Let’s raise funds for BEN and sponsor our very own Founder of Bicycling Empowerment Network, Louis de Waal,
Louis is not only one of the FABULOUS 6 CYCLISTS who have competed in all Cape Town Cycle Tours since the introduction date in 1978, but he is fit and at 80 years old, is ready to cycle his 40th cycle tour. Nothing will make Louis happier than to raise funds for the NPO he created with such passion, and that has played such a huge part in his life bringing awareness to cycling and so much more ……….
Louis we are so proud of you. Let’s pay respect to Louis and sponsor this great achievement. We challenge you to make a cash donation or sponsor per km (R2/km equates to R218 for the competing in the 2018 CTCT)
Details for Payment :- Bicycling Empowerment Network, FNB
Bank, Account number 62034204082. Branch code 200409
Please use ref : Louis/cycletour/Name
Lets do this for Louis!
Meet part of the BEN Cape Town Cycle Team riding to raise funds for BEN in memory of their dear friend Andrew Janisch
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Receive a Velotex BEN cycling shirt when you become a ‘Friend of BEN’ through your monthly support of R100 or once off donation of R1000.
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Following on from Nelson Mandela’s vision of making a positive difference to the lives of others, BEN recently donated 30 bicycles, helmets, locks and tool kits to individuals and organisations with a need for mobility during July, in celebration of Mandela Day.
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