With an array of bicycles lined up in front of the offices in sync with the cycling theme and most attendants in cycling gear, Capital Bank proudly launched their Capital Bank Cycle Challenge on the 19th of April at the Bank’s Head Offices in Gaborone. The Bank announced plans for the 4th annual Cycle Challenge, which gets underway on Sunday morning.
CEO of Capital Bank, Jaco Viljoen, said; “as Capital Bank, we want to be more than just a banking company that caters to the financial well-being of our customers. We like to invest in the physical and mental well-being of our people. Cycling has been proven to boost brainpower, relationships, health and even happiness. More than that, it brings communities together, whether to ride together or to show support.”
Capital Bank has once again partnered with the expert Jonmol Cycling Club, ensuring capacity for the success of the challenge. The Capital Bank Cycle Challenge has three race categories: the 30km, the 60km and the 120km. The Challenge also accommodates first time riders, veteran riders and children.
The meeting and starting point being the Capital Bank Head Office.