Talk date: Wednesday 13th June 2018
Venue: Augustine United Church, 41 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EL.
Time: 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Find out how a charity challenge can change your life at this year's Edinburgh Festival of Cycling!
Henk Blanckenberg, is an inspirational challenge tour manager who was born in Johannesburg and grew up and lives in Cape Town, South Africa, a country that has always been a brew of vastly different cultures. Many of you will know him from leading our cycles through Malawi.
“Adventure and the outdoors have always been part of my life. What I love most about the challenges are the people. Every person comes on a charity challenge seeking something. It is this process and the interaction between people that I love above all.
Helping people to challenge themselves, expand their limits and achieve tremendous goals gives a lot of satisfaction. And all this for incredibly worthy causes!”
Henk, the ‘Friendly giant’, will be talking about his experience of running charity challenge events for 15 years in over 100 countries on over 60 cycling challenges and sharing some of his stunning photos from around the world.
During his brief presentation, Henk will talk about his background, tell you about forthcoming challenges in Nepal and Zambia and how you can get involved, and then invite you to share your views and answer your questions.
Before you leave you’re sure to be inspired to cycle the world and take on a new challenge!
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