Joburg To Durban Tour 2020

There are “30 nuts” that will be cycling from Johannesburg to Durban – from 26th April to 29th April 2020, to assist in raising awareness of the “Love your Nuts” campaign. A total of 680 km in 4 days.

Along the route, Torsten Koehler, the CEO and founder of LYN, will be doing talks at various schools and companies. The organisers have confidence that at least 6 schools and 5 companies can be visited along the route. Not only in the main towns like Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg and Durban, but in smaller areas on route like Standerton, Ladysmith KZN, Escourt and Harrismith.

Money raised will go towards the Love Your Nuts charity and help with cost of running awareness campaigns in South Africa and the world at large.

Get involved and be fantesticle
Currently we are looking for partnerships for the 2020. We have been appealing to sponsors for either a monetary contribution or a commitment ‘of service’ –  goodie bags, fuel, vehicles … anything along these lines.

There are 3 tiers of sponsorships:

    • Platinum is R50,000 or more. Naming rights of the tour.
    • Gold is R10,000 or more. Larger logo on shirt with more presence and exposure on all media platforms.
    • Silver is R5,000 or more. Logo on shirts and exposure on all media platforms
    • Bronze is an associated sponsor of products or services. Logo on shirt and exposure on all media platforms.

This is the third edition of the event which runs every second year and every year the event is getting bigger and better with more exposure and better awareness of the cause. In four years the tour has doubled in size and can be bigger however is restricted due to the nature of the tour.

Photos will be made available for any marketing opportunities you may have for further exposure on your networks and social media pages.

Please contact us here.

2018 Cycle Tour

In the past we had contributions from various partners in the form of a monetary donations, “gifts” for our cyclists in the form of goodie bags and goods such as waters, energy bars and snacks. We supplied each rider with a fleece jacket, winter arm warmers and cycling shirts. We were able to supply 4 unique shirts on our tours and would like to increase this that we have a fantesticle shirt for every day. The shirts that we supplied had all the sponsors names on them, as well as having a presents on the arm warmers and on branded banners that we had made.
We had 2 branded support vehicle and need that for the next tour again.
Another option is to sponsor the accommodation en route.