The Dis-Chem Ride for Sight is one of the most popular cycling events on the cycling calendar and is among the top five largest road races in South Africa. This event is managed and owned by Retina South Africa and ALL proceeds go directly towards finding treatments for Retinal Blindness and has raised R10 million in its 29- year history.
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Claudette Medefindt, Race secretary with the Ekurhuleni Cycling Club that the Ride has mentored for the past 4 years pictured at the 2017 event.
ENTRIES NOW OPEN FOR 2018
This will be the 30th Anniversary event and Dis-Chem Pharmacies are once again the naming sponsor. The event will be hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni and we thank them both for their support of our cause- cycling to restore the gift of sight.
The 116km Super Classic is a seeding event for the Cape Town Cycle Tour whilst the vita-thion 62km challenge caters for the novice and recreational cyclists.
The event is organised by a volunteer committee of cyclists and specialists in the fields of communication and safety. These include Springs Wheelers Cycling Club, Hamnet Emergency Communications, Road Rangers, ASM safety consultants, Red Cross Benoni and Gauteng East Cycling Association.
PROUDLY HOSTED BY THE CITY OF EKURHULENI
One lucky online entrant will win a cash prize of R30K. 5 Finalists will be pre-drawn and will be notified. They MUST be at the prize giving to be eligible for the prize.
There are 2 fantastic holiday prizes on the Donation Draw [min R40]. 7 Nights for two at the luxury Sugar Beach resort, Mauritius with airfares but excluding airport taxes and a 7 night stay for 2 at Michamvi Sunset Bay resort in Zanzibar. [T’s and C’s apply to both]
Dis-Chem Foundation will match all donations from entrants in the Donation Draw.
Lucky draw prizes at prize giving total R100K. Cash prizes worth R82K for CSA racing categories. .
Stan Goetsch presenting Cheque to James Cape at the 2017 event
A unique event technical T-shirt will be available to order online for only R30. Stocks limited.
ONLINE ENTRIES CLOSE ON 4th FEBRUARY 2018.