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October 19, 2017, Comments Off on Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 4 Recap

For the first time since Sunday the race village was very relaxed and the weather calm ahead of the short but brutal mid-week time-trial.

Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 3 Recap

October 18, 2017, Comments Off on Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 3 Recap

The wind blew again last night. In fact we battled to sleep such was its severity and, upon leaving our tents for breakfast, it was evident a few had ... Read More »

Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 2 Recap

October 17, 2017, Comments Off on Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 2 Recap

Wind may have wreaked havoc with the peloton on stage 2 of the Pioneer Trek but the trails were simply sublime. ... Read More »

Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 1 Recap

October 16, 2017, Comments Off on Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 1 Recap

Tandi Kitching and Jenna Borrill of Team Bicycling are tackling the 2017 Momentum Health Cape Pioneer Trek. Stay up to date with their progress by fol ... Read More »

  • Blitzing Stage 2 At The Berg & Bush
    October 12, 2017, Comments Off on Blitzing Stage 2 At The Berg & Bush

    After putting some real effort into preparation, one racer goes hell for leather to break his Berg & Bush curse ... Read More »

  • A Journey to the Top of the World
    October 2, 2017, Comments Off on A Journey to the Top of the World

    Now in its 14th year, the 7Weekspoort MTB Challenge is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque races on the Western Cape calendar, says Bicycling onli ... Read More »

  • The Final Showdown
    October 2, 2017, Comments Off on The Final Showdown

    Despite almost losing his newly built Merida to thieves, Jamie Penfold focuses on the many positives of what has been an extremely successful season. ... Read More »

  • Time Flies When You’re Having Fun
    September 28, 2017, Comments Off on Time Flies When You’re Having Fun

    Six years ago today, Oli wrote his first column for Bicycling Magazine. It’s also the day he writes his last! ... Read More »

  • Sabie’s Qhubeka Peleton
    September 21, 2017, Comments Off on Sabie’s Qhubeka Peleton

    From ‘downhill to uphill’ team time-trials, the aim of the York Timbers Enduro is to reward the team with the best overall skill-set. ... Read More »

  • Alan Hatherly Has Gone Next Level!
    September 14, 2017, Comments Off on Alan Hatherly Has Gone Next Level!

    Oliver “Pinner” Munnik has a chat with SA’s next big MTB thing about his big achievement at World Champs, racing elite and going big ... Read More »

  • Eurobike2017 From a South African Perspective
    September 8, 2017, Comments Off on Eurobike2017 From a South African Perspective

    With cycling’s largest international trade show, Eurobike, having taken place recently, Oli gets perspective of the scale of the annual event, who a ... Read More »

  • The Flow – The Andrew Neethling Interview
    September 7, 2017, Comments Off on The Flow – The Andrew Neethling Interview

    We finally managed to slow down one of SA’s fastest DH riders ever, Andrew ‘Needles’ Neethling for a beer and a chat. Here’s w ... Read More »

  • And Now the Hard Work Starts
    September 5, 2017, Comments Off on And Now the Hard Work Starts

    I am now into the second half of my cycling season and it couldn’t have started any better. ... Read More »

  • Say Goodbye to Pinch Flats with Foam Inserts
    August 31, 2017, Comments Off on Say Goodbye to Pinch Flats with Foam Inserts

    Sitting between your rim and tyre, ‘foam inserts’ provide an additional layer of protection against pinch flats and rim damage… as O ... Read More »