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LKZ 2015/09/09
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Money for a good cause

Enough money for 21 bicycles for Africa

WBR managing director Kristina Jasiunaite and WBR managing director Kristina Jasiunaite (on the photo with managing director Dirk Zedler

Equal pleasure for RSC Komet Ludwigsburg, pupils of Lichtenstern-Gymnasium in Sachsenheim as well as for World Bicycle Relief (WBR).


10th grade pupils of Lichtenstern Gymnasium organised the cycle tour "Sachsenheimer Lichtenstern-Tour" on trails through Stromberg and the Loewenstein mountains. Zedler-lnstitut für Fahrradtechnik und Sicherheit GmbH (...) donated 30 Cent per kilometre cycled by their team members during the tour to the relief organisation World Bicycle Relief (WBR) that delivers specifically built bicycles assembled on the spot to Africa to provide people there with more mobility. To the delight of WBR managing director Kristina Jasiunaite (on the photo with managing director Dirk Zedler and a Buffalo bicycle) this made altogether 21 bicycles. Another award: In addition, the Zedler institute won the cup for the largest group participating in the baroque city cycle tour organised by the local cycle association RSC Komet.

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Photo: Zedler

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