Have you got a load of old cycling kit that you just can't bring yourself to get rid of? Well, instead of throwing it in the bin, why not donate it to someone who needs it more than you?
Dimension Data rider Matt Brammeier (opens in new tab) has started a clothing drive, where unwanted kit from around the world will be given to riders in Africa who don't have the luxury of a decent cycling jersey or a pair of padded shorts.
Brammeier's 'Africa Rising' project is both helping you de-clutter your wardrobe and also give some cyclists in Africa the clothing they need to improve and enjoy their cycling.
Whether it's helmets, shoes, jerseys or shorts, you can drop your items off at the bike shops below, although more locations will be added, so check out Brammeier's blog (opens in new tab) for more information.
Paul Fitzsimons – email@example.com
Old Church Road
Lower Kilmacud Road
The Edge Sports Superstore – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kinsale Road Commercial Centre
Marrey Bikes – email@example.com
Watson’s Land, Ballinrobe
Downey Cycles – Seandowney10@hotmail.co.uk
33 Parkrow Road
McConvey Cycles – Eamon Mcconvey – firstname.lastname@example.org
183 Ormeau Road,
Giant Store Camden -Nick Freilich – email@example.com
75 Kentish Town Road
Quinns Bike Centre – Steve Webster – firstname.lastname@example.org
385, 379 Edge Lane,
Lutterworth Cycle Centre– Robert Orr – email@example.com
1b George Street
Girona Cycle Centre – Dave Walsh- firstname.lastname@example.org
Carrer Mercaders 14,
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Stuart Clarke is a News Associates trained journalist who has worked for the likes of the British Olympic Associate, British Rowing and the England and Wales Cricket Board, and of course Cycling Weekly. His work at Cycling Weekly has focused upon professional racing, following the World Tour races and its characters.
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