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The 2011 Challenge4aCause Damaraland Challenge has come to a successful close. All the cyclists completed the grueling 300km ride through the harsh desert conditions and in so doing have raised funds to help save the endangered desert adapted black rhino! We’ll be updating our blog with full video, pics and a write up in the coming days, but we thought in the meantime we would give you a little teaser post to show you some of the spectacular event!
Covering up to deal with the desert sand
The participants celebrating
Did you know scorpions glow under UV light?
This is camping under the stars!
We sent our video guru along on the Challenge4aCause event to snap pics and shoot some awesome video. Watch the teaser video below to see a bit of the amazing time-lapse footage of the Namibian night sky. There’s plenty more to come, including a few tumbles caught on film and some footage shot from our new gopro camera!
You can see more photographs from the 2011 Damaraland Challenge in the album on our Facebook page. You can find out more about Challenge4aCause on the Challenge4aCause Facebook page.
If you would like to participate in the next event, contact Challenge4aCause at: firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to do your bit to help save the rhino and donate towards Challenge4aCause you can visit the donations page.
Look out for much more Challenge4aCause pics and video coming soon!
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Craig Harding is the general go-to guy at Rhino Africa. He's pretty chilled out so he's the right guy to have by your side on an intrepid adventure. He says 'the journey is the destination' so we just all nod and agree - it's better that way...
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You guys were awesome !!
Woohoo! Looks awesome!
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