George Hincapie Finishes Cape Epic, Raises Funds for World Bicycle Relief

Posted On March 28, 2018 / Lifestyle

2018 Cape Epic

George Hincapie and Christian Vande Velde spent the last week in South Africa racing on some of the most challenging and treacherous terrain in Absa Cape Epic. The race proved to be just as demanding as in years past, but that didn’t stop George and Christian from winning the Prologue and Stage 7. In addition, they successfully raised funding to provide 50 bicycles to those in need through World Bicycle Relief. These bicycles will help children get to school, pregnant women to get healthcare, and people to get to their jobs.

Watch George and Christian’s journey, and consider donating to World Bicycle Relief.

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