Western Division Freemasons raised R40 000 for CHARITY by assisting at the Cape Town Cycle Tour. More than 30 000 cyclists competed in the gruelling 108km race. Masons were up at 3am to assist checking in the riders. “Freemasons cleared 32 000 cyclists to take part,” said Jim Duggan, Past District Grand Master.
Some Masons were competing, Dirk Fyfe from Rondebosch Lodge finished in a very good time of 3hrs 35 mins. “I had a puncture and in the 5 minutes it took to repair it, I lost a thousand places,” recalled Dirk

Cyclists waiting under a moody Table Mountain for their allotted check-in time


Riders on the gruelling Chapmans Peak stretch of the race. This is the highest point of the race, but ahead lies the last but even steeper climb called Suikerbossie


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