“Thank you to everyone of you who will be assisting us on the day with our water point. We want you to not think of this as a job. It’s about having fun,” said David Bellairs, the tour’s media and marketing manager.
He also thanked the principal for partnering with the cycle tour.
“Thank you for your assistance, and we hope that this is the start of a very good, long relationship,” he said.
Last year’s iconic cycle tour had to be cancelled for a number of reasons, one of them being civil unrest in the fast-growing township of Masiphumelele.