Relief Riders International is a humanitarian-based, adventure travel company that creates horseback and motorcycle journeys through remote, rural areas while providing humanitarian aid to local people. Since 2004 we have been able to improve the lives of over 25,000 people, including 18,700 children in India, Turkey, and Ecuador.
"What a profound and uplifting journey! Relief Riders International has crafted the perfect travel adventure. A rich sense of purpose, a humanitarian mission delivering goats to impoverished villagers, school supplies to hundreds of students, participating in dental and medical camps - it was awesome!" — Peg Steley, Relief Rider read more...
November 2016 Pushkar Relief Ride
Join us on a very special Relief Ride as we ride across the Thar Desert on our way to the world's largest horse and camel fair- India's largest cultural attraction. Our ride takes us from the ancient village of Kasumbi to the Pushkar fair as we perform our humanitarian programs in the villages we visit along the way.
November 3 - 17, 2016
February 2017 Bikaner Relief Ride
This epic Relief Ride will have us return to the breathtaking dune landscapes of the Bikaner region of northwestern Rajasthan. Our Relief Ride starts from the beautiful, historic village of Bikaner, an ancient oasis for traders traveling by camel along the routes of central Asia and the coast of Gujarat. Our Relief Ride provides us the opportunity to travel through these remote, stunning landscapes inhabited for centuries by the Bishnoi tribes.
February 18 - March 3, 2017
March 2017 Royal Enfield Desert Relief Ride
Join us on our maiden journey as we ride India's legendary Royal Enfield Motorcycles across the Thar desert of Rajasthan. This magnificent expedition weaves our signature brand of adventure and humanitarian work on an awe inspiring 1800 km road trip that spans most of the length and breathe of the land of the Maharajas. Riding through the Aravelli hills into the Thar desert, from stunning serpentine hill climbs to single lane rural desert roads, and staying in remarkable ancient forts and tented camps.
March 16 - March 28, 2017