Break The Cycle of Crime Tour

A GROUP of reformed youth offenders are getting on their cycles to put an end to the cycle of violence and drug abuse that grips so many Cape neighbourhoods.

The four youngsters will be completing a 240 km cycle tour on mountain bikes through the Breede River Valley area from the 4th to 7th April.

They will however not be alone. There will be approximately 30 cyclists who will participate in the upcoming Break the Cycle of Crime (BCC) cycle tour including the four youth offenders, four correctional service officials and four SAPS members.

Along their way, the participants will stop at schools and youth centres to talk to young people about the choices they made that landed them on the wrong side of the law and how get your life on track to becoming a responsible

Listen to the full interview with Cape Talk's Africa Melane:


This article first appeared on LeadSA : Break The Cycle of Crime Tour


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