Khayelitsha on two wheels

2018-06-07 06:00
The aim of the event was to better understand challenges for cyclists in Khayelitsha, and to explore what can be done to promote cycling.PHOTO: by Leanne Brady

The aim of the event was to better understand challenges for cyclists in Khayelitsha, and to explore what can be done to promote cycling.PHOTO: by Leanne Brady

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To celebrate World Bicycle Day on Sunday 3 June, Cape Town Bicycle mayor, Lebogang Mokwena, and partners – Open Streets, Bicycling Empowerment Network, Pedal Power Association, Velokhaya Life Cycling Academy – hosted a public celebration at the Isivivana Centre in Khayelitsha.

The day included free cycling lessons for adults, sharing of stories, learning about local initiatives and going on a group ride.

The event at the Isivivana Centre was build on a public dialogue entitled “Street Minds: making cycling an every day thing in Cape Town” which took place in April in the Cape Town CBD.

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