Hout Bay residents urged to wear pink to Suikerbossie

Cape Town is buzzing as it gears up for one of its biggest annual events, the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour. Suikerbossie one of the races most prominent spots on the route for spectators to gather and watch the cyclists race past will have a slightly different twist this year; It is going PINK. All Hout Bay residents and their families are invited to wear pink and join in on the fun and action on Suikerbossie.

From the intersection (traffic lights) of Victoria Road and Helgarda Road, Suikerbossie will be turned into a ‘climb4cancer’ where various breast cancer NGO’s under the PinkDrive umbrella will collaborate in an aim to highlight the fight against cancer in a festive and uplifting environment.

The PinkDrive mammography truck which was officially launched in Cape Town in February will be parked at Suikebossie, trees will be wrapped in pink and there will be various activities for supporters as they cheer on cyclists taking part in one of the toughest climbs of the race.

For more information visit www.pinkdrive.co.za or email alex.k@spice4life.co.za

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