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Human Rights Cycle Tour
Human Rights Cycle Tour

2020 Human Rights Cycle Tour – Cape Town


The Al Kaaf Human Rights Centre in Cape Town hosted the media launch of Human Rights Cycle Tour which aims to memorialise the heroic struggles of the past. Cycling is a centuries-long mode of transport, an excellent form of exercise and, above all, a symbol of freedom through movement. Its symbolism is significantly enhanced by the rich history of the struggle for human rights in South Africa.

The HRCT route is a ± 75km event and traverses major human rights memorials and landmarks, including the Cape Town Parade, the Castle of Good Hope, site of the Battle of Blaauwberg, site of the battle of Lisbeek, to the site of the Trojan Horse massacre in Athlone where blood was shed in the quest for justice, equality, and dignity for all.


Route information:
Distance & Route: ± 75km

Passing major human rights memorials and landmarks

Minimum age of entrants: 13yrs

Prizes awarded: 1st, 2nd & 3rd place

Entry Fee – R295 (non PPA), R275 (PPA)

Online entries via Racetec: https://online.entries.co.za/entries/findperson.aspx?pa=se&eid=4659


There will also be a junior race

Below is the Junior Jelly Bean Race information:

PS: Distance & entry fee is age-dependent

Date: 21 March 2020
Entries open on 25 October 2019
Venue: to be confirmed
Distance: (1km- 3.5km)
Kids aged 3-12 years
Online Entry Fee: R100- R150 (incl. an adult)
Prize: All kids are winners- complete the track and you will be rewarded!
Must have: Helmet & own wheels

Media Launch


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