Spinning to put a full smile on others

2019-02-26 06:01

The 2019 Canal Walk Cyclethon is gearing up to raise funds for the Smile Foundation following a successful inaugural event last year.

Canal Walk Shopping Centre will once again host the annual charity cyclethon on Saturday 2 March.

The Centre Court will once again be filled with eager cyclists of all ages who will help raise funds to give the gift of a smile to young children in need.

The sessions – using stationary bikes donated by Planet Fitness – are 50 minutes long and start at 10:00, with the last session at 13:00.

Entry costs R160 per person.

If last year was anything to go by, hundreds of participants will join in the fun, as the Canal Walk Cyclethon is not only an excellent way for families to get fit while doing something meaningful, or for novices to take their first ride – it is also the ideal warm-up for the fast approaching Cycle Tour. Corporates are also encouraged to participate with their colleagues, to challenge competitors, or even sponsor a time slot.

Hedley Lewis, Smile Foundation CEO, is delighted that Canal Walk will be hosting the event again. “It is an absolute privilege to partner with Canal Walk Shopping Centre, an organisation that genuinely and wholeheartedly comes on board for the benefit of those in need,” said Lewis. “Their commitment in uplifting South African children’s lives is hugely commendable. We are hugely grateful for this unbelievable opportunity and look forward to many more future collaborations.”

Vanessa Herbst, marketing manager at Canal Walk, said she is just as happy that the centre will again be hosting “this community-minded” event.

“Last year we were blown away by the support from members of the public, companies, individuals, moms, dads, schoolkids and even random shoppers who joined in. It’s a good feeling when people come together for a good cause and especially when that cause is to help others smile. We can’t wait to see what this year’s event brings.”

Imagine being able to smile uninhibited and unencumbered by disfigurement for the first time and forever more. Imagine, then, the power that particular smile can have on the person giving it and those receiving. With that in mind, it’s time to get your gear on and saddle up.

To book, visit www.smilefoundationsa.org.

The 2019 Canal Walk Cyclethon is gearing up to raise money for the Smile Foundation following a successful inaugural event last year.

Canal Walk Shopping Centre will once again host the annual charity cyclethon on Saturday 2 March.

The Centre Court will once again be filled with eager cyclists of all ages who will help raise funds to give the gift of a smile to young children in need.

The sessions – using stationary bikes donated by Planet Fitness – are 50 minutes long and start at 10:00, with the last session at 13:00.

Entry costs R160 per person.

If last year was anything to go by, hundreds of participants will join in the fun, as the Canal Walk Cyclethon is not only an excellent way for families to get fit while doing something meaningful, or for novices to take their first ride – it is also the ideal warm-up for the fast approaching Cycle Tour.

Corporates are also encouraged to participate with their colleagues, to challenge competitors, or even sponsor a time slot.

Hedley Lewis, Smile Foundation CEO, is delighted that Canal Walk Shopping Centre will be hosting the event again, saying: “It is an absolute privilege to partner with Canal Walk Shopping Centre, an organisation that genuinely and wholeheartedly comes on board for the benefit of those in need. Their commitment in uplifting South African children’s lives is hugely commendable. We are hugely grateful for this unbelievable opportunity and look forward to many more future collaborations.”

Canal Walk Shopping Centre’s marketing manager, Vanessa Herbst, is just as happy that the centre will again be hosting this community-minded event.

“Last year we were blown away by the support from members of the public, companies, individuals, moms, dads, schoolkids and even random shoppers who joined in. It’s a good feeling when people come together for a good cause and especially when that cause is to help others smile. We can’t wait to see what this year’s event brings.”

Imagine being able to smile uninhibited and unencumbered by disfigurement for the first time and forever more.

Imagine, then, the power that particular smile can have on the person giving it and those receiving.

With that in mind, it’s time to get your gear on and saddle up. V To book visit www.smilefoundationsa.org

The 2019 Canal Walk Cyclethon is gearing up to raise money for the Smile Foundation following a successful inaugural event last year.

Canal Walk Shopping Centre will once again host the annual charity cyclethon on Saturday 2 March.

The Centre Court will once again be filled with eager cyclists of all ages who will help raise funds to give the gift of a smile to young children in need.

The sessions – using stationary bikes donated by Planet Fitness – are 50 minutes long and start at 10:00, with the last session at 13:00.

Entry costs R160 per person.

If last year was anything to go by, hundreds of participants will join in the fun, as the Canal Walk Cyclethon is not only an excellent way for families to get fit while doing something meaningful, or for novices to take their first ride – it is also the ideal warm-up for the fast approaching Cycle Tour. Corporates are also encouraged to participate with their colleagues, to challenge competitors, or even sponsor a time slot.

Hedley Lewis, Smile Foundation CEO, is delighted that Canal Walk Shopping Centre will be hosting the event again, saying: “It is an absolute privilege to partner with Canal Walk Shopping Centre, an organisation that genuinely and wholeheartedly comes on board for the benefit of those in need. Their commitment in uplifting South African children’s lives is hugely commendable. We are hugely grateful for this unbelievable opportunity and look forward to many more future collaborations.”

Canal Walk Shopping Centre’s marketing manager, Vanessa Herbst, is just as happy that the centre will again be hosting this community-minded event.

“Last year we were blown away by the support from members of the public, companies, individuals, moms, dads, schoolkids and even random shoppers who joined in. It’s a good feeling when people come together for a good cause and especially when that cause is to help others smile. We can’t wait to see what this year’s event brings.”

Imagine being able to smile uninhibited and unencumbered by disfigurement for the first time and forever more.

Imagine, then, the power that particular smile can have on the person giving it and those receiving.

With that in mind, it’s time to get your gear on and saddle up. V To book visit www.smilefoundationsa.org

The 2019 Canal Walk Cyclethon is gearing up to raise funds for the Smile Foundation following a successful inaugural event last year.

Canal Walk Shopping Centre will once again host the annual charity cyclethon on Saturday 2 March.

The Centre Court will once again be filled with eager cyclists of all ages who will help raise funds to give the gift of a smile to young children in need.

The sessions – using stationary bikes donated by Planet Fitness – are 50 minutes long and start at 10:00, with the last session at 13:00.

Entry costs R160 per person.

If last year was anything to go by, hundreds of participants will join in the fun, as the Canal Walk Cyclethon is not only an excellent way for families to get fit while doing something meaningful, or for novices to take their first ride – it is also the ideal warm-up for the fast approaching Cycle Tour. Corporates are also encouraged to participate with their colleagues, to challenge competitors, or even sponsor a time slot.

Hedley Lewis, Smile Foundation CEO, is delighted that Canal Walk will be hosting the event again. “It is an absolute privilege to partner with Canal Walk Shopping Centre, an organisation that genuinely and wholeheartedly comes on board for the benefit of those in need,” said Lewis. “Their commitment in uplifting South African children’s lives is hugely commendable. We are hugely grateful for this unbelievable opportunity and look forward to many more future collaborations.”

Vanessa Herbst, marketing manager at Canal Walk, said she is just as happy that the centre will again be hosting “this community-minded” event.

“Last year we were blown away by the support from members of the public, companies, individuals, moms, dads, schoolkids and even random shoppers who joined in. It’s a good feeling when people come together for a good cause and especially when that cause is to help others smile. We can’t wait to see what this year’s event brings.”

Imagine being able to smile uninhibited and unencumbered by disfigurement for the first time and forever more.

Imagine, then, the power that particular smile can have on the person giving it and those receiving. With that in mind, it’s time to get your gear on and saddle up.

V To book, visit www.smilefoundationsa.org.

The 2019 Canal Walk Cyclethon is gearing up to raise money for the Smile Foundation following a successful inaugural event last year.

Canal Walk Shopping Centre will once again host the annual charity cyclethon on Saturday 2 March.

The Centre Court will once again be filled with eager cyclists of all ages who will help raise funds to give the gift of a smile to young children in need.

The sessions – using stationary bikes donated by Planet Fitness – are 50 minutes long and start at 10:00, with the last session at 13:00.

Entry costs R160 per person.

If last year was anything to go by, hundreds of participants will join in the fun, as the Canal Walk Cyclethon is not only an excellent way for families to get fit while doing something meaningful, or for novices to take their first ride – it is also the ideal warm-up for the fast approaching Cycle Tour. Corporates are also encouraged to participate with their colleagues, to challenge competitors, or even sponsor a time slot.

Hedley Lewis, Smile Foundation CEO, is delighted that Canal Walk Shopping Centre will be hosting the event again, saying: “It is an absolute privilege to partner with Canal Walk Shopping Centre, an organisation that genuinely and wholeheartedly comes on board for the benefit of those in need. Their commitment in uplifting South African children’s lives is hugely commendable. We are hugely grateful for this unbelievable opportunity and look forward to many more future collaborations.”

Canal Walk Shopping Centre’s marketing manager, Vanessa Herbst, is just as happy that the centre will again be hosting this community-minded event.

“Last year we were blown away by the support from members of the public, companies, individuals, moms, dads, schoolkids and even random shoppers who joined in. It’s a good feeling when people come together for a good cause and especially when that cause is to help others smile. We can’t wait to see what this year’s event brings.”

Imagine being able to smile uninhibited and unencumbered by disfigurement for the first time and forever more.

Imagine, then, the power that particular smile can have on the person giving it and those receiving.

With that in mind, it’s time to get your gear on and saddle up. V To book visit www.smilefoundationsa.org

The 2019 Canal Walk Cyclethon is gearing up to raise money for the Smile Foundation following a successful inaugural event last year.

Canal Walk Shopping Centre will once again host the annual charity cyclethon on Saturday 2 March.

The Centre Court will once again be filled with eager cyclists of all ages who will help raise funds to give the gift of a smile to young children in need.

The sessions – using stationary bikes donated by Planet Fitness – are 50 minutes long and start at 10:00, with the last session at 13:00.

Entry costs R160 per person.

If last year was anything to go by, hundreds of participants will join in the fun, as the Canal Walk Cyclethon is not only an excellent way for families to get fit while doing something meaningful, or for novices to take their first ride – it is also the ideal warm-up for the fast approaching Cycle Tour. Corporates are also encouraged to participate with their colleagues, to challenge competitors, or even sponsor a time slot.

Hedley Lewis, Smile Foundation CEO, is delighted that Canal Walk Shopping Centre will be hosting the event again, saying: “It is an absolute privilege to partner with Canal Walk Shopping Centre, an organisation that genuinely and wholeheartedly comes on board for the benefit of those in need. Their commitment in uplifting South African children’s lives is hugely commendable. We are hugely grateful for this unbelievable opportunity and look forward to many more future collaborations.”

Canal Walk Shopping Centre’s marketing manager, Vanessa Herbst, is just as happy that the centre will again be hosting this community-minded event.

“Last year we were blown away by the support from members of the public, companies, individuals, moms, dads, schoolkids and even random shoppers who joined in. It’s a good feeling when people come together for a good cause and especially when that cause is to help others smile. We can’t wait to see what this year’s event brings.”

Imagine being able to smile uninhibited and unencumbered by disfigurement for the first time and forever more.

Imagine, then, the power that particular smile can have on the person giving it and those receiving.

With that in mind, it’s time to get your gear on and saddle up. V To book visit www.smilefoundationsa.org

The 2019 Canal Walk Cyclethon is gearing up to raise money for the Smile Foundation following a successful inaugural event last year.

Canal Walk Shopping Centre will once again host the annual charity cyclethon on Saturday 2 March.

The Centre Court will once again be filled with eager cyclists of all ages who will help raise funds to give the gift of a smile to young children in need.

The sessions – using stationary bikes donated by Planet Fitness – are 50 minutes long and start at 10:00, with the last session at 13:00.

Entry costs R160 per person.

If last year was anything to go by, hundreds of participants will join in the fun, as the Canal Walk Cyclethon is not only an excellent way for families to get fit while doing something meaningful, or for novices to take their first ride – it is also the ideal warm-up for the fast approaching Cycle Tour. Corporates are also encouraged to participate with their colleagues, to challenge competitors, or even sponsor a time slot.

Hedley Lewis, Smile Foundation CEO, is delighted that Canal Walk Shopping Centre will be hosting the event again, saying: “It is an absolute privilege to partner with Canal Walk Shopping Centre, an organisation that genuinely and wholeheartedly comes on board for the benefit of those in need. Their commitment in uplifting South African children’s lives is hugely commendable. We are hugely grateful for this unbelievable opportunity and look forward to many more future collaborations.”

Canal Walk Shopping Centre’s marketing manager, Vanessa Herbst, is just as happy that the centre will again be hosting this community-minded event.

“Last year we were blown away by the support from members of the public, companies, individuals, moms, dads, schoolkids and even random shoppers who joined in. It’s a good feeling when people come together for a good cause and especially when that cause is to help others smile. We can’t wait to see what this year’s event brings.”

Imagine being able to smile uninhibited and unencumbered by disfigurement for the first time and forever more.

Imagine, then, the power that particular smile can have on the person giving it and those receiving.

With that in mind, it’s time to get your gear on and saddle up. V To book, visit www.smilefoundationsa.org

The 2019 Canal Walk Cyclethon is gearing up to raise funds for the Smile Foundation following a successful inaugural event last year.

Canal Walk Shopping Centre will once again host the annual charity cyclethon on Saturday 2 March.

The Centre Court will once again be filled with eager cyclists of all ages who will help raise funds to give the gift of a smile to young children in need. The sessions – using stationary bikes donated by Planet Fitness – are 50 minutes long and start at 10:00, with the last session at 13:00. Entry costs R160 per person.

If last year was anything to go by, hundreds of participants will join in the fun, as the Canal Walk Cyclethon is not only an excellent way for families to get fit while doing something meaningful, or for novices to take their first ride – it is also the ideal warm-up for the fast approaching Cycle Tour. Corporates are also encouraged to participate with their colleagues, to challenge competitors, or even sponsor a time slot.

Hedley Lewis, Smile Foundation CEO, is delighted that Canal Walk will be hosting the event again. “It is an absolute privilege to partner with Canal Walk Shopping Centre, an organisation that genuinely and wholeheartedly comes on board for the benefit of those in need. Their commitment in uplifting South African children’s lives is hugely commendable,” ” said Lewis.

Vanessa Herbst, marketing manager at Canal Walk, said she is just as happy that the centre will again be hosting event.

“Last year we were blown away by the support from members of the public, companies, individuals, moms, dads, schoolkids and even random shoppers who joined in. It’s a good feeling when people come together for a good cause and especially when that cause is to help others smile. We can’t wait to see what this year’s event brings.”V To book visit www.smilefoundationsa.org

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