Hluhluwe Cycle for Life Rhino Charge

Date: 3rd June 2018
Venue: Hluhluwe Private School, Falsebay, Hluhluwe
Directions: Directions to the Start at Hluhluwe Privaat School False Bay
Exit the N2 at Hluhluwe, pass through Hluhluwe, last circle out of town turn left and head toward Sodwana turning right over the railway line. 7km’s after the rail turn right at the Sign Post “False Bay Resorts” road P414, turn left after 2.5km at road P401. Hluhluwe Privaat School is on your left 1.5km’s.
GPS start co-ordinates: S27 57.928 E32 20.522

Greg Davies
Cell: 079 189 3996
E-mail: greg@alpha-group.co.za

Greg Davies
Cell: 079 189 3996

Greg Davies
Cell: 079 189 3996

In a new and very exciting development the Bell Big 5 Series takes you to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and into the False Bay section of iSimangaliso.

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Bell have once again generously sponsored our Series and we are so grateful to be associated with a proudly “made in Zululand” company.

The Big 5 MTB Series and Bell equipment company are a very good fit to enhance each other’s brands given the associated similarity between Bell products and the nature of and the environment in which MTB and trail running takes place.

The Big 5 MTB Series is a Family orientated Series with 3 cycling distances of 50km, 25km and 10km and this year we have also included a fun trail run. It is held in 5 different areas of Zululand over a six month period.


The events are based in, organized by and benefit the communities in areas where the land use is predominantly sugar and forestry, which forms a significant part of Bell’s agricultural / forestry equipment sector.


The fundraising efforts from each area are used to support our community and in tribal areas by using local labour and supporting their projects like water tanks at school, maintain crèche infrastructure, provide shoes to schools and maintenance and upgrades to the local clubs.


It also promotes MTB locally and is accessible both in distance and financially to Zululanders of all age groups and abilities, it provides opportunities for local NPO to raise much needed funds through the provision of services during the event like: Rotary, Round Table, Moths and Woman’s fellowship groups.


The Series also supports and sponsors 45 development riders and gives out as many free bicycles too.


The other Series sponsors who have partnered us this year are:

Wetland Water, Zululand Observer, Emprint, Cycle Junction and Falcon Express.