.hassan@m2m.org to register.

Corporate Sponsors & Partners

Click here to take a look at the exciting corporate sponsorship opportunities that Cycle 2 Zero 2018 has to offer, as well as check out who our incredible Corporate Partners are!
Cycle 2 Zero combines direct access to projects whilst fundraising to support m2m’s vital work. Now in its third year running, this immersive cycling challenge is going from strength to strength. For our next Cycle 2 Zero challenge, we are hoping to raise even more funds for helping women and their families access essential services and medical care. As well as individuals from Europe, North America and Africa, we are inviting corporate teams to support us as we embark on another life-saving journey. Please take a look at our Corporate Sponsorship pack, and contact samina.hassan@m2m.org if you would like to support the event or discuss potential partnership with mothers2mothers. Ending HIV is a team effort and we need you on our team.