Jeanne-Louise Wiese and her husband have recently been taking part in a few very challenging road races to try and boost their fitness for the trails. So when they headed out to Meerendal (wobbly legs, dodgy cycling tan and all), they thought the winds of Durbanville Hills couldn’t possibly match […]
If you’re a regular reader of Full Sus you’ll know we were all pretty excited about the Origin of Trails, Stillwater Sports’ newest addition to the MTB stage race calendar and a ride conceived to raise funds for trail building and maintenance on the mountains and valleys around Stellenbosch. In […]
The Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek is organized by Dryland and they are Kate Slegrova’s favourite race organisers. They work hard on making everyone happy – not only the pro cyclists but the normal riders too. Everyone feels like they are part of Dryland’s big family. But just because they’re like […]
It was Shayne Dowling’s first three day stage ride, he had seen all the guys wearing their jackets with pride like a medal and knew he had to find out what Wines2Whales was all about. And to get the jacket of course.
2keep-a-breast On the 19th of October a group of co-workers from Filmatic Packaging Systems lined up for the 2keep-a-breast MTB Challenge, Seamus Allardice tagged along to check out the racing in Bottelary Hills.
The Lourensford is one of Kate Slegrova’s favourite races – it’s set in a beautiful valley, surrounded by magniﬁcent mountains and vineyards, the route is always fun, challenging and little different each time, and it’s great family outdoor event. Plus it’s superbly organised.
Dit is altyd hartseer as ’n goeie bergﬁ etswedren tot ’n einde kom, sê Fourie Kotze, meer so wanneer daardie wedren in alle opsigte een van die bestes op die kalender is.
Gary Kroukamp had heard a number of things about the Karoo to Coast. It was long, it was boring, it was in effect a road race off road with no single track, terrible corrugations, the logistics of getting to the start and away from the finish were difficult. Some of […]