From Sun City to Table Bay, the Charity Cycling Organisation aims to give back

25 cyclists are set to ride 1749 km from Sun City to the Table Bay for charity. One of the cyclists Yusuf Morris joined #WeekendBreakfast host Africa Melane to chat about the initiative, and how they will be giving back to the community.

Morris says that the initiative stems from the love of cycling, and also it’s about giving back to the community.

It is a Charity Cycling Organisation, and the cyclists do raise money for certain charities that we donate to at certain venues along the route.

Yusuf Morris, cyclist

At the charity cycling club we primarily raise money, and handover bicycles to assist in the rural areas so people have a mode of transport.

Each cyclist on the tour is given a path and we have to raise a certain amount of money every year.

Yusuf Morris, cyclist

Click on the link below to find out how you can make a difference…


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : From Sun City to Table Bay, the Charity Cycling Organisation aims to give back


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