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Triumph and tears at Epic women’s race
Immediately after Team RECM Specialized’s Ariane Kleinhans and Annika Langvad crossed the line of Stage 3 at HTS Drostdy in Worcester, they collapsed to the ground in exhaustion and elation. Read full article
Cape Epic race leaders power on
A transition stage on the Absa Cape Epic is sometimes regarded as being easier, but Wednesday’s 128km Stage 3 from Elgin Valley to Worcester was “very rough and really sandy”. Read full article
Cummings finishes sixth on GC
After Fabian Cancellara (Trek Factory Racing) set an unbeatable time early on, the final individual time trial stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico would end up being a battle of the seconds between the GC riders. Read full article
Czech strongman sails through the wind
Strong and cold winds turned Tuesday’s Stage 2 of the Absa Cape Epic into an exceptionally tough and all the talk afterwards was of how Czech strongman Jaroslav Kulhavy powered through it. Read full article
'Cape Epic tougher than a rugby test'
When a former Springbok rugby captain describes a cycle race as tougher than a test match, you know the Cape Epic deserves its title as the 'Tour de France of mountain biking'. Read full article
Ciolek edges into second place
In a spectacular drag race sprint finish, Peter Sagan (Tinkoff-Saxo) won the 6th Tirreno-Adriatico stage. Our very own Gerald Ciolek was the rider in 2nd place with Jens Debusschere (Lotto-Soudal) 3rd. Read full article
Day of drama at Epic
In a day of drama, Christoph Sauser on Monday laid down a significant marker in his bid to become the first person to win the Absa Cape Epic five times. Read full article
Single track minded
Never mind the Ides of March, beware The Single Track - this was the warning that went out on Sunday - 15 March - as the world’s top mountain bike riders tackled the Absa Cape Epic Prologue. Read full article
Giger and Gujan spring an early surprise
Swiss riders Fabian Giger and Martin Gujan (Novus OMX Pro) sprung something of a surprise as they swept into the yellow zebra jersey in Sunday’s Absa Cape Epic Prologue. Read full article
Blistering start for elite women
The world’s leading female mountain bikers could be spotted on the slopes of Table Mountain on Sunday 15 March, but not for long as they tore apart the Prologue route of the 12th Absa Cape Epic. Read full article
Cummings, Hagen move up at Tirreno-Adriatico
The third stage of Tirreno-Adriatico lead the peloton over 203 km from Cascina to Arezzo. The short but steep uphill finish suited Greg van Avermaet (BMC) best. Read full article
Kargo eye Cape Epic prologue triumph
Kargo Pro MTB’s duo of Emil Lindgren and Brendon Davids are confident their recent good run of form will stand them in good stead to spring a few surprises at Sunday’s Cape Epic prologue in Cape Town. Read full article
The South African challenge
In 2014 Philip Buys, riding with then Cross Country World Champion Nino Schurter of Switzerland, won two stages of the Absa Cape Epic. Read full article
Fierce racing in masters, grandmasters and mixed categories
In 2014 the top Masters category team of former Olympic gold medallist Bart Brentjens and Abraao Azevedo finished an incredible 14th overall at the Absa Cape Epic. Read full article
Strongest women’s field ever
Perhaps the most dramatic increase in quality across all the Absa Cape Epic categories this year has come in the women’s event. Read full article
Thrilling Absa Cape Epic on the cards
The 2015 Absa Cape Epic will mark the end of his professional career in the race of a man who has inked his name indelibly into its folklore: four times winner Christoph Sauser. Read full article
Farrar sprints to fifth at Tirreno-Adriatico
Tyler Farrar finished fifth in the bunch sprint closing the second stage of Tirreno-Adriatico. A crash in the closing metres marred the finale, but Farrar was ahead of the scene. Read full article
Cummings powers his way to 8th place
Adriano Malori (Movistar) took out the opening prologue of the Tirreno-Adriatico. The Italian was just ahead of Fabian Cancellara (Trek Factory Racing) and Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) on the stage. Read full article
PMB MTB Festival riches up for grabs for all
A massive prize purse of R280 000 has been confirmed for the inaugural Pietermaritzburg MTB Festival that takes place at Cascades MTB Park from 3-5 April. Read full article
Solid performance sees Reguigui finish fourth
It was victory number three for Andrea Guardini (Astana) at this year's edition of the Tour de Langkawi as he won the stage four bunch sprint. Read full article
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