Tracker and Jacaranda FM’s Off the Beat ‘n Track
“If you call me babe, I’ll call you darling,” Majozi jamming full of soul on the stage, and in our view there is a dad kissing his little girls forehead.
By: Letlhogonolo Ndhlovu
We were in Irene, Centurion on Saturday the 8th 2017 for the first Tracker and Jacaranda FM’s Off the Beat ‘n Track mountain biking and music event which was packed with enthusiastic cyclists and supporters of all ages.
Jacaranda FM’s GM, Kevin Fine, said: “The event was a unique fusion of sport, family and music – yet another first for Jacaranda FM and a brilliant partnership with Tracker. There was something for everybody in a great setting and it proved to be a great day – I’m already looking forward to next year’s event.
I think I enjoyed the track more because it was muddy, look at my legs, I had fun!” said a young Johan brown from his feet up.
The mountain biking trails ranged from 2, 5, 15 and 50 kilometers, what was really cool and seemed to excite participants further was riding up the ramp on the stage to end the race.
When all the bikes were parked or being washed, Majozi, Beatenberg and Rubber Duc entertained the crowd!
“The first ever Off the Beat ‘n Track in partnership with Jacaranda FM was a massive success, Tracker’s CEO, Wayne de Nobrega, mentioned.
We agree, here’s our gallery of the festivities: