Enfields Overland has graciously decided to match up to $15k in donations to Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe’s Community Playground Campaign – Let the Kids Play!

Enfields Overland is an epic team of two, Jorik Blom and Mark Kirby, who are originally from South Africa. Blom currently resides in South Lake Tahoe and Kirby in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey.

They will be setting off from South Lake Tahoe in April 2024 and ride their way through the Baja Peninsula, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, ending up at their final destination of Panama City in Panama. They will be taking this 5,000 mile route on Royal Enfield Motorcycles, calling it the Central America by Royal Enfield (CARE) challenge.

Blom and Kirby chose the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe to be one of their nonprofits to donate to for this adventure. They are very dedicated to raising funds as well as awareness for the organizations they support.

“We are super excited to be able to support the Boys and Girls Club. Being part of this community and seeing the good BGCLT does has inspired us to bring more awareness to the lives they touch and the work they do,” said Blom.  “Our goal is to raise $15,000 which will be matched by a gracious donor in our community. Living in such an adventure-rich environment, we hope our motorcycle adventure inspires others to use their passions in supporting our community.”

Help their mission and double your impact by donating to the BGCLT Community Playground match donation from February 1 to April 1, 2024: bit.ly/enfields4bgclt

They plan to share their updates and discoveries along the way.  Follow them on social media: Facebook, Instagram, Youtube. Also, if you would like to help their travels and gear needs, visit their website https://www.enfieldsoverland.org/.