Come Cycle 100 Miles of Nowhere fundraiser at Cascades Lifestyle Centre for CHOC

Join the ‘The COWS’ 100 Miles of Nowhere (100MON) cyclethon fundraiser happening on 24 June 2016 from 2pm -7pm at the Cascades Lifestyle Centre in Pietermaritzburg.

The event, supported by the Pietermaritzburg Cadence Performance Centre, and hosted at the Cascades Lifestyle Centre, is part of the annual national 100 Miles of Nowhere campaign to raise funds for the CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa, where cyclists cycle a maximum of 100 miles (160km) on provided stationary bikes.

You can get involved by either cycling in the cyclethon on the stationary bikes; sponsoring a team of 1, 2 or 4 riders taking part, or coming out in full force to cheer for the riders at the Cascades Centre on Friday, 24 June.

Cyclists pay an entry fee donation of R1 000 for a solo rider, R600 per rider for teams of two, and R350 per rider for teams of four, all of which goes directly to CHOC. Supporters can also sponsor the riders per km ridden or challenge them to certain time taken to complete the distance.

Cyclethons will also be taking place at the same time at seven other Cadence Performance Centres based in Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town.

To sign up or find out more, go to the 100 Miles of Nowhere website – or contact Tessa Hesse at


Venue: Cascades Lifestyle Centre, 23 McCarthy Drive, Pietermaritzburg

Type of Event: Charity fundraiser

Date: Friday, 24 June 2016

Time: 2pm to 7pm

Entry Fee: Solo Rider – R1 000; Team of 2 – R600 per rider, Team of 4 – R350 per rider

Open to everyone

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