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Bestmed Cycling Club launched in Polokwane

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MARKI FRANKEN

There was a buzz of excitement in the air at the Bicycle Company Polokwane (TBC) last Wednesday when the TBC Bestmed Cycling Club was launched.
With South African Olympic walker Marc Mundell, who holds the African record for the
50 km walk, as master of ceremonies, the evening was marked by an atmosphere of upbeat positivity.
The club also made use of this opportunity to show off their brand new kit, specially designed to suit all racing needs.
TBC Bestmed Cycling Club is a community driven cycling club that is family orientated with a caring attitude.
Backed by Bestmed Medical Aid and Seesa Professional Legal Support Services, their focus is mainly on cycling and they cater for the beginner right through to the serious cyclist.
Members of this club will receive benefits to include a 5% discount in all The Bicycle Company retail stores, Saturday club rides with support vehicle and marshals, club hospitality discounts for the Argus and 94.7 races as well as other selected races, discount on entries for selected races, training camps for road and mountain bike cycling, beginners and novice clinics, monthly social events with presentations on technical, nutrition, training and health, and a monthly printed or digital copy of Ride Magazine.
Bestmed Marketing Executive Chris Luyt said the medical aid scheme decided to become involved with cycling to develop their five wellness pillars.
“We want people to be active, be safe, be nutritive wise, be financially wise and happy.”
Contact The Bicycle Company Cycling Club Polokwane’s Club Secretary Tammy Du Plessis on 015 2963411 [email protected] for more information about the club.
Interested parties can also visit The Bicycle Company at the Thornhill Shopping Centre to find out more about this exciting venture.

TBC Bestmed Cycling Club Polokwane Chairperson, Jaco Fourie welcomes guests to the launch of the club.

TBC Bestmed Cycling Club Polokwane Chairperson, Jaco Fourie welcomes guests to the launch of the club.

Olympic walker, Marc Mundell was the master of ceremonies for the evening.

Olympic walker, Marc Mundell was the master of ceremonies for the evening.

Photos: Marki Franken Club members model the TBC Bestmed Cycling Club kit with Club Chairperson David Labuschagne, The Bicycle Company Polokwane owner Sonja Teixeira, acting Polokwane Municipal Manager Ndavhe Ramakuela, TBC Bestmed Cycling Club Polokwane Chairperson Jaco Fourie, Bestmed Marketing Executive Chris Luyt and Seesa representative CP Louw.

Photos: Marki Franken
Club members model the TBC Bestmed Cycling Club kit with Club Chairperson David Labuschagne, The Bicycle Company Polokwane owner Sonja Teixeira, acting Polokwane Municipal Manager Ndavhe Ramakuela, TBC Bestmed Cycling Club Polokwane Chairperson Jaco Fourie, Bestmed Marketing Executive Chris Luyt and Seesa representative CP Louw.

The Bicycle Company Polokwane owner, Sonja Teixeira says she is very excited about the new club.

The Bicycle Company Polokwane owner, Sonja Teixeira says she is very excited about the new club.