Kirsten Landman

Dakar 2020

#firstafricanwomandakar2020

SOUTH AFRICA’S TOP FEMALE ENDURO RACER

is now taking on the ultimate motorsport endurance challenge, the Dakar.

Kirsten Landman is a professional offroad & hard enduro rider from Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. She has been riding since the age of 8 & launched her professional career at the age of 22.

Growing up on dirt bikes, which started off as just fun with her cousin and uncle, has now turned into Kirsten Landman making history and a name for herself worldwide in the hard enduro racing scene. Competing in major international events, Kirsten has become the first female to finish races such as Redbull Romaniacs, Redbull Sea to Sky, Redbull Megawatt 111, Redbull Braveman & the Roof of Africa.

Since then Kirsten has achieved her South African Springbok colours whilst competing at the top level of her sport all over the world & most times being the only lady to do so.

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A huge thank you to Ryobi Africa for coming onboard in supporting Kirsten towards the Merzouga Rally

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Kirsten will be the #firstafricanwoman to race the Dakar in 2020. This is will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to put Africa’s women in motor sport achievements in the spot light.

Let’s get OUR Kirsten to Dakar and support her to the finish!

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My love and passion for animals is my life, besides riding. My best friend Sammy a 3 year old Terrier X that was rescued from a informal settlement in Diepsloot, later taken to F.O.R.A where I was fortunate enough to be blessed with this bundle of joy that brings me so much love and happiness. With nature of my sport being outdoors across all terrains, we tend to cross a lot of informal settlements and rural villages where I continually come across less fortunate dogs and cats in these areas, that are malnourished, overbred and in dire need of help.

I want to be able to help those animals and give them a better chance at life, stop the overbreeding, educate the families on how to look after their animals and hopefully make a small difference.

My idea for the Saving Animals Movement is to give 50% of all money raised to the S.A.M Foundation which will be used to sterilize those dogs and cats found in rural and informal settlements. I have already started to collect food and blankets for those cats and dogs to give to them when they are returned to their homes, and if they have no homes we will help find them their forever homes

You can support the S.A.M Foundation by donating money, buying a raffle ticket or giving food to us for the cats and dogs.

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