AusCham member, KOTO, will hold its 14th Annual KOTO Dream Ride on Sunday, 15 November 2015 in Hanoi.
KOTO DREAM RIDE 2015 – INFORMATION PACKAGE
About KOTO Dream Ride 2015
2015 marks the 14th KOTO Dream Ride, an annual fundraising event where all proceeds will be used to support the continued work of providing hopes and brighter future for at-risk and disadvantaged youth by raising money to support the KOTO not-for-profit vocational training program.
Growing from 30 riders in 2002 to over 100 riders mainly through word of mouth, the Dream Ride has raised over US$250,000 over the last 14 years.
This year we aim to attract 200 hundred bikers to help us fundraise, to bring awareness and attention to the wonderful work that is being carried out at our training center. We hope to raise US $50,000, which will be used specifically to cover the annual rental cost of training centers and housing for 200 trainees.
On Sunday, November 15, KOTO Dream Ride bikers will go out on a loop ride starting at the United Nations International School (UNIS) to Chua Thay Pagoda and back. This fun bike ride challenge of about 65 km will take cyclists through some beautiful countryside, pagodas and rice fields around Hanoi.
- Date: Sunday, November 15th, 2015
- Start/Finish Point: UNIS, G9 Ciputra, Lac Long Quan, Tay Ho, Hanoi
On the Day:
- 07:00 Registration, Briefing, Drinks and Breakfast Snacks
- 08:00 Start the Dream Ride
- 9:30 – 10:30 Chua Thay Pagoda (Half-Way Mark): Snack
- 12:00 Finish Dream Ride 2015 Light Lunch
How to join KOTO Dream Ride 2015
For online registration, please visit: koto.com.au/dreamride2015
- General Biker: VND 2,000,000 / person
- Group of 6: VND 10,000,000
- Family Package (2 adults, 2 kids under 17): VND 5,000,000
- Bike Rental: VND 200,000 / bike
Registration before 11:59PM Oct 26, 2015 will receive 10% discount on total fee.
Mr. Dat Quoc Pham
Marketing Manager, KOTO Hanoi
+84 16 44 00 55 18
KOTO (Know One, Teach One), the not-for-profit hospitality training organization Jimmy Pham founded and is now Executive Chairman of, has trained over 580 street and disadvantaged Vietnamese youth in its Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) training centers. Its 24-month program includes front-of-house and kitchen, as well as English and life skills training and provides trainees with accommodation, food and medical care, all free of charge. It has two restaurants in Hanoi and HCMC where trainees work to get practical experience and all profits are invested back into the program.