[READ] Kiddies race to the finish at the Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge

The Kiddies Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge has started off on a playful note a week prior to the actual event.

On the 10th November 2018, hundreds of families graced the streets of Riversands Commercial Park for a cycle challenge like no other.

The road was action-packed with colourful wheels and family fun, as the annual kids event took center stage in the early hours of the morning.

Kids were treated to a photo booth to capture their excitement, and parents joined the fun with some funky paraphernalia.

Click HERE to find out more about the event, route and road closures.


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