Did you know that you can make a massive difference to a worthy cause by fundraising as part of our 2019 event? This year we invite you to cycle with a smile by fundraising for a good cause!
So why not set up a fundraising project today and make your ride count? It’s free, quick and secure. Click here for more info —> How to fundraise with Tsogo Sun Amashova
Click here to view the GivenGain Platform and to choose your charity – https://www.givengain.com/e/amashova2019/
When you are done, share your new project link with your family and friends, asking them for donations to help you make a positive impact.
There will be no separate Charity Batch – each cyclist will ride in their seeded batch.
The top 3 charities with the most donations on Monday 2 September will be given the chance to have a space at registration to recruit more cyclists.
Got a question? Ask our official fundraising platform partner, GivenGain, at [email protected]
Are you a Corporate and would like to raise money for your chosen charity? Click here for information on Corporate Charity info —> Corporate GivenGain info
Road Safety Bike Park
Road safety is a primary concern for the Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic – we believe that well educated citizens are essential to developing responsible road users for the future. The children learn the rules of the road in a practical manner using the bikes on a specially designed track that incorporates all aspects of road design they may encounter whilst using the roads. In light of the increasing demands of a rapidly growing city, and the need for non motorised transport we believe the Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic has a vital role to play in ensuring the safety of all road users in the City. The City of Durban acknowledged this initiative in their “Imagine Durban” publication on innovation and sustainability and we are now ready to roll this concept out to other areas in desperate need of this unique school based road safety educational plan.
We build custom made cycle tracks at previously disadvantaged schools and supply bicycles and push bikes for the children to ride and learn road safety in a self-sustaining project the school runs. The first bike park was built in Inchanga and the second one was built at Cato Ridge. We have identified a position for the third bicycle park which is coming soon!
If you would like to make a contribution towards the next bicycle park earmarked for eThekwini please contact [email protected] for more details.