Are you a cyclist? 

Join the Nuts Team and raise awareness about testicular cancer and funds for a good cause. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in the age group 15 to 40!

If you raise more than R 1500 (for international courier service add R 500) we will refund your shirt. So with a little bit of effort your entry and the merchandise can be for free.

If you are a group of cyclists or a club we like to hear from you too if you are keen to get fantesticle. We are open to any nutty idea.

If you are a company who like to sponsor a team we like to hear from you too. Just imagine a team co-branded with your logo participating at the Cape Town Cycle Tour.
Please note: If you are a company that like to donate to Love Your Nuts. We are a registered Section 18A, non-profit organisation and can issue tax certificates.

Keen? This is how to join the Nuts Team:

Raise more than R 1500 (for international courier service add R 500) and we will courier you your Love Your Nuts cycling shirt.

 

How to pay:
You pay via your Givengain project that you create. The steps to create your project are explained in the next paragraph “How to enter”. No banking details needed. No EFTs. To register with GivenGain is for free.
There are two option to pay for your merchandise. Either you “fund yourself” and pay in the amount or you share your project link with friends, family and colleagues via e-mail and social media, asking them for donations. So with a little bit of effort your entry and the merchandise can be for free. And you are supporting a fantesticle cause!

How to enter:

  1. Open the cycling campaign page to start your project.
    On the cause page, click on “Start fundraising” to register a fundraising project with your Facebook login details or an e-mail address. (if you don’t have a GivenGain profile it will take you to a page to create one first)
  2. Complete the project steps, adding a video, photo or both and providing information about your project eg. why are you running for this cause? (Check out the other project to get ideas)
  3. Set a realistic fundraising goal – you can always change it later.
  4. Set the date when your project ends. Set it for e.g. a year ahead if you plan to enter different events.
  5. Share your fundraising project link with friends, family and colleagues via e-mail and social media, asking them for donations.
  6. Download our guideline on how to start your fundraiser here. It includes tips on how to get people to donate for your project.
  7. If you need help or have questions please contact Torsten at talkballs@love-your-nuts.com