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Been riding for a while and ready to do your first race. You have two big questions to answer: Are you fit enough, and how exactly do you enter?
This chiselled muscle is an unmistakable mark of the fittest, most dedicated cyclists. Here’s how to strengthen yours – and get enviable quads in the process.
Rainy conditions and slick cobbles made the women’s Tour de France a crash-filled, yet exciting race.Read more
South Africa’s Keagan Girdlestone finished fourth in the Junior Men’s Individual Time Trial at the Road World Champs currently underway in Richmond, USA. The 18-year-old finished the 30km course in a time of 38:52.74 (+1:07.73 behind the winner, Germany’s Leo Appelt).Read more
Entries for the two-day, 100km ‘Bitter-Sweet’ MTB Challenge, which hugs the KZN South Coast’s splendid shoreline, close in less than a week. Entries are limited so get your entry in.Read more
Peter Sagan made up for a long series of placings and disappointments by winning the Elite men’s Road Race title with a show of strength and skill. SA’s Daryl Impey was ever-present in the main bunch and eventually finished 50th.Read more
How committed to your training are you? With an entry to the Cape Epic in the books for one reader, training couldn’t stop just because of a business trip. So he took his bike with. To Iran, no less.Read more
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How committed to your training are you? With an entry to the Cape Epic in the books for one reader, training couldn’t stop just because of a business trip. So he took his bike with. To Iran, no less.Read more »
Bruce’s recovery after his Transcontinental disappointment has been littered with stumbling blocks (aka boulder-sized cobblestones), but it’s also been time for reflection and looking forward towards the next adventure, the 2016 Cape Epic!Read more »
“Sometimes we ride our bikes and find ourselves in the middle of nowhere, and sometimes in the middle of nowhere we find ourselves.”Read more »
October 8, 2015
Entries to the Western Cape’s second-largest road cycling event, the Stellenbosch Cycle Tour, will open on Tuesday 13 October at 1pm.Full Post »
October 8, 2015
On the 9th of October, 5 athletes will depart from Cairo in the shadow of the Giza Pyramids, heading towards Cape Town. They are aiming to set a new world record – the fastest human-powered crossing of the African continent.Full Post »
October 7, 2015
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