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  1. Hi Hubbers, Just looking to find out if anyone has installed an aftermarket Thule Fixed Towbar on a VW Golf (GTI) or any other car for that matter, & what is your thoughts on the product. I am looking for a solution to carry 2 bikes, and am against the roof racks & was advised against the hatch back carriers because the boot spoiler could get damaged. The Thule fitment center quoted me R3100 for the fixed tow bar & then R1200 for the 2 bike carrier, so all fitted R4300. My only concern was how it will look on the vehicle, as they would need to cut into the bottom of the bumper to install the tow bar. I've been told that I should maybe visit a Kwik fit etc, as it might be cheaper & they do the Bosal tow bars, but not sure as those ones may not look as good as the thule ones. Any thoughts, ideas, advise for me on this one. Thanks guys...
  2. Lost a black VW key on the Spruit between Trailhead/Fratelli (Conrad Dr) & Emmerentia dam wall. Pls PM me thks
  3. Rider Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (right) won the VW Polo in the lucky draw, and VW Group SA chief executive David Powels hands her the keys. // Image credit: B-Jay Piercey “This premier cycling event is the biggest in our region and thousands of participants from around the country eagerly await the next tour due to the scenic nature and challenge of the event. Importantly, the organisation and running of the cycle tour is of the highest professional standard and, with our co-sponsors, we believe that this event is worthy of support.” Also coming on board as a premium sponsor this year will be the Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency. Chief marketing officer for The Herald, Justin Peel, said the event’s website would go live today (Wednesday), including the online entry portal. “Additional information and manual entries will be available at local bike stores in Nelson Mandela Bay within the next few weeks.” Peel said cyclists could once again look forward to the full complement of road and off-road distances, with the 106km Classic and 80km Extreme mountain bike challenge heading the line-up. The Ultimate Quest category, which was introduced last year, would once again be on offer for those riders hoping to master both the road and mountain bike feature races, said Peel. “The Ultimate Quest was extremely well received last year. It exceeded our expectations and we predict the 2014 event will attract just as much interest if not more.” The male and female winners of this category will be rewarded for their exertions with R5 000 each in prize money. With a total competitive prize purse of R115 000 and over R100 000 worth of lucky draw prizes – including GT bikes and home appliances from Tony’s Furniture, Appliances and Beds – the cycle tour remains one of the Eastern Cape’s richest cycling events. In addition, one lucky participant will drive away in a brand-new VW Polo 1.4 Trendline after the prize giving. Long-standing beneficiary Reach for a Dream, which assists children with life-threatening illnesses, will once again benefit from the proceeds of all the children’s and family rides. The weekend cycling festival starts on the Saturday with the Powerade-sponsored family road races at Hobie Beach in PE and the mountain bike racing at Addo Polo Club. On the Sunday, the action comes to a climax with the main road races. Visit www.heraldcycletour.co.za or find live updates at @heraldcycletour and www.facebook.com/TheHeraldCycleTour.
  4. Uitenhage-based Volkswagen Group South Africa announced its backing of the Eastern Cape’s premier cycling event for the 10th year running yesterday. The 2014 edition of The Herald VW Cycle Tour – the 29th in total – takes place in Port Elizabeth and Addo on February 1 and 2. Click here to view the article
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