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Join our CEO, Dr Cleeve Robertson, riding in Sea Rescue colours Join our CEO, Dr Cleeve Robertson, riding in Sea Rescue coloursWe have managed to secure more entries in the Cape Town Cycle Tour 2015. If you would like to ride with Cleeve and our team, in our branded jerseys, here is a final chance.Cycle for Sea Rescue !We have managed to secure 20 additional entries. The cost is R1 800 each which includes the entrance fee, a Sea Rescue branded cycle jersey and a donation to Sea Rescue.The booking must be done online using the link below - the entries are all managed by the Cycle Tour not NSRI - we can not reserve places. Click here to enter (you will need a credit card handy) email the credit card proof of payment that you received from the CTCT, together with your cycle jersey size, to follow Cleeve's example and become an activist on GIVENGAIN to raise money for Sea Rescue. What if you just want the jersey ?If you would like to order our branded cycle jersey for R400, we ask that you go the extra mile to be well-mannered on the roads as we treasure our brand and our reputation. To order a cycle jersey please email Natasha, payments can be made online
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