Archive for October, 2013

Robert Hunter starts a new chapter in his cycling career.

South Africa’s all time road cycling star Robert Hunter leaves South Africa again today to attend his 1st team meeting with the staff and some of the main role players within the Garmin pro team set-up. He will however be…

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Team MTN-Qhubeka gives John –Lee Augustyn a chance to perform at the highest levels.

Who will ever forget the sight of John-Lee Augustyn tumbling down the side of a mountain during stage 16 of the 2008 Tour de France ? The Tour de France ascended Europe’s highest mountain pass for only the fourth time…

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Team Abantu’s Nolan Hoffan continues his impressive winning streak.

With this weekend’s Amashova Durban Classic  scheduled for Sunday 13 October,Nolan and his teammates have continued their winning streak and Nolan’s season tally stands at 14 wins with a few big races still to come. Hoffman will be down in…

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MTN Qhubeka out to secure a Giro d’Italia entry for 2014.

The South African MTN-Qhubeka cycling team will ride their 1st world tour race at Il Lombardia on Sunday and they will go all out to impress the race organisers RSC Sports,who,happen to be the same organisers’ of the Giro d’Italia….

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Cyclesure Implement a New Benefit for their policy holders.

With the recent spate of hi-jackings on the increase again, especially amongst the mountain biking community Cyclesures MD Fred Hennings has arranged for a trauma counselling benefit to be made available to all Cyclesure policy holders from the 1 October…

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Robert Hunter to start his 10th Tour de France.

Robert has started the Tour de France 9 times and we could well witness him starting his 10th Tour de France all be it in a team car as a Director Sportiff for the Garmin team. He will remain on…

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South African downhill triple world champion to go under the knife.

After having won his 3rd Downhill World Championship title in Pietermaritzburg last month Greg Minnaar’s injury free run has finally been halted. Greg suffered a knee injury during practice while preparing for the final round of the World Cup series…

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