Ikgate Motlhala is an inaugural cycle challenge adopted by Stoan Seate as part of the 4020Phenomenon is scheduled to take place from the 3rd – 9th May. This social campaign aims to raise money for essential services that will help uplift disadvantaged schools and early development centres within the province of the North West, Bokone Bophirima.
The campaign will see Stoan and cyclist friends begin a gruelling challenge of cycling 340km from Gauteng to North West, Mafikeng in five days. They will ride past Haartebees, quite villages of Rustenburg over Swartruggens and end the journey in Mafikeng, the capital city of the North West Province. Along the way, they will be visiting schools, various communities and points of interests. This journey will be documented through videos and stills which will be shared and uploaded on the official Ikgate Motlhala platforms.
It’s exciting to be going back to the place that cemented a pathway for me and others. As an agent of change, I will be giving back to various communities that raised the man that I am today.
The department of North West Tourism is confirmed as a partner for the cycle challenge and their partnership will ensure that all the cyclists journey through the beautiful country side scenery, villages and farmlands of the Province. MEC of Tourism Desbo Mohono commented, “On behalf of the Province, we are thrilled to be injecting exuberance to the province and equally so we are delighted to have Stoan and friends visiting and giving back to the community that profiled and amplified their careers.”
The 4020 Phenomenon serves as a philanthropic catalyst that aims to contribute and improve learning and enrichment of young people through education and health. “We seek to become agents of change through giving, support and providing the necessary resources to schools and early development centres,” Seate alluded
Cyclist participating in the Ikgate Motlhala cycling challenge will go through a rigorous training preparation, nutritional advice and psychological observation to prepare them for the challenge. En-route to the province there will be a team of health practitioners and safety officials who will ensure the safety of cyclists on the road for the