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Cycling | SA Cycling

Sauser braced for Tour of Good Hope’s speed
Primarily a mountain biker, Swiss ace Christoph Sauser is ready to make an impact when he competes in the Bestmed Tour of Good Hope cycling race. Read full article
Sauser, Langvad win MTB Series opener
Swiss mountain bike racing legend Christoph Sauser claimed victory at the opening round of the Ashburton Investments National Mountain Bike Series in Grabouw on Saturday. Read full article
DiData kicks off season in Valencia
The Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana will be the first race of the season where Team Dimension Data's African team's group of climbers will get to test their early season form. Read full article
Elite women's prize purse to equal men's
Ashburton Investments, the title sponsor of the South African National MTB Series, has announced it will equal the Elite women’s prize money. Read full article
UCI Mountain Bike World Cup returning to SA
The Western Cape has landed another world cycling showpiece event – the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup set to take place in Stellenbosch in 2018. Read full article
Team Didata end Aus campaign on a high
The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race ended with a nail-biting finale after 175km of racing around Geelong. Read full article
International injection for Tour of Good Hope
The Bestmed Tour of Good Hope’s international reputation was further enhanced this week after confirmation that five-time Cape Epic champion Karl Platt will be on the start line in early March. Read full article
Platt, Huber excited about defending title
Winning the 2016 Absa Cape Epic was the “biggest feeling” ever on mountain bike for Urs Huber, and now he and Team Bulls partner Karl Platt are determined to defend their title. Read full article
Oberholzer up for Berge en Dale challenge
As someone who relishes a challenge, Carla Oberholzer is in the right frame of mind to make a charge for the title at the first major national classic of the South African road cycling season early next month. Read full article
Italian duo back with serious intent
Last year Italians Damiano Ferraro and Samuele Porro arrived at the Absa Cape Epic as dark horses. Read full article
Why I came out of retirement - Sauser
Swiss mountain biking maestro Christoph Sauser has come out of retirement in a bid to win the Absa Cape Epic for a sixth time, so what was it that persuaded him to get back in the saddle? Read full article
Strong line-up for Attakwas Challenge
South Africa’s traditional season opener, the Fairview Attakwas Extreme MTB Challenge, takes place on Saturday. Read full article
DiData all set for Tour Down Under
The 2017 World Tour season opener gets under way with the Tour Down Under on January 17. Read full article
Berge en Dale dress rehearsal for SA champs
Many of the country’s leading cyclists will be heading to the 102km Bestmed Berge en Dale national classic on the West Rand in what could be a dress rehearsal for the national road championships. Read full article
Racing for red ... With an eye on yellow
No all-African team has won the Absa Cape Epic since it was launched back in 2004, but Philip Buys and Matthys Beukes want to change that in the not too distant future. Read full article
Swiss star eyes sixth Cape Epic title
The Absa Cape Epic’s joint most decorated champion, five times winner, Christoph Sauser is back. Read full article
Qhubeka reveals 2017 race outfit
The 2016 cycling season concluded a couple of weeks ago and once again it has been an incredibly successful one for Africa’s leading professional cycling team. Read full article
Becker wins her first 947
Germany’s Charlotte Becker celebrated with a whoop and a holler as she won the UCI 1.1 women’s race at the 20th edition of the Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge at the Riversands Commercial Park on Sunday. Read full article
Davids hopes 947 win propels his career
Brandon Davids is hoping his win in Sunday’s 20 edition of the Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge will be the catalyst that will propel him into racing on the World Tour in the next few years. Read full article
Fresh tweaks give Transcape better balance
Riders in next year’s TransCape mountain bike event will find a better balance across the board as the organisers continue pushing the boundaries in one of South Africa’s premium multistage races. Read full article
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