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Day 15 – A mega thank you.

Kurt Stemmert, Shanel Munger, Ian Privett and Mark Lawson | longridetofreedom.com

Kurt Stemmert, Shanel Munger, Ian Privett and Mark Lawson. The four Recce Riders who cycled 2830km to ensure the annual Long Ride To Freedom is a success. There are no words that can express our gratitude to the team of Recce Riders who cycled the 2830km ride and others who helped plan the Long Ride…

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Day 9 – July 26th – Rest Day for the Recce Riders

It was rest day today for the Recce Riders organizing the annual Long Ride To Freedom in honour of Nelson Mandela’s legacy. The team washed clothes, walked the beach, cleaned and tuned their bicycles and enjoyed a short tandem ride as if they were not tired enough after 1200km of cycling from Johannesburg to Cape…

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Day 7 – July 24th – Port St Johns – Queenstown

Day 7 - Queenstown | LongRideToFreedom.com

The recce riders planning the Long Ride To Freedom, were hit by severe wind today and decided to take the day off and get some good rest in. In the meantime, we wrote to SpaceX today asking them to keep an eye on the Decentralised Sustainable Innovation Village progress we’re going to build. With a…

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Day 5 – July 22nd – 225km – Durban to Kokstad

Day 5 – July 22nd – Durban to Kokstad – At 170kms and 3000m of climbing our tough recce rider Shanel Munger had to call it a day after feeling a little woozy and tired. To be expected when you have ridden so hard four days on end. You’re a legendress Shanel, a true inspiration…

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Day 4 – July 21st – 233km- Ulundi to Durban

Day 4 – 21 July 2019 – 233Km – Today was an easier ride for the recce team compared to the crosswinds of yesterday but it was a long ride due to the team’s Garmin not being accurate and not showing them clear directions so they had to back-peddle 3 times to get back on…

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Recce Team Prepare For Their Epic Ride On Nelson Mandela Day

Mark Lawson from CycleTheCape.com and his team of hardcore cyclists will hit the road starting on Nelson Mandela Day, Friday 18 July. A five strong team, Mark Lawson, Ian Privett, Kurt Stemmert, Shanel Munger and Brian Joul cycle 2830kms following the fibre optic route collecting data, photos and video footage for all our marketing material…

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