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May

Published: Tuesday, 15.05.2012

Take part in the 3rd SOS Bike Tour

Dear friends, it’s difficult to imagine childhood without bicycles. In SOS Children's Villages Lekenik and Ladimirevci, bicycles are part of our daily lives. They help us do our chores more effectively and allow us the simple pleasure of riding around with our friends. In our pursuit of this healthy and pleasant pastime, we will be holding SOS Bike Tour this year too.

We invite you and your nearest and dearest to join the SOS Bike Tour
on Saturday, May 26, 10 am in SOS Children's Village Lekenik.

We will ride the 10 km stretch of unpaved road leading through the Turopolje woods to the bank of the Odra River. After taking a short break, we will return to SOS Children's Village to a lunch consisting of cauldron goulash and sausages in puff pastry. For the rest of the day, we are planning sports games, bike-riding agility tests at the training range and a football match!

We look forward to your participation and the SOS Bike Tour!

Click here to help with the purchase, maintenance and repair of our bicycles!

In case of extremely bad weather conditions, the bike tour will be postponed. For an update on the rescheduled bike tour, please visit our webpage.
 

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