KOTO DREAM RIDE 2018

September 20, 2018

KOTO is excited to announce that our annual fundraising event – KOTO DREAM RIDE 2018 will  run on the 10th of November 2018.

Since the very first KOTO Dream Ride took place in 2001 from Hanoi to Tam Dao mountain, this activity has become a traditional event that gathers hundreds of expats and the local community to participate. For Dream Ride 2018, we aim to raise USD30,000 to support the operation of KOTO Foundation.

 

The 55km bike riding route will start at The United Nations International School of Hanoi (UNIS) and pass through many stunning landscapes of Northern Vietnam such as villages, pagodas & green paddy fields providing an adventurous and different taste of fun. Especially this year, the option of riding 25 km is available for any junior and adult rider if it better suits you. The finish line for this route option is at Co Loa Citadel (tea break destination) and a bus will be provided for riders to return to UNIS.

 

Dream Ride 2018 is a fantastic occasion for people to support a great cause while enjoying a good time on the weekend. It promises to offer a different experience for all riders, friends and families. Join us to make Dream Ride this year a success while you personally, will create a positive impact to many street kids and disadvantaged youthS in Vietnam through the empowerment of social enterprise.

  

Event’s details are as below: KOTO DREAM RIDE 2018 – Ride to Build DREAMS

 

Date & Time: 7.00 a.m, Saturday, 10th November 2018

Start and finish at: United Nations International School of Hanoi – G9 Ciputra, Tay Ho, Hanoi.

Entry tickets: 1,980,000VND per person ($85).

 

Special offers for groups, students and children.

  • Group from 5 riders: VND 1,780,000 ($76)

  • Students: VND 1,680,000 ($72)

  • Children under 12 years old: VND 1,400,000 ($60)

10% off for registrations before 13th October 2018.

 

REGISTER HERE

 

 

Cannot ride on the day? Sponsor KOTO trainees to ride on your behalf:  https://www.givenow.com.au/koto

All proceeds go directly to change the lives of many at risk kids via KOTO program.

For media, please contact: Ms.Hanh Bui at honghanh.bui@koto.com.au or (+84) 975319654.

 

 

 

 

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