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“Be the compromise you want to see in the world.”
Mahatma Gandhi

Free to ride Bike Parks

When Parel Vallei High school was in need of a venue to host their chapter of the very popular Schools MTB league competition, a proposal was floated to temporarily use Southey Vines Park in central Somerset West as the venue. A route was mapped out, marked with lime, and
levelled, so that the kids had a race track. The venue and new track proved to be a great success. The Spur League competition has been held here since 2013.

Please note that the wearing of bicycle helmets is required when riding in the park.

There are no public toilets available at the park, please plan accordingly.



The Southey Vines bike park is a safe venue to ride your mountain bike and hone your riding skills in central Somerset West.  Over the years the Wine Lands Cycling Club has remained involved with the upgrade and evolution of the bike park . The bike park is used daily by old and young who want to improve their fitness, have fun and improve their off-road cycling skills. This facility is established on municipal ground and is open to all, at no charge. 

Raithby School Information and Communications Technology Skills Development

(Funded by Wannabees [now Wine Lands Cycling Club] & Graaf Trust - managed by Edunova)

For the past 3 years, Edunova, with the support of the Wannabees Cycling Club and The Graaf Trust, has been investing time and educational input into the Raithby Primary school. This has been carried out by a qualified Edunova team and in full partnership with the Western Cape Department of Education, as this approach builds sustainability into the programme.

The focus for 2021 onwards will continue to be teacher and learner-centered, with the vision on improving learning styles and integrating learner Information and Communications Technology (ICT) tools. With the Covid pandemic now ‘embedded’ support for teachers and learners using technology has become vital – it is no longer a luxury!



  • To train the School Management Team (SMT) to lead a whole-school approach to (ICT) transformation

  • To support educators to lead and align ICT with the curriculum and support learners  

  • To implement strategies that cultivate innovation and transformation

  • To provide learners with opportunities to engage in coding, robotics and machine building