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Cyclists ride to fundraise for diabetic kids

cyclists_thumbnail A group of cyclists took part in a non-stop relay race of more than 1 000km to fundraise for diabetic children in South Africa. On their trip through three provinces, locals were educated about keeping healthy and being active, as well as encouraging people to get tested.

South African marks Disability Rights Awareness Month

South African marks Disability Rights Awareness Month

Disability Rights Awareness Month runs throughout November. It will help increase awareness of the rights of people with disabilities and calls for equal access to socio-economic opportunities. A White Paper on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will also be submitted to parliament.

Cyclists tour and train in South Africa’s green oasis

Australia's Orica GreenEDGE cycling team showed they could play as hard as they worked while they were on a training camp in Mpumalanga. South African Daryl Impey served as tour guide, and took his teammates to the Kruger and other awe-inspiring places along the way.

South African cyclists star in Tour of Rwanda

South African cyclists star in Tour of Rwanda

Dylan Girdlestone, riding for the South African national cycling team, won the Tour of Rwanda on Sunday, finishing just over two minutes ahead of Team MTN-Qhubeka's Louis Meintjies, with Metkel Eyob of the AS.BE.CO Cycling Team in third.
Cyclists gear up for Msunduzi Challenge

Cyclists gear up for Msunduzi Challenge

South African road racing cyclists in the non-elite racing categories are gearing up for the 2013 Msunduzi Road Challenge, the only leg of the global UCI World Cycling Tour that takes place on the African continent.

Trail runner races cyclists for rhino reserve

Top KwaZulu-Natal trail runner Tracy Zunckel outpaced a few riders in the recent FedGroup Berg & Bush near Winterton to raise funds for protecting rhino and other species in the Spioenkop Game Reserve.

The Ride to Rhodes experience

The Ride to Rhodes experience

The Ride to Rhodes, an annual six-day challenge that takes mountain bikers on a 500-kilometre trail through some of the most rugged and beautiful countryside on the planet, is more than a race. It's a journey into the heart of South Africa, as well a unique personal challenge.

The world’s biggest cycle race

The Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour, held in and around Cape Town in March every year, is the biggest individually timed cycling event in the world – and the most scenic – with a history going back over more than three decades.

cape town cycle tour

Cape Town’s spectacular Cycle Tour

South Africa's Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour, the world's largest individually timed cycle race - and the first event outside Europe to be included in the International Cycling Union's Golden Bike Series - sees over 35 000 cyclists tackling a 109km route around Cape Town that is as spectacular as it is gruelling.

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