HSBC Pok Oi Cycle for Millions 2009
 

On 15 March 2009, 3,000 people hit the pedal in HSBC Pok Oi Cycle for Millions. HSBC not only partners with Pok Oi to organise the charity ride, which was the first of its kind in Hong Kong, Chief Executive Officer Sandy Flockhart also led an HSBC team of 300 employees to participate in the event. Among HSBC colleagues are the Bank's pro-cycling team which was set up last year. Joining them were riders from corporates as well as social welfare agencies, students and members of the public.

Participants started at Tai Po Waterfront Park and rode along the Tolo Harbour Cycle Track to Shatin Park, with a total distance of 10km. While pedaling for a green community, the participating corporate teams and individuals also raised HKD3 million to support Pok Oi's diversified range of education, medical and social services.

HSBC also clinches Team Spirit Award, Road Safety Award and 2nd runner-up of Best Fundraising Team (Corporate category).

  Video:   Event highlights on 15 March 2009


  Sandy Flockhart

Cycling is a green and healthy sport. Through our support of HSBC Pok Oi Cycle for Millions, HSBC is promoting the sport to the wider community. We are also encouraging members of the public to support environmental protection and lead a greener lifestyle.
Sandy Flockhart
Chief Executive Officer
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited

We are pleased to support the event. It is a very meaningful fund-raising activity that can help promote cycling as well as the spirit of giving.
Teresa Au
Head of Corporate Sustainability Asia Pacific Region
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited

Teresa Au
  David Chung

Cycling is good for our health, as well as the environment. We're now considering to cycle to work and to school in the future.
HSBC colleague David Chung
and his nephew Yeung Tak Chun

It is an environmentally friendly activity and carries the positive message of doing exercise. We enjoy very much. I will bring my children and friends to join again next year. It's a nice activity.
Participants

Participants

Last modified date: March 2009

 
(from right to left) Anita Fung, Group General Manager, Head of Global Markets, Asia Pacific; Teresa Au, Head of Corporate Sustainability ASP; Sandy Flockhart, Chief Executive Officer Asia Pacific; Frank Slevin, Head of Global Banking ASP, Finn Slevin, Frank's son and HSBC riders were in high spirits at the starting line

(from right to left) Anita Fung, Group General Manager, Head of Global Markets, Asia Pacific; Teresa Au, Head of Corporate Sustainability ASP; Sandy Flockhart, Chief Executive Officer Asia Pacific; Frank Slevin, Head of Global Banking ASP, Finn Slevin, Frank's son and HSBC riders were in high spirits at the starting line.

Sandy Flockhart enjoyed riding on Tolo Harbour Cycle Track

Sandy Flockhart enjoyed riding on Tolo Harbour Cycle Track.

(2nd row, 7th right) Anita Fung, (2nd row, 9th right) Sandy Flockhart, (2nd row, 11th right) Frank Slevin, (front row, 3rd right) Teresa Au and HSBC colleagues hurray after finishing the ride

(2nd row, 7th right) Anita Fung, (2nd row, 9th right) Sandy Flockhart, (2nd row, 11th right) Frank Slevin, (front row, 3rd right) Teresa Au and HSBC colleagues hurray after finishing the ride.

HSBC Insurance colleagues take picture with Sandy (2nd row, 4th left) and Teresa (2nd row, 3rd left)  before the ride

HSBC Insurance colleagues take picture with Sandy (2nd row, 4th left) and Teresa (2nd row, 3rd left) before the ride.

HSBC volunteers help out with the registration of riders

HSBC volunteers help out with the registration of riders.

Artist Yam Yin-chai (3rd left) and Bauhaus team support the charity ride

Artist Yam Yin-chai (3rd left) and Bauhaus team support the charity ride.

Riders in fun and creative outfit

Riders in fun and creative outfit.

HSBC pro-cycling team

HSBC pro-cycling team.