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Let’s Play stampedes ahead with Buffalo!



In the single largest fund raising campaign since its inception, Let’s Play has teamed up with the national Buffalo Mountain Bike (MTB) series, to be held across 416 MTB events each year. BUFFALO was introduced 2 years ago as a fun race category focused on riders in excess of 90kg’s, thereby creating a ‘race within a race’ category and potential podium recognition. Currently more than 1.5 million riders are registered in this race category, each of whom will be contributing to Let’s Play through their race entry.

Additionally and to compliment the very successful Let’s Play Physical Education Challenge, Buffalo and Let’s Play will create a legacy entitled ‘Bikes4kids’ – selected schools participating in the PhysEd Challenge will each receive 20 locally manufactured Buffalo bikes. A short race course will be marked out at the beneficiary schools and during their respective PhysEd periods, learners will ride / race the bikes. The learners will also be provided with all the required equipment and skills training and entered into MTB races nationally.

Exciting times ahead!



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