Coffeemob train

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When: 15 June 2013
Where: Khayelitsha

This is a unique half-day trip to experience the alternative side of Cape Town on this open day where local community comes together in song, dance and entertainment outside the township's first coffee shop.

Cyclists are encouraged to bring their bikes on board the train to join a two hour escorted cycle ride by Velokhaya Cycling academy around this bustling township and  original and hand-made Khayelitsha products will also be on sale.

Tickets cost R50.00 and R90.00 for cyclists, for more information, contact: 021 449 2366.
Coffeemob train

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