PaxX Global Cycling was founded in 2008. Pax is Latin for 'peace'. The second X refers to Christ. This emphasizes the Christian identity. We want to expressly testify to our faith in Jesus Christ. Our activities are mainly situated in the secular world, while on the other hand we want to stimulate and encourage Christians in their passion for cycling. We cycle and act in line with the Bible. In this way we want to implement the gospel.


Cycling is an excellent way to bring people together and support each other sportingly. In a way where respect and norms and values are the starting point. And the gospel of Jesus Christ comes into its own. We do not ride against each other, but with each other, pushing sporting and mental boundaries. A cycling club is a reflection of society, because racing takes place at every (social) level. So there are also people on a racing bike or mountain bike who need help; in word or deed.
In concrete terms, this manifests itself in training together and completing cycling events on a racing bike and/or mountain bike. Going to competitions together and sometimes opening the Bible together. We are open to people who are looking for answers to the meaning of life, but also to people who are looking for friendship, respect and support.

Is PaxX Global Cycling only intended for Christians? No definitely not! We are open to everyone.


We are continuing our internationalization and have developed 6 international teams: Belgium, The Netherlands, Canada, Uganda, Gambia and Ghana. 

One of our African projects is the Gambia Project. Since 2012 we started a team in Gambia. It is not easy to get cycling off the ground in an African culture, but by 2023 they will already have more than 20 cyclists.
Another project currently underway is Learning to Cycle for adults and ladies. The aim is, among other things, to teach asylum seekers to cycle safely in busy traffic on public roads. We do this through providing cycling initiations and clinics.
In our Nations Tour project, our focus is on countries or regions where there is no cycling culture at all. The intention is to promote the bicycle to the farthest corners as a means of transport, as a sport, as the ultimate form of freedom.