Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th August
Entries Open 1st May 2018 & are limited to 200 riders
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The Rhino Ride has done it once again and SMASHED last years figures! Raising NINE HUNDRED & FORTY FIVE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED & SEVENTY TWO RAND……yes you read that correctly – just short of 1 million rand!
Join us for a festive weekend of Mountain Biking, held on the Manyoni Private Game Reserve, home to the BIG 5!! Cyclists will be covering 70kms over the two days, cycling through pristine Zululand bushveld, enjoying breath taking views, magnificent scenery & wildlife up close and personal.
A secure camping village is set up in the Reserve at Bayete Zulu Game Lodge, where cyclists and their families can relax and enjoy the peaceful sound of the wild. All meals are included in your package and we offer an authentic bush menu (with vegetarian option) enjoyed under the starry sky.
The Rhino Ride is a perfect opportunity for you & the family to leave the hustle and bustle of city behind you and enjoy nature at its finest
By entering the Rhino Ride you are assisting us in the fight against Rhino poaching and in stopping the extinction of these prehistoric creatures. The reserve and its shareholders have invested financially into the security of our rhino, and the decision was made to de-horn our entire rhino population in an effort to save the species. On the 4th March 2017 marked one year since we lost a rhino to poaching.
With a total of ONE MILLION EIGHT HUNDRED AND THIRTY SIX THOUSAND RAND being raised by the Rhino Ride in 4 years, we look forward to hosting a bigger and better event in 2017 with a total that will approach the R3 million rand mark – join us at the event and play your part in the fight against Rhino Poaching #stoprhinopoachingNOW
All proceeds from our ride go directly into the Zululand RHINO Reserve Foundation.
EVERY contribution made towards this foundation WILL make a difference to the lives of individuals & animals alike
“Committed to the conservation of endangered species whilst establishing, maintaining and supporting partnerships with neighbouring communities”
Many thanks to Grindrod Bank for their continued support as lead sponsor