A unique journey on two wheels...

What is it?

Cycle for Safe Water 2020 follows a new, spectacular route through India's Andhra Pradesh. Over six days (and 400km), you'll take on the hills of the Eastern Ghats mountain range, coast along the ocean road, navigate bustling towns and pedal through rural villages where your fellow road-users are cows and goats instead of cars.

Experience some of India's least-visited regions and see its most vibrant and breathtaking landscapes. Along the way, you'll visit a handful of villages and meet people whose lives have been transformed with safe, clean drinking water and sanitation.

Register here to join Cycle for Safe Water 2020 today.

Do it, do it. Do the challenge. You'll have a great time, you'll have a marvellous introduction to India and a terrific time cycling. My advice to anyone thinking about it is: just do it!

Jane Gibbons, Cycle for Safe Water rider 2018

Who are FRANK Water?

 

FRANK Water Is A Safe Water & Sanitation Charity. Since 2005, we've provided safe water & sanitation to more than 403,000 people.

How FRANK Water began

Award winning social entrepreneur Katie Alcott founded FRANK Water in 2005 after she contracted dysentery from drinking dirty water. Today, FRANK Water is a registered charity and social enterprise.

FRANK Water Projects

As a registered charity, FRANK Water works with some of the most deprived communities in India and Nepal to help them secure safe, clean drinking water and sanitation.

FRANK Water Limited

Our social enterprise donates 100% profit to our charity. Find out more about bottled spring water, refillable bottles & water coolers & our Festival Refill Service

Find out more

Get more information about the work of FRANK Water on on our main website at frankwater.com or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube.

Katie Alcott in India, visiting one of the FRANK Water communities
Katie Alcott visiting a FRANK Water project
Woman drinks from FRANK Water Tap
Drinking from FRANK Water installed tap

Watch our fim - Sangita: how safe water transformed one girl’s life