Sponsors

The following companies, individuals and (sport) clubs have sponsored and contributed to the 99%RIDE charity foundation.
Are you interested in becoming a sponsor for 99%RIDE? There are several possibilities and different advantages when becoming a sponsor. Please send an e-mail to info@99percentride.org and our team will provide you with all the information you need.

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We our proud to have Carl Denig as one of our sponsors. They are supplying us with professional outdoor equipment necessary for this expedition.
Carl Denig has been the outdoor specialist in The Netherlands for the last 100 years. They stand for experience and passion. They carry major brands, but also have a high quality brand of their own. They are consistent in quality and service.
We are very happy to be working with Carl Denig, they are reliable, helpful and a good partner in this expedition to help people in Central & South America.

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From the very start of 99%RIDE Bruna & Bruna have supported us in multiple ways; creatively by making several logo’s and color schemes, financially and materialistically  But most of all they support us by believing in our project, having faith in us and having patience. Helping with ideas, being there when we need them and listening to what we have to say. And for that we thank them!!
Bruna & Bruna is a  creative agency specializing in online storytelling. They invent and develop online media that support your story and actively disseminate. A trustworthy partner and sponsor for 99%RIDE. We are very proud to have them with us!

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KILROY is a company specialized in offering products and services tailor made for youth and students. They aim at assisting youth and students in exploring life through travel and education. Whether it comes to travel the world or education abroad their goal is to fulfill your dreams.
Kilroy encourages young people to travel and see more of the world. The KILROY Group is one of the largest providers of travel and educational services in Northern Europe.

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”Hostelling International USA (HI-USA) is excited to host Dirk’s journey at our hostels throughout the western United States and to sponsor donation dinners for hostel guests with proceeds directly going towards the 99% RIDE fund.”
HI-USA is a nonprofit organization with the charitable mission to improve cultural understanding.  Our hostels connect travelers from different countries and backgrounds and foster cultural understanding in our network of more than 50 quality, affordable, unique hostels nationwide.

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The WakaWaka Power is a solar-powered LED lamp and charger for smartphones and other handheld devices. Thanks to support from Kickstarter backers, the Dutch company Off-Grid Solutions (www.offgridsolutions.eu) was able to create the WakaWaka Power. Off-Grid Solutions supports the WakaWaka Foundation (www.wakawakafoundation.org); a non-governmental organization dedicated to bringing light and power to people in developing countries.
99%RIDE stands behind the mission & statements of the WakaWaka Foundation and is proud to be able to use a WakaWaka Power during the expedition from Alaska to Argentina. Our rider will be passing through some of the most remote regions of the world and will definitely benefit from the WakaWaka Power.
When passing towns and cities, we hope to promote this wonderful product and therefore support the projects connected to the WakaWaka Foundation.
If you want to learn more about the WakaWaka Foundation and the WakaWaka products, check out their website: www.waka-waka.com

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What he wanted was so simple: bread, hearty and wholesome, with a firm slice and a good crust. Alain Coumont  learned about bread as a small child, standing on a chair every Sunday watching his grandmother bake bread. As a young chef in Brussels, Alain could not find the right bread for his restaurant. Passionate about quality, he returned to his roots and opened a small bakery where he could knead flour, salt and water into the rustic loaves of his childhood. He called his bakery “Le Pain Quotidien“.
Le Pain Quotidien (the daily bread) has a very strong philosophy, which 99%RIDE stands by. We are proud to have them as one of our sponsors for this epic expedition. Helping each other and helping communities.
So how do you pronounce their name? It sounds like this: luh paN koh-ti-dyaN.

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From the first day the 99%RIDE project was announced, everybody concerned with cycling Team HBH from Amsterdam has been a wonderful support. Our rider, Dirk Spits, has been cycling on and off with this great team for the past ten years.
Competing in national and international amateur races, Team HBH has proven itself multiple times on several occasions. From the famous ‘La Marmotte’ in France to the classic Belgium races like ‘The Tour of Flanders’ and ‘Liège–Bastogne–Liège. An amateur team that adds that extra touch in cycling you sometimes need; the beers & talks after a heavy Tuesday evening training, new people being introduced and welcomed every season, the laughter and joy during every ride.
99%RIDE is very proud to have such a great group of friends supporting them during this expedition.

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TGO design-advertisement-printed matter based in Uden, The Netherlands helped us out with all our printed matter.  Stickers, banners, magnet stickers for our car, t-shirts, you name it, they  made it possible.
We’re very happy to have you guys on board.

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Explore the world with KILROY travels. They offer backpacking and off the beaten track experiences for youth, students and other adventurous travelers..
99%RIDE is very happy to have Kilroy as one of our sponsors. They are helping us out with financial support as well as motivational!

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Nature’s Path is a family-run, passionately independent, sustainably-driven, deliciously-healthy organic food company that believes in “leaving the earth better than we found it”. Yes, that’s quite a mouthful, but they have a lot to say. So yes, sometimes it’s OK to talk with your mouthful.
During the 99%RIDE expedition our rider eats between 10-14 granola bars per day. Being on the bike for 6-8 hours asks a lot, physically speaking. To give him the right energy we’ve received an awesome amount of delicious, organic granola bars (Certified Organic!) from Nature’s Path.
Thanks again for the wonderful granola bars!

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Jan van Schooten has helped us out a great deal with some of the imagery we have. Next to that he has been a very generous donator for the 99%RIDE Foundation and has been a great supporter from the start of the project.
Thanks again for all you support, Jan! Keep shooting great pictures!

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Columbia Sportswear, one of the biggest and best outdoor brands there is if you ask us,  keeps us warm and dry in extreme weather conditions.  Columbia’s headquarters is situated in Portland, Oregon. We want to thank you guys for making our adventure much more comfortable on the rainy and snowy days this winter.

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Rip wants to revolutionize the forgettable American coffee run.  Rip van Wafels makes these delicious Dutch ‘stroopwafels’. We like Rips stroopwafels, they work as excellent cycling fuel for our rider Dirk.  Rip likes that we are thinking adventurous and that we want to change something in this world. We are proud that Rip believes in what we are doing and that his company is an official 99%RIDE product sponsor.

Are you interested in becoming a sponsor for 99%RIDE? There are several possibilities and different advantages when becoming a sponsor. Please send an e-mail to info@99percentride.org and our team will provide you with all the information you need.