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  1. https://cyclingtips.com/2021/07/whats-going-on-with-jolanda-neffs-down-tube/
  2. The "....500" events a series of 4 events put together by an oke called Rae Trew-Browne. THey are a free entry, no prize series of 500 km unsupported endurance events. The Ceres 500 was the first of the series and did a loop from Ceres across the Karoo to Sutherland, then re-crossed the Karoo back to Ceres. Very different to repeating 10 laps of a 50 km course with a nice refuel at each stop. I did the Ceres 500 and it was a pretty gnarly challenge with up to 200 km between water and fuel stops....
  3. Hi All In a moment of absentmindedness I unfortunately left my Oakley Jawbreakers (Prizm Trail, black and blue frames) in the showers at Karkloof Country Club on 13 July. I returned the next day but they were nowhere to be found...Its a long shot, but I would very much appreciate their return... Cheers, Jon
  4. https://www.cycletouring.co.za/ These guys can probably help you out....
  5. Pinkbike has some spy pics - no clarity as to 11 or 12 speed though
  6. Spank Oozy 345 rims - absolutely bulletproof. Lyne dropper post - cheap, but just works.
  7. What distances are you looking at doing each day? It looks flippen intense, respect.
  8. For breakfasts I usually eat instant oats. Lunches are normally pretty sketchy, I kind of snack throughout the day. Supper is usually tuna and 2 minute noodles or instant pizza made using wraps, cheese, tuna and whatever else comes to hand...
  9. Hi Guys While riding at Giba this morning my Speedsleev saddle bag fell off I would really appreciate its return. Thanks in advance
  10. Raptor 14 has got to be the best medium sized cycling bag out there. I have done over 2500 km of bikepacking with it, and its definitely the next best thing to not carrying a bag at all They're not cheap though...
  11. The Spank Oozy 345 (30 mm internal) rims are absolutely bulletproof, and its not a rim that every moegoe is riding....
  12. Thanks guys. I rode the route during November and December of 2017. Suffice to say it was physically the toughest thing I have ever done, but also one of the most rewarding experiences of my life I apologise for not keeping Bikehub updated; my internet connectivity was limited I will be doing a write up on my trip over the next few weeks which I will post here. In the mean time, there are plenty of pictures of riding in the Ecuadorian backcountry on my instagram account - @jagged_horizons
  13. I had a similar problem the other day when I changed pedals - try screwing the outside pedal pins down slightly; this will relieve pressure on the outside of your foot. It solved the problem for me....
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