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Rolling along in tropical Maputo (Photos: Vukani Club)
Rolling along in tropical Maputo (Photos: Vukani Club)

The Vukani Cycling Club was founded in 2014, a year after Daryl Impey became the first South Africa to wear the yellow jersey at the Tour De France.

This club was formed more by faith than design. The original members kept bumping into each other on cycling routes, giving each other kudos on Strava, and then the conversation about forming a club organically happened.

With a growing membership of over 100 cyclists, the club has riders cycling all around Southern Africa.

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