“Do your little bit of good where you are, it is those little bits of good put all together that overwhelm the world” – Desmond Tutu. Cycling across 1700 km in 11 days is no small feat and for avid cyclists Henrik Steytler, Deon Brink and Ivor Potgieter it’s all for a good cause.
The ‘Miles for a Million Tour’ challenge began early last Wednesday, 3 April, from The Commodore Hotel in Cape Town and will end on Saturday 13 April at the Jacaranda 94.2 FM Off the Beat ‘n Track Mountain Bike Day at the Red Barn in Irene, Pretoria. The heart of the challenge is to raise one million rand for the Good Morning Angles Charity, in partnership with Jacaranda 94.2 FM and Legacy Lifestyle.
The team will make various stops along their journey from The Commodore Hotel all the way through Wellington, Ceres, Kouebokkeveld, Houdenbek Farm, Tankwa Padstal, Tankwa River Lodge, Sutherland, Fraserburg, Carnavorn, Vosburg Town, Britstown, Potfontein, Petrusville, Van Der Kloof Dam, Luckhof, Koffiefontein, Petrusburg, Dealsville, Bultfontein, Wesselbron, Bothaville, Vredefort, Parys, The Michelangelo Hotel in Sandton, and, ending off in Centurion. Apart from cycling the team are avid photographers and videographers and shoot and edit the journey themselves, showcasing both the gruelling pathways and the beauty of South Africa as well.
Each morning there will be a live crossing to the cyclists on the Martin Bester show, on Jacaranda 94.2 FM, you can also follow their epic journey on our Facebook and Instagram pages. We would like to thank you for your contribution thus far and ask that you continue to support this incredible venture. Click here to make your contribution: http://bit.ly/2IptwNq