Lucky Draw Winner | 30th June

Here comes the list of first six lucky winners of giveaways provided by PANC Bikes.

  1. Swat Light – Aayush Simkhada, Reg# 631566072
  2. Helmet – Ishan Tamrakar, Reg# 630361534
  3. Helmet – Shanta Lama, Reg# 643501739
  4. Jacket – Claudia Alsius, Reg#638040364
  5. Jacket – Prabin Adhikari, Reg# 640973472
  6. Jacket – Sankar Bhujel, Reg# 643975818

Congralution all six lucky winners from entire Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge 2017 team, socialtours, CCNN and PANC Bikes

Winners should contact PANC Bikes in Kantipath to collect their gift. Remember to take your registration ticket and proof of identity.

The process?

Out of all registration, 1267 to be precise, until 2pm today, we randomly generated a number from random.org and picked up the lucky number according to the serial no. and randomly generated number.

We still have many more giveaways in week to come, register and enlist yourself to win the gifts and many more benefits including a free membership with Nepal Cycling Association.

Free Membership with Nepal Cycling Association

Claim your free membership with Nepal Cycling Association when you register for Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge 2017.

The process is simple – if you have registered for Kora 17 (if you haven’t then follow http://kora17.eventbrite.com), visit our office in Thamel at Tridevi Marg (opp. Himalayan Bank) with your printed registration ticket. Remember the ticket has to be printed and signed by registered rider himself. Present the ticket to one of our team members who will provide you with a temporary membership card with your name and kora 17 registration number. You are done!! You are officially a proud member of Nepal Cycling Association.

Furthermore, if you have collected or wish to contribute for Bungamati Trails, please come along with your contribution too. Your contribution is very important to us to built and maintain cycling trail in Bungamati Khokana area for yourself, riders and cycling tourism.

Being a member of NCA, you will be offered with lots of benefits and privileges. Please visit their website for details on membership. This membership is worth Rs 1000 but being a registered rider, you are granted the membership for FREE.

Please bring – Printed Kora 17 ticket with waiver signed by the rider, pledges or donations and excitement.

Register & Win kickstarts for 2017

The Kora Dashain has started!!

Register to Win exciting prizes from PANC BIKES, Jamal. The treasure trove is amazing – bike lights, helmets, jackets. Check it out! Starting tomorrow, we shall be announcing winners chosen at random by an online randomizer that selects from the registration numbers. Register fast if you want to have the chance to win these prizes!

 

 

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Eventbrite - #kora17 | Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge 2017

kora17 | the cause

This year, KORA will be looking at using the funds that the cyclists will raise to kickstart a wonderful project that will finance cycling trails in the Bungamati Area of Kathmandu valley, making the area perfect for families, amateur riders, and even professional riders wishing to improve their biking skills.

The collective benefits of this fund raising will benefit cyclists themselves, and each contributor can be glad that their contributions have helped Nepal have its first Cycle Friendly Zone – with trails for each type of rider.

At Bungamati, the Bungamati Trails Initiative is led by a group of youth representing different local clubs, working together in this initiative that will lead to more people visiting the place, and create employment opportunities for the locals as cycling guides, repair centres, coffee shops, handicraft centres and also eventually overnight stays. All this will contribute to the reconstruction efforts of this area.

Each contributors contribution will be.recorded as part of this initiative, and each funder can be happy that their contributions has kickstarted something innovative in Nepal.

#kora16 | Post Media Advisory

A Synopsis of the Cause

The Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge 2016 aims to raise funds for the following causes:
1) ‘Medicare on Wheels’ An ambulance for the village of Gatlang,Rasuwa
2) ‘Help a Child get education’ A school at Sikherbesi, Nuwakot
Karma Foundation the philanthropy wing of Socialtours along with Cycle City Network Nepal will be co-organising the Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge 2016.

The project ‘Medicare on Wheels’ will be carried out in close coordination with our Kora partners Cycle City Network Nepal. This project is expected to provide direct health access to about 1900 people of Gatlang and to approximately 400 other people from the neighboring villages of Chilime and Syabrubesi.

The school at Shikherbesi, Nuwakot will benefit children from roughly 600 families. Working with Nepal Cycle Ride to Rescue, The Karma Foundation hopes to raise enough funds to complete the school this calendar year. NCRR is building schools in Nuwakot under the slogan ‘7 schools in 7 weeks’. So far 5 of these schools have been completed and handed over to the concerned authorities. The building of the 6th school will be undertaken from the funds raised by Kora 16.

Over 2500 cyclists have registered for the event and will aim to complete the 50Km, 75Km and 100Km Kora challenge. The event encourages all to be a part of the challenge to raise funds to help people out in far flung villages, have access to healthcare and education.

The day of the challenge itself: Kathmandu, July 16, 2016:
The event got underway on the 16th of July, 2016 with over 2000 riders gathering at Patan Durbar square from as early as 6.30 AM. The area bore a festive look with a mosaic of colors and riders from varied backgrounds assembled and eager to take on the challenge head on.

Raj Gyawali from socialtours one of the co-organizers flagged off the 100KM riders at 8 AM, followed by 75KM and then 50 KM. By 8:30 AM all the riders had left and the place bore a deserted look. The riders followed their respective trails with the help of international standard trail markers on the route or on an application specially earmarked for the event on Android. Both of these were a first in the history of cycling in Nepal.

Amongst the riders were also certified first aiders, mechanics and medics to make the riding experience safe. Water points along the route made sure the riders were hydrated all the time thus preventing fatigue and dehydration related cramps.

Riders began pouring into Samata School from 1200 hrs onwards, where a special Kora food court was organized to refuel the riders. Food ranging from hot dogs to meat wraps was available to suit every palate.
Around 2 pm the first riders began to trickle into Patan Durbar Square once again transforming the place into a festive ground. The riders were presented with a gold medal each to commemorate their success thus proving ‘Everyone is a winner’.

The event was a great success and the organizers would like to take this opportunity to thank the riding community for their participation and enthusiasm. Adieu!!! Till Kathmandu Kora cycling challenge July 15, 2017.

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Terms and Conditions for Kathmandu Kora 16 Click2Win

photographycontest

You have done the #kora16, now share your memories with us and win a two nights/ three day stay at the Chitwan National Park for two.

Rules for the competition:

1) The photographs should be of Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge 2016

2) A maximum of three photographs per entry is allowed

3) Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge reserves the right to use the photographs as and when they deem necessary with due credit to the photographer.

4) Plagiarism will not be tolerated and such entries will be disqualified with no further explanation.

5) The decision of the Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge committee shall be final and no enquiries will be entertained.