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Hi Karen and Sean
Just a short note of thanks and appreciation for your sponsorship for our fundraising event last Sunday.
We had a fantastic day and it is a big thanks to the sponsors who were instrumental in our success.
The goodie bags and prizes went down very well.
We hope we can again rely on your assistance in the future and grow the relationship to our mutual benefit.
Next year’s event is booked for the 17th July 2015.
Thanks again and we look forward to talking to you again in the near future.
Gears 4 Ears
Dear Sean and Karen,
On behalf of the KDT Team a very sincere thank you from us all in the club for the donation of a bicycle at the Kwambo Lion Mountain Bike Race that was greatly appreciated by everyone.
It certainly is the highlight for the marshals who are predominately people from my farm. They all really enjoy the day made more special by people like you who give so generously, thank you.
The day was a most successful day made by all and including Zululand Cycles who are always there to attend to little and big problems on bicycles. Let us hope that with all your efforts that cycling continues to grow in Zululand.
May next year's cycle ride be another great social event and fund raiser and that we raise even more money for the area.
Thank you again for the donation
KDT - Kwambo Lion facilitator
It's all about community - 6 helmets donated by Zululand Cycles to development riders before this mornings race. AWESOME !
One of the last MTB rides of the year by Richards Bay Christian School Children!
Christmas treat at the end.
Thanks so much Zululand Cycles for our water bottles!
Hi Sean, Karen and Zululand Cycles Team.
Thank you all for your support during the Ashton College event of the Inter School Eliminator Series. I have been receiving a number of emails, tweets and Facebook messages from riders and parents praising the event and especially the quantity and quality of prizes - I hope the kids have come to the shop to use their vouchers!!
You were there, so you know that the weather was perfect to run a very competitive last event - we had a number of closely contested sprint finishes in the heats and the cheering from parents and fellow school team mates was almost deafening. The course at Ashton, although relatively flat, tested the riders skills with riding up the stairs layered with sandbags and tight corners at the end of some fast straight sections.
I have had very positive feedback from those competitors, parents and schools that did attend, I also got some interesting mails from schools whose kids entered and they didnt even know. Looking forward to next year I think it will no doubt grow in leaps and bounds for the KZN province, I have already started planning for a bigger series for 2015 and definitely working on getting girls to enter.
Thank you again for your support.
SHAKES Jiyane cycles to work four times a week from Nseleni to the Port area. Unfortunately, Shakes mostly travels in the dark as he works night shifts.
Therefore Zululand Cycles stepped in to assist with his safety, by sponsoring Jiyane with a helmet and front and rear lights.