Amy Beth McDougall (54km Overall Female & 54km Open Women Winner) has her race face on in the storm water drains.

The Hollard JUMA is NOT your average mountain bike race with 5km of colossal storm water drains, two 120-meter long floating bridges, sky-high scaffolding and a 700-meter Anatomic tunnel and much more to explore. With a course build worth over R1.5 million it’s a race to mark off on your calendars.

“Every year we focus on improving the event and the riders weren’t disappointed! There were less road crossings, even more urban sections to explore and a ton of new surprises along the route. We’d like to congratulate each and every rider that participated. The Hollard JUMA is tough but the riders are even tougher!” said Mark Castel, Event Organiser, BAM Specialist Event and Experience Creators.

Wessel Botha (54km Overall Men & 54km Open Men's Winner) finishes the Hollard JUMA in style Photo by Jetline Action Photo.

After riders completed their adventure cash prizes were awarded for the traditional competitive categories as well as prizes for more fun categories from BMX, to best dressed. See results below.

Keep your eyes peeled, there is still R10 000 up for grabs for the Best Rider Videos to be announced on Facebook. Find all the latest images and excitement from the weekend on social media by following us on or on Twitter @JUMAMTB. Images can be purchased from Jetline Action Photo here: To view your results visit

The Hollard JUMA will be back in May 2018.

Greg Bloomer tackles the Hollard JUMA 54km on his BMX Photo by Jetline Action Photo.