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Cavendish skips Giro, targets TdF
British sprint specialist Mark Cavendish revealed on Friday that he would bypass this year's Giro d'Italia to focus on the Tour de France which begins on July 5. Read full article
Rainbow qualifier opportunity at Karkloof
Mountain bikers from across the country will be racing the 60km race at the Sappi Karkloof Classic festival in under a month’s time. Read full article
Berg & Bush opens event to teens
The FedGroup Berg & Bush is set to give talented youngsters their first real taste of stage racing by allowing teenagers to participate in the two-day mountain bike event Read full article
Minor tweaks to successful Dusi2C route formula
BSi Steel Dusi2c organiser Glen Haw has vowed not to tinker with the route that was used in the successful introduction of the two day mountain bike. Read full article
Epic journey to aQuellé Tour Durban to help the elderly
The aQuellé Tour Durban is a tough enough challenge for road cyclists to complete but for Cape rider David Kleynhans this year’s race will be part of an epic 3300km journey. Read full article
joBerg2c unveils new Vaal Dam crossing
Organisers of the Old Mutual joBerg2c mountain bike race have unveiled a brand new Vaal Dam crossing on the opening stage of the nine-day mountain bike race, which starts near Johannesburg on April 25. Read full article
Biermans wins SA's longest mountain bike race
Dutch endurance mountain bike racing specialist, Jean Biermans (Sunweb Napoleon Games), has won the third annual 36ONE Mountain Bike Challenge in Oudtshoorn. Read full article
Dutch cyclist Gesink has heart problem
Dutchman Robert Gesink will undergo a heart operation after suffering pain during last week's Tour of the Basque Country, the Belkin rider revealed on Tuesday. Read full article
KZN Women's team out to make their mark on aQuellé Tour
At a time when women's road cycling is experiencing a drain of sponsors, the newly formed Time Freight VELOLife team is targeting the aQuellé Tour Durban on Monday 28 April. Read full article
Perry rules Emperors Palace race
Former national time-trial champion James Perry showed his natural flair when he launched a solo attack with kilometres to go to take an unchallenged victory at the Emperors Palace Classic. Read full article
Wiggins vows to earn Team Sky Tour place
Former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins vowed to earn his place on the Sky team to support defending champion Chris Froome in July after finishing ninth at Paris-Roubaix. Read full article
Absalon reigns supreme in PMB
The 2014 UCI MTB World Cup at Cascades MTB Park in Pietermaritzburg came to a thrilling end with the elite men’s cross country final that saw Julien Absalon claim his maiden victory in South Africa. Read full article
Fairytale start to Neff’s elite MTB career
Jolanda Neff claimed her maiden elite Cross Country World Cup win at the same Cascades MTB Park where she won her under-23 World Championship title last year. Read full article
Sarrou, Rissveds win in hot Maritzburg
Jordan Sarrou and Jenny Rissveds won the under-23 men’s and women’s cross country races of the UCI MTB World Cup season opener in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday. Read full article
Terpstra takes surprise Paris-Roubaix win
Niki Terpstra of the Netherlands seized his opportunity to pip the pre-race favourites and clinch the biggest victory of his career when he won the Paris-Roubaix classic on Sunday. Read full article
'Mzansi Tour good preparation for Europe'
The Mzansi Tour has helped the riders prepare well for the rest of the tough European season that lies ahead, MTN-Qhubeka rider Jacques Janse van Rensburg said after the 2.2 UCI ranked tour ended in Midrand.. Read full article
Cancellara seeks new Paris-Roubaix success
Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara on Sunday sought a record-equalling fourth win in the gruelling Paris-Roubaix cycling classic across the cobbles of northern France. Read full article
Maiden World Cup win for Carpenter
Manon Carpenter produced the run of the day as she powered her way to her first ever World Cup win in the women’s Downhill at the first UCI MTB World Cup. Read full article
Thrilling win for Gwin in downhill final
Aaron Gwin got his 2014 UCI MTB World Cup season under way in perfect fashion when he claimed a thrilling victory in the elite men’s downhill final of the Pietermaritzburg leg on Saturday. Read full article
Janse van Rensburg wins Mzansi Tour
MTN-Qhubeka's Jacques Janse van Rensburg was crowned the champion of the second edition of the Mzansi Tour when the race wrapped up with a criterium won by HB Kruger from the Bonitas Pro Cycling team. Read full article
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