Subaru drives into Berg & Bush again

Subaru drives into Berg & Bush again

Vehicle sponsor Subaru Pietermaritzburg has bolstered its ongoing investment into mountain biking in KwaZulu-Natal by reaffirming its commitment to the FedGroup Berg & Bush, organisers announced this week. The partnership with the off-road event will see various models, such as the Subaru Forester, Outback and new XV, put to the test on challenging terrain that […]

Lance Armstrong to be stripped of titles for doping

Lance Armstrong to be stripped of titles for doping

Lance Armstrong will be stripped of his seven Tour de France titles, the US Anti-Doping Agency said Thursday after the cycling icon announced he would no longer fight the drug charges that have stained his legacy. USADA said Armstrong will be barred from cycling for life for using performance-enhancing drugs to win cycling’s most prestigious […]

Lance Armstrong’s prestigious cycling career

Lance Armstrong’s prestigious cycling career

Lance Armstrong’s career and the doping accusations that have the US cycling icon facing a lifetime ban and loss of his seven Tour de France titles: 1992: After competing in the Barcelona Olympics, Armstrong turns professional. Finishes last in his first pro race, the Clasica de San Sebastian. 1993: Wins the world championship, the USPRO […]

Stander and Buys ready for Olympics

Stander and Buys ready for Olympics

  South African mountain bike ace Burry Stander says he and Olympic teammate Philip Buys are in fine form ahead of the London Games. Stander defended his national cross country title at Mankele MTB Park outside Nelspruit at the weekend, crossing the line one minute, 35 seconds ahead of Buys who finished second. The duo […]

Comrades of cycling to test the toughest

Comrades of cycling to test the toughest

Wanted! Riders with a sense of adventure; cyclists who are not afraid to face a tough challenge. This is not the wording for an advertisement for the Bestmed Jock Cycle Classique, but it could have been. The race, presented by ASG and organised by Wynand de Villiers, will be held in the Lowveld on July […]

Day 3: George, Evans reclaim sani2c

Day 3: George, Evans reclaim sani2c

After last year’s heartbreak, Kevin Evans and David George smashed the course record to reclaim their rightful place as winners of the 2012 sani2c, presented by BoE Private Clients, in Scottburgh on Saturday morning. The Nedbank 360Life riders took the overall lead after winning the opening stage between Underberg and McKenzie Club near Ixopo, KwaZulu-Natal, […]

Day 2: George, Evans in command at sani2c

Day 2: George, Evans in command at sani2c

David George and Kevin Evans turned in another commanding performance in near-perfect mountain biking conditions to claim the second stage of the sani2c, presented by BoE Private Clients, in southern KwaZulu-Natal yesterday. The Nedbank 360Life pair, from Cape Town and Plettenberg Bay respectively, powered through the 99km queen stage from McKenzie Club near Ixopo to […]

George, Evans call the shots at sani2c

George, Evans call the shots at sani2c

David George and Kevin Evans came out all guns blazing on the opening stage of the three-day sani2c, presented by BoE Private Clients, in KwaZulu-Natal yesterday. The Nedbank 360Life riders drove the pace from the start to take the 86km first stage from Underberg to McKenzie Club near Ixopo in a record-shattering time of 2:35:44. […]

Augustyn home for recovery cycle

Augustyn home for recovery cycle

John-Lee Augustyn, one of South Africa’s foremost cycling exports, has returned home to share the benefit of his extensive international experience with the Port Elizabeth cycling fraternity while he recovers from a lingering hip injury. The 25-year-old is one of only two South African cyclists to have participated in all three European grand tours – […]

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