Archive for September, 2013

Louis Meintjes achieves success at Firenze Mandel Forum , Florence.

European towns with African connections have once again brought out the best results from a South African rider.If we cast our minds back to the performances of Robert Hunter and Daryl Impey and their Tour de France success that they…

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Cycling South Africa’s 2014 License Renewal up and running.

Cycling South Africa is proud to announce that our online licensing  system has been updated and improved to assist members to renew their  membership and domestic racing licenses. For the third year running,  Cycling SA will not be changing the…

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Mountain Bike World Champs host city Pietermaritzburg, In the Money.

Once the dust had settled and the final counts conducted the 2 week festival of cycling that was the World Championships held in Pietermaritzburg this year , proved to be a huge financial and organisational success for the sleepy hollow. The…

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Silver Medal in the TTT at World Champs for Impey

It’s a hard pill to swallow when it’s just 0.88 seconds between a gold and silver medal at the World TTT Championships. That being said we are proud of what we did out on the road and it’s easy to…

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nReinhardt Janse van Rensburg coming of age in Europe.

As the sun sets on Robert Hunter’s outstanding cycling career the sun is rising on another young South African’s journey amongst the world’s elite cyclists. Yesterday we witnessed Reinardt finishing his 1st grand tour in Madrid and it was an awesome sight…

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Hunter to retire after 16 years of racing against the world’s best.

Robert Hunter will be retiring from pro cycling after 16 years, revealing he does not have a team for the coming season. The 36-year-old, who was the first South African to ride the Tour de France, as well as the…

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Trek Extends Relationship With Team MTN-Qhubeka

Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung is pleased to extend its partnership with Trek that will see the team continue to use the bicycle company’s equipment into the future. Africa’s first UCI-registered Professional Continental team is passionate about innovation and technology and…

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Gilbert gets his 1st stage win in the rainbow jersey.

The current world champion Philippe Gilbert (BMC) claimed his first victory of the season in the sprint finale of stage 12 at the Vuelta a Espana. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky) jumped early and appeared to have the stage won, but…

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