Local Cyclists take a stand against attacks on fellow Cyclists/Atheletes


mass ride

Members of iMveli Cycling Academy would like to invite all interested media and cyclists to join and be part of the #MassRide on Saturday 29 April from 10am. The event is a response to an increasing number of attacks on cyclists along Victoria Drive / Walmer in Port Elizabeth.

iMveli Academy and passionate cyclist Mr Lukholo Badi says:

“As cyclists who grew up in environments like Walmer township we cannot stand by and do nothing when local innocent citizens are being attacked whilst going about what they love. These attacks are starting to hurt the prospects of our city hosting major events and benefiting from the tourism boom.

Every visitor generates about 4 temporary jobs that we as a city need so many of. We appeal to our brothers and sisters to look at us and see other humans beings, family members, fathers and children. Please STOP the attacks on Cyclists”

Interested Cyclists and media are invited to join iMveli Mass Ride from 10am. Starting between the race course and Walmer Golf club.

For more details please contact Lukholo Badi on 082 695 9456

Issued on behalf of iMveli Cycling Academy.