We all have cycling gear we don’t use anymore. Why not give it to someone who really needs it?
Matt Brammeier of Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka is Pro. Really Pro. On and off the bike. After recovering from his crazy crash at the Tour of Utah last year (you remember those videos where a cyclist hammered into the Porsche, yep, that was Matt) he is back to work. Again, on and off the bike. As rider of the african Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka he is automatically generating awareness for the importance of making people ride bikes. Qhubeka believes that mobilising people with bicycles can change lives through creating access to education, healthcare and economic opportunity. Beyond that Matt came up with another idea how to help people through cycling.
Long story short. As a pro Matt gets a lot of cycling gear. Every season. And he knows that you also have kit you’re not wearing anymore. That’s why he is collecting the cycling gear you aren’t using anymore and gives it to riders who really need and appreciate it. And to make that a little easier you can simply drop your gear at our shop and we’ll get it to Matt. Check out what Matt has to say about the Africa Rising Kit Appeal.
We are looking for any cycling gear that is in a presentable condition or even new. Kits (washed), shoes (no cleats), helmets, glasses and so on. Please try to not drop useless stuff like gloves, winter jackets or arm warmers. The gear is going to Africa.
Please only drop in following sizes:
Clothing in XS, S and M
Shoes up to size 44
Time to dive into your closet and check out what you haven’t been wearing for a while and then drop it off at our shop:
Tuesday – Friday 12-20
Thank you very much!