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December 6, 2017, Comments Off on How My Bicycle Has Changed My Life

On the 26 July this year, I walked into my local cycling store and bought a secondhand mountain bike. The rest is history…

How To Use Your Brakes The Right Way

November 24, 2017, Comments Off on How To Use Your Brakes The Right Way

Scrubbing speed, slowing down, and bringing your bike to a halt are essential skills nobody really teaches us. ... Read More »

Wines2Whales Windventure Was No Breeze

November 1, 2017, Comments Off on Wines2Whales Windventure Was No Breeze

What riders talk about during a gusty, dusty three-day MTB stage race. ... Read More »

Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 7 Recap

October 23, 2017, Comments Off on Ladies in Red – Cape Pioneer Trek Stage 7 Recap

Conditions were near-perfect today with ‘only’ 64km/1150m to negotiate before riders were rewarded with a Cape Pioneer Trek finisher’ ... Read More »

  • Do Veined Legs Mean Anything?
    October 10, 2017, Comments Off on Do Veined Legs Mean Anything?

    I’m still stuck on Pavel Poljanski’s veined legs pic from the Tour de France, I want to achieve that – what would it take for me to get ther ... 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 »