3 000 Cycle Tour entries left

2012-09-20 10:01
Cycle Tour (File)
Cape Town - Barely two weeks after opening, entries for the 2013 Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour have filled up at a rapid pace and fewer than 3 000 individual entries remain.

The Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust, organisers of the Cycle Tour, has urged cyclists interested in taking part in next year’s race to enter right away as entries are expected to close by next week Wednesday, September 26.

The next Cycle Tour takes place on Sunday, March 10, 2013. Riders that fail to get an individual entry are reminded that they can still ride by joining one of the many charity and corporate teams that are taking part, but be warned; even these entries are becoming very scarce.
How to enter:

To ease your entry process, ensure that you have the following information available:

• Your ID or passport
• A valid credit card
• Your medical aid details and membership number
• An emergency contact number

Then proceed to and follow the easy instructions.

Follow the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust on Twitter: and on Facebook. 


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