Tag: joBerg2c


Words- Doug Bird I’ve done a lot of racing in my time as a multi sportsman. It’s taken me all over the world to places like Austria, Spain, Hungary, Germany and Morocco. It’s taken me to parts of South Africa that one wouldn’t typically visit like Cradock, Bethlehem, Reitz and […]

Old Mutual CEO on the longest ride

Dave Macready, the chief executive of Old Mutual South Africa, is a day away from completing the nine-day, 900km joBerg2c challenge to raise money for the Sunlight Safe House. Dave Macready certainly follows the principles of sound investment when it comes to endurance events. As many wise investors know, the […]

Cousins primed for Bitter Sweet MTB Success

KZN South Coast locals, Darryn Purtell and Hayley Smith have thrown their names into the elite contender hat for the upcoming inaugural Seebreeze Build-It Bitter Sweet MTB Challenge. Purtell and Smith head into the race which takes place on 17 and 18 October in marvelous form having captured a remarkable […]

Sasol women seek joBerg2c & sani2c double

Himeville – Fresh off their victory in the 2015 Old Mutual joBerg2c, Sasol Racing’s Yolande de Villiers and Catherine Williamson have already shifted their focus to a strong showing in the women’s clash of the upcoming Nedbank sani2c which takes place from Glencairn Farm at the base of Sani Pass […]

Epic Survival Guide

If you’re doing your first ABSA Cape Epic this month, or one of the other long African stage races, like the joBerg2c, PE>>Plett or Kenya’s Laikipia XC here is an article you need to read. It’s also Rochez O’Grady’s final piece for Full Sus so she’s taken over the cover […]