CycAlive

A three-school initiative designed to grow Ubuntu among South Africa’s youth, CycAlive follows the journey of a team of exuberant Grade 11 boys from diverse backgrounds as they cycle from Johannesburg to Durban, spreading goodwill and learning about themselves and others along the way.

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Day four of CycAlive 2011

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The CycAlive team is on the final leg of their journey from Johannesburg to Durban.

Day three of CycAlive 2011

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After a night spent at the Majuba Youth Hostel in Volksrust, the team of 50 CycAlive participants and supervisors got an early start and headed down the glorious Majuba Mountain this morning.

Day two of CycAlive 2011; Spirits are up as the cyclists move towards Volksrust

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After a 5:15am start, the 40 CycAlive participants and the ten adults accompanying the cyclists on their journey were ready for yet another day of committed cycling.

CycAlive 2011 off to a great start

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This morning some 150 learners, teachers and cycling enthusiasts convened at the Torah Academy campus in Norwood, Gauteng, for the 14th annual CycAlive challenge, a youth highlight in the Mandela Day activities calendar.

A three-school initiative designed to encourage ubuntu among South Africa’s youth, CycAlive follows the journey of a team of exuberant Grade 11 boys from diverse backgrounds as they cycle from Johannesburg to Durban, spreading goodwill and learning about themselves and others along the way.