Top mountain biker Sarah Hill showed how versatile she could be when she won her first road race at the inaugural Joburg Classic, which took place at Nooitgedacht Primary on November 21. The Galileo Risk rider claimed a narrow win, beating Joanna van de Winkel and Melissa Kretzinger into second and third in the 113km
The Gift Market has been entertaining visitors and providing the Hermanus community with an array of unique and talented vendors for five years. The market, which is taking place from December 16 to 23 at Curro Hermanus Independent School, is a unique annual shopping experience held during the peak of summer. It will be open
Professional mountain biker Sarah Hill felt physically, mentally, and emotionally fulfilled when she won the three-day Sabie Xperience, which started at Floreat Riverside Lodge on November 13. This was the 27-year-old’s first solo stage race win. Hill usually partners up with Theresa Ralph, who placed second in this race. “It was an incredible feeling to
The popular Greyt Escape, which was previously presented as a three-day mountain bike stage race, has packed all the action into a one-day challenge when it takes place at Middelplaas Farm, Greyton, on April 10.
Alex Harris fought through high temperatures and sleep deprivation to ultimately break the Race Across South Africa (RASA) record when he crossed the finish line in Wellington yesterday.
Alex Harris, organiser of the Munga MTB race, has ridden an extremely calculated ride and with less than 24 hours to go and barring catastrophe, he is on track to break the current Race Across South Africa record.
This year’s Race Across South Africa (RASA), which falls under the Freedom Challenge banner, officially started in Pietermaritzburg this morning.
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The pandemic has caused the postponement or cancellation of numerous cycling events, but organisers of the popular Amashova Durban Classic decided to go virtual this year.
This year’s De Hoop Vlei MTB Experience is set to take place at one of Cape Nature’s prestigious nature reserves known as De Hoop Nature Reserve from November 20 to 22.
The Amashova cycling race, which is South Africa’s oldest road classic, has opted for the virtual option this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The De Hoop Vlei MTB Experience will offer a one-of-a-kind intimate guided experience in the Western Cape-based nature reserve De Hoop Collection, when the three-day event starts on November 20.
This year’s De Hoop Vlei MTB Experience will take place from November 20 to 22 at one of Cape Nature’s flagship nature reserves known as De Hoop Collection. The 2020 edition will take the format of a guided mountain bike ride, without the racing and timing element. “This is a magical breakaway from reality,” said