On 15 September 2012, Bicycle Cape Town hosted CycleLINKS 0,3 Gugulethu. More than 60 cyclists from various communities – including Imfundo, Lavender Hill, Manenberg, and Gugulethu – put foot to pedal to share in the joy of cycling.
Participants started off the morning by meeting at Athlone Stadium and travelled to Pisto’s for a ride around the neighbourhood. This was followed by a braai and a discussion about building a cycling culture in and around Cape Town. The speakers included Sipho Nhlapo of Velokhaya, Monde and Charles from Gugulethu Cycling Club, Andrew Wheeldon from BEN (the Bicycling Empowerment Network), as well as Shaun Borotha and Nomfundo Ndobontwana from the Department of Transport. fake vacheron constantin watches The younger participants relayed their stories about the positive influence that being a member of a cycling club has had in their lives.
This event was held to raise awareness of the need for safe road use for all. The members of Bicycle Cape Town enjoyed a day filled with the spirit of camaraderie as they explored different neighbourhoods and interacted with the communities who live there.
CycleLINKS is the official gathering of the community of Bicycle Cape Town members. This gathering establishes a space for networking, and facilitates the sharing of ideas and campaign updates. The CycleLINKS event is hosted by different venues in Cape Town and surrounds, and this helps to ensure the engagement of the greater community of Cape Town.
Visit http://www.bicyclecapetown.org/ to find out how you can join this organisation for positive change in Cape Town.
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