Lance Armstrong Plea to Transport MEC

Lance Armstrong, has pleaded for an end to the cyclist carnage on Western Cape's roads. This after a number recent accidents killing and injuring cyclists.

On Wednesday, he cycled from Cape Town to Somerset West, where he met Transport MEC Robin Carlisle, to personally endorse the Western Cape's Safely Home campaign.

Lance Armstrong then set out with a group of cyclists who had paid for the honour of cycling with him, in aid of the JAG sports foundation charity.

After the meeting with the Transport MEC, Carlisle and Armstrong said in a joint statement they were "heartbroken" over the recent deaths on the Cape's roads wich has taken the lives of Frank Nel, Magda van Lill and Jan Eloff outside Oudtshoorn.

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