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July 2019

The Pedal Power Association (PPA) is pleased to announce the first intake of participants in its new PPA Junior High Performance Academy. With the aim of nurturing the next generation of South African professional cyclists, the PPA founded the PPA Junior High Performance Academy earlier this...

The Pedal Power Association (PPA), has provided input and information to the City Of Cape Town and the South African Police Services (SAPS), to implement a strategy to make to West Coast cycle path safer for all cyclists.  As useful as it has been for cyclists,...

“Do we want to create a society where children are dependent on their parents for transport, or do we want children to cycle to school themselves?” –Unknown source This is a very important question to ask and particularly relevant in the South African context. Our children have...

The Pedal Power Association (PPA), SA’s largest cycling organisation, is calling on cyclists in Gauteng to join our memorial/protest ride arranged for Sunday 28 July starting from the Terrazzo Shopping Centre in Florida Glen at 7h00 to the scene of the fatal accident of Dr...

Due to a really bad weather prediction for Cape Town tomorrow, we have CANCELLED our Protest Ride. Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience but we will be hosting another ride in the near future. Thank you for all the interest shown....

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL Become a member and receive 15% off your Cape Town Cycle Tour Entry! Pay last year’s fee until 31 July.   Click on the link to renew your membership https://online.entries.co.za/entries/findperson.aspx?eid=4634    New Membership Fees effective 01 August 2019 – 30 June 2020 as...

The Pedal Power Association (PPA), SA’s largest cycling organisation, is calling on Cape Town’s cyclists to join its protest ride arranged on Mandela Day, the 18th of July midday. In response to the spate of bike hijackings and robberies on Cape Town’s roads and cycle paths...