June 3rd 2017 brings a brand new and exciting race to Hazyview. Sunshine Events is proud to bring the Vodacom Hippo Hollow Mountain Bike Race to Induna Adventures. The race will traverse the scenic routes of Induna Adventures as well as Elephant Whispers and the Hippo Hollow Country Estate.
The Vodacom Hippo Hollow MTB Race is set to be a festival and celebration of cycling. There will be many exciting things to look forward to on the day:
• MTB Races of: 70km; 40 km; 15km and 2km for our younger riders;
• Skills Workshop by Dylan Victor on Friday 2nd June;
• Bike Stunt Display by Dylan Victor on Saturday 3rd June;
• Food Stalls;
• Live Music;
• Chill Zone;
• Kids Play Zone;
• Kid’s Mini Urban Obstacles;
• Craft Beer on Tap;
• Vodacom Giveaways;
• Medals to all finishers;
• Overall & Category Prize Money
Vodacom as title sponsor of this event, has kindly offered equal prize money to the overall men’s and women’s categories.
In the 70km race for both men and women:
1st Place: R15 000-00
2nd Place: R7 500-00
3rd Place: R5 000-00
In the 40km race for both men and women:
1st Place: R5 000-00
If you love mountain biking, join us on this new and exciting race and why not make a weekend of it and enjoy not only the race, but all the activites that Induna Adventures has to offer:
• Quad Biking;
Activities the whole family can enjoy!
Make your way to Hazyview for the first Hippo Hollow Mountain Bike Race on the 3rd June, it’s sure to be a weekend you won’t soon forget.
For more information, visit www.sunshineevents.co.za or contact Tanya on: 073 460 8208 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is with abundant hope in humanity that we end off Mandela Day 2016. The Purity of the hearts of the people that wants to make a difference is what I will remember. Gone are the days when identifying the problems is as far as we will go! I salute the brave adventurous people of South Africa that proudly go to where others fear to tread. People joining the playing field of life rather than the multitude of referees judging wrong from right.
A Momentum has started where the loving hearts of individuals and families will bring the much needed change and spread hope. A momentum has started where a people with pure hearts are changing communities, towns, cities, nations…the world!!
Let us write the history books for our children so they can also believe that one person loving another in need can change the world. That unconditional love is the secret ingredient that will add flavour back in everyday life.
Here is a quick test to see who will be part of the problem and who will be part of the solution.
1. I Love I
2. I love me
3. I love you for me
4. I love you
A Big thanks to the people of Sabie River Sun and the family of Waldus de Jager that donated not only truck and trailer foods of good but also time to visit the Reading Project and the orphaned and vulnerable children of SizaBantwana
A Big thanks to ABSA that spoiled a bus load of children with fun and laughter, games and a full stomach at Induna Adventures
A Big thanks to members of the ANC, ESKOM and Shoprite mobile soup kitchen that went to the children of SizaBantwana and pledged their support.
Our country is alive and hopeful!!!
In God we Trust!
In God we Hope!
Jesus liberated us!
We are not alone!
Elvis Blue and Sizabantwana has joined hands to help in the establishment of a funding program that a young scholar has put in motion.
This brilliant young man wants to help make a difference in his generation and Elvis Blue will explain just how you too can help in this young man’s project to make a change.
“Hold On! Dirt road incoming, we call it an Africa massages so enjoy”, I explained, while driving down the valley to the Sabie River where the Geckoing start. As we decent I wondered who was more excited the teachers or the students, but I soon realised that the teachers won singlehandedly. From jumping to going down the roughest rapid “One Time” no one showed any hesitations.
Indecisive students got a wave of encouragement from the cheering crowd of students. Fellow students showed no mercy, everyone had to do at least one jump. A fellow student volunteered to join like brothers in arms to make the leap together, when the wave of encouragement was not enough to make the leap alone.
Pictures taken showed their battle faces like never before, from the brave and daring to the least, everyone met his/her match that day, legends where born out of it. The cry of laughter echoed through the canyon.
All students gave a helping hand, assisting their fellow students, some of the boys even trade in their Gecko’s to the girls for a more daring red tube.
We’ve seen blood and tears on the geckoing but never before seen such an amazing group of students.