Women go green on International Day of Female Riders

In Summary

• The women comprised small groups with 25 in Olepolos, 15 in Karura and 20 at Bomas.

• With an aim of taking responsibility for their carbon emissions from their bikes, the riders dimmed it fit to contribute to a culture of planting, growing and appreciating trees.

Angela Khasandi, Debbie Kivuva, Alexandra Chege and Rose Nginga showcase their acquirer seedlings before planting.
Angela Khasandi, Debbie Kivuva, Alexandra Chege and Rose Nginga showcase their acquirer seedlings before planting.
Image: COURTESY

Sixty female riders got together on Saturday for a thrilling activity which saw them ride and engage in tree planting.

The women comprised small groups with 25 in Olepolos, 15 in Karura and 20 at Bomas.

With an aim of taking responsibility for their carbon emissions from their bikes, the riders dimmed it fit to contribute to a culture of planting, growing and appreciating trees.

The move was in collaboration with Miti Alliance, Throtte Queens, and Inked Sisterhood in creating awareness around conservation.

At Ngong, 12, 000 Seedballs donated by Miti Alliance were mostly dispersed through Catapults.