Bikers against abuse

Linlee Solms from Century City, with Petal Reyneke from Durbanville.
Bikers from around the city braved the cold rainy morning on Monday August 10 to raise awareness about violence against women and children. 

The event, called Sisterhood against GBV (gender-based violence), started at the Grand Parade, where the bikers gathered, dressed in black and red, to show solidarity with those affected by gender-based violence. 

The event was also
to commemorate Women’s
Day and started at the Grand
Parade, going via the N2 to
Mitchell’s Plain.

The bikers rode from the Grand Parade via the N2 to Mitchell’s Plain, where they said they would meet up with Mayor Dan Plato and other officials.