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  1. Each Contego Segment Hunter episode will feature a different type of segment, be it a technical mountain bike descent, a lung busting road climb or even a combination of the both. How does it work?Nominate one or more of your favourite Strava segments in the relevant categories in the form below. The Contego Segment Hunter team will select the segments best suited to the series. Should one of your segment nominations be selected, you will stand a chance to win a Cadence Nutrition hamper worth R2,620. Note: Due to constraints, nominations are limited to segments within a couple hours drive from Cape Town. The Cadence Nutrition hamper will consist of a CarboFuel Tub, a Marathon Tub, a Revive Tub, 20 Bars, 30 Gels, and six 500ml bottles. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode 1 features the segment "Bloemslang - Just the drop" at Bloemendal. Watch the preview and find out more here.
  2. We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. Click here to view the article
  3. https://www.strava.com/segments/9765064 Behind the scenes making Contego Segment Hunter Episode 5: How do I ride this segment? Aap d'Huez is part of the black route at the Welvanpas trails just outside of Wellington.If you leave Wellington on Church Street towards Bainskloof Pass, follow the Bovlei Road turn off until you reach the Welvanpas farm. Here you can buy riding permits for the trail and grab some refreshments at the cafe. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode Prizes - Win with Duesouth By taking part in the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club you will also be in line to win a Duesouth voucher valued at R3,000 to spend in their stores each episode.Episode 5 winner: Tim Wightman Nominate your favourite segments for Contego Segment Hunter: We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can still nominate your segments here.
  4. In episode 5, Mariske Strauss is out to claim the Queen of the Mountain from Ila Stow on the Aap d'Huez climb at Welvanpas trails. Click here to view the article
  5. After gliding down Bartinney Skyfall, Contego Segment Hunter moves to the twisty climbs of Welvanpas for the Aap D'Huez climb. Watch as current QOM holder Ila Stow (Gray) and Oliver Munnik take us up the Aap d'Huez segment. Click here to view the article
  6. The Segment: The highlight of the Aap d'Huez segment is the tight switchback turns, and the shade from the trees, something that is becoming increasingly rare in the Western Cape.The current QOM is Ila Gray with Karl Platt holding the men's record. https://www.strava.com/segments/9765064 How do I ride this segment? Aap d'Huez is part of the black route at the Welvanpas trails just outside of Wellington.If you leave Wellington on Church Street towards Bainskloof Pass, follow the Bovlei Road turn off until you reach the Welvanpas farm. Here you can buy riding permits for the trail and grab some refreshments at the cafe. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode Prizes By taking part in the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club you will also be in line to win a Duesouth voucher valued at R3,000 to spend in their stores each episode. Nominate your favourite segments for Contego Segment Hunter: We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can nominate your segments here.The winner of the Cadence hamper for episode 5 is Sean Newbery. Thank you for your nomination.
  7. The Contego Segment Hunter crew went international with the filming of a special edition during Crank Chaos at Afriski in Lesotho. Watch as Greg Minnaar chases grom Ike Klaassen at 3,200 metres above sea level. Click here to view the article
  8. In Episode 4 of Contego Segment Hunter Adriaan Louw seeks to best Gert Heyn's record on the scenic Bartinney Skyfall trail. Click here to view the article
  9. https://www.strava.com/segments/13164991 How do I ride this segment? The Bartinney Skyfall trail is on the Bartinney Estate wine farm just off Helshoogte Road and forms part of the Banhoek Conservancy trail network. On a bike, the trail is best approached from the Botsmanskop single track. Riders must purchase a day permit (if not already a year member) to ride these trails. Permits for the Banhoek Conservancy can be bought using the Zapper payment app. You can either scan the code online here or at Grind Coffee in Stellenbosch or on some of the partnering farms. Further information is available on the Banghoek Conservancy website. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode Prizes - Win with Duesouth By taking part in the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club you will also be in line to win a Duesouth voucher valued at R3,000 to spend in their stores each episode.Episode 4 winner: Sean Newbery Nominate your favourite segments for Contego Segment Hunter: We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can still nominate your segments here.
  10. Shortly after announcing the segment, Darryn Stow's title was snatched by Die Muishond. Darryn went back to rectify things but that KOM fell a few hours later when Tiaan Jordaan raised the bar with an outstanding effort setting a new mark of 9:13. This put our challenger, Nils Hansen, under some serious pressure to perform, forcing him to employ some drastic measures. https://www.strava.com/segments/5831618 Tiaan wins with South Industries The team at South Industries were super impressed with Tiaan's KOM claiming efforts on Cape Cobra. Through some light Strava stalking they noticed that Tiaan had recently broken a rim. South Industries jumped into action. How do I ride this segment? Hoogekraal Cape Cobra (Down & Up) is on the Hoogekraal farm just off Vissershok Road in Durbanville and is part of the larger Tygerberg MTB Club trail network. Riders must purchase a day permit (or be a Tygerberg MTB club member) to ride these trails. Permits for Hoogekraal can be bought in the Hoogekraal carpark. There are two options available: 1) place cash into the honesty box or 2) pay using the Snapscan app on your phone. The current permit fee is R40 per rider. More information is available on the Tygerberg MTB Club website here. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode Prizes - Win with Duesouth By taking part in the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club you will also be in line to win a Duesouth voucher valued at R3,000 to spend in their stores each episode.Episode 3 winner: Carl Toua Nominate your favourite segments for Contego Segment Hunter: We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can still nominate your segments here.
  11. The third instalment of Contego Segment Hunter at Hoogekraal's Cape Cobra turned out to be a fiercely contested battle. Click here to view the article
  12. The Segment: For this episode, we created the Bartinney Skyfall Contego Segment Hunter segment as there appeared to be anomalies in the existing segments resulting in inaccurate times.The current KOM holder is previous hunter Gert Heyns and the QOM is held by Deleen-Marie Steyn. https://www.strava.com/segments/13164991 How do I ride this segment? The Bartinney Skyfall trail is on the Bartinney Estate wine farm just off Helshoogte Road and forms part of the Banhoek Conservancy trail network. On a bike, the trail is best approached from the Botsmanskop single track.Riders must purchase a day permit (if not already a year member) to ride these trails. Permits for the Banhoek Conservancy can be bought using the Zapper payment app. You can either scan the code online here or at Grind Coffee in Stellenbosch or on some of the partnering farms. Further information is available on the Banghoek Conservancy website. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode Prizes By taking part in the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club you will also be in line to win a Duesouth voucher valued at R3,000 to spend in their stores each episode. Nominate your favourite segments for Contego Segment Hunter: We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can nominate your segments here.The winner of the Cadence hamper for episode 4 is Seamus who will be donating the hamper to Songo.info. Thank you for your nomination.
  13. After an eventful hunt at Hoegekraal's Cape Cobra, Contego Segment Hunter heads to the Banhoek Conservancy just outside Stellenbosch. In this episode our challenger will be taking on the glamorous Bartinney Skyfall trail. Watch as Erik Kleinhans and Oliver Munnik take you down the Bartinney Skyfall segment. Click here to view the article
  14. The Segment: Hoogekraal Cape Cobra (Down & Up) tests both fitness and skills with a fun, technical descent leading to a steady climb back to the top of the hill.The current KOM holder is Darryn Stow with Kate Slegrova recently claiming the QOM. https://www.strava.com/segments/5831618 How do I ride this segment?Hoogekraal Cape Cobra (Down & Up) is on the Hoogekraal farm just off Vissershok Road in Durbanville and is part of the larger Tygerberg MTB Club trail network. Riders must purchase a day permit (or be a Tygerberg MTB club member) to ride these trails. Permits for Hoogekraal can be bought in the Hoogekraal carpark. There are two options available: 1) place cash into the honesty box or 2) pay using the Snapscan app on your phone. The current permit fee is R40 per rider. More information is available on the Tygerberg MTB Club website here. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode Prizes By taking part in the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club you will also be in line to win a Duesouth voucher valued at R3,000 to spend in their stores each episode. Nominate your favourite segments for Contego Segment Hunter: We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can nominate your segments here.The winner of the Cadence hamper for episode 3 is The_Chav. Thank you for your nomination.
  15. After conquering the tar on Red Hill, Contego Segment Hunter is heading back to the dirt and knobbly tyres. It is also a return to the Tygerberg Trails but there is good reason; the super enjoyable Hoogekraal Cape Cobra (Down & Up) segment. Click here to view the article
  16. Episode 2 of Contego Segment Hunter is here. This time we're taking to the tarmac and unleashing James Tennent on the second segment in the series, Red Hill In to Lookout. Click here to view the article
  17. Watch James take on Red Hill The Segment Interestingly, the four previous KOM owners all set their times on the same day during a hill climb challenge event back in 2012. Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio still holds the QOM with a time of 8 minutes and 10 seconds, which happens to be the same pace as the previous mens KOM holders, Carl Pasio (Ashleigh's husband), Charles Keey, and Jean de Villiers. https://www.strava.com/segments/12420113 How do I ride this segment? Go out there and ride the segment to get your name into the draw for R30,000 of Contego unit trusts (further details below).The usually traffic light Red Hill is a good option if you want to add some climbing to your peninsula rides. It's also a popular spot for interval training. The segment starts on the Simon's Town side of Red Hill. From this side, you come off Main Road (M4) just outside Simon's Town to start the Redhill Road climb. The Red Hill In to Lookout segment begins a couple hundred metres from the start of Redhill Road. Please ride safely and adhere to all the rules of the road. There is no prize for being the fastest on the segment, so no need to act recklessly. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode Prizes - Win with Duesouth By taking part in the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club you will also be in line to win a Duesouth voucher valued at R3,000 to spend in their stores each episode.Episode 2 winner: Byron Munton Nominate your favourite segments for Contego Segment Hunter: We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can nominate your segments here.
  18. The Segment Red Hill In to Lookout is our featured segment for Episode 2 of Contego Segment Hunter. Watch Oliver Munnik and current KOM holder Charles Keey explain the finer points of this segment. There are four riders currently tied at the top of the leaderboard. Interestingly, they were all set on the same day during a hill climb challenge event back in 2012. Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio holds the QOM with a time of 8 minutes and 10 seconds, which happens to be the same pace as the KOM holders, Carl Pasio (Ashleigh's husband), Charles Keey, and Jean de Villiers.Charles Keey reckons this time will be comfortably beat by our episode 2 challenger. What do you think? https://www.strava.com/segments/12420113 Riding the Red Hill In to Lookout segment How do I ride this segment? Go out there and ride the segment to get your name into the draw for R30,000 of Contego unit trusts (further details below).The usually traffic light Red Hill is a good option if you want to add some climbing to your peninsula rides. It's also a popular spot for interval training. The segment starts on the Simon's Town side of Red Hill. From this side, you come off Main Road (M4) just outside Simon's Town to start the Redhill Road climb. The Red Hill In to Lookout segment begins a couple hundred metres from the start of Redhill Road. Check out the segment for details about the start and end points. Please ride safely and adhere to all the rules of the road. There is no prize for being the fastest on the segment, so no need to act recklessly. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. Episode Prizes By taking part in the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club you will also be in line to win a Duesouth voucher valued at R3,000 to spend in their stores each episode. Nominate your favourite segments for Contego Segment Hunter: We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can nominate your segments here.The winner of the Cadence hamper for episode 2 is lukelockie. Thank you for your nomination.
  19. After a successful first episode, Contego Segment Hunter is back. This time we've washed off the dirt and headed for the tarred roads of the Cape peninsula to take in the picturesque views of False Bay from the slopes of Red Hill. Click here to view the article
  20. We're excited to launch the first episode of our online video series Contego Segment Hunter. The first segment in the series is Bloemslang - Just the Drop at Bloemendal Wine Estate. After consulting with the team and local riders, Gert Heyns was selected a worthy challenger to Louis Bresler-Knipe's King of the Mountain. Watch the video below to see if Gert takes the KOM. Click here to view the article
  21. Gert looking cool before heading up the hill. This is where it all starts. Dropping in under the Bloemslang board atop Bloemendal Wine Estate. Strava's Live Segments announcing a new Bloemslang champ. Gert never rests. Even while celebrating with a wheelie, he's on the lookout for more KOMs to claim. Our victorious Contego Segment Hunter heroes ride off into the sunset. The Bloemslang - Just the Drop leaderboard: While Gert Heyns sits on the top spot, it is unlikely that previous KOM holder and local rider Louis Bresler-Knipe will allow it to stand without a fight.https://www.strava.com/segments/10658168 Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust worth R30,000 At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: Join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club and record your segment rides on Strava. Get out and ride! After each segment is announced go and ride it. Please ride safely though, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. How do I ride this segment? Bloemslang - Just the Drop is on the Bloemendal trails which are part of the larger Tygerberg MTB Club trails. The Bloemslang trail is found on the upper section of the Bloemendal trails. Members of the public must purchase a day permit (or be Tygerberg MTB club members) to ride these trails. Permits can be bought at the restaurant and club house on Lower Bloemendal which is on the Tygervalley Road (M13). Permits allow access to Bloemendal, Nitida, Hillcrest and the Bloemendaaler (Upper Bloemendal). Permits cost R50 for adults and R30 for children aged 18 years and under. More information available on the Tygerberg MTB Club website here. Nominate your favourite segment to feature in future episodes of Contego Segment Hunter:We're looking for you to nominate your favourite Strava segments to be featured in our Contego Segment Hunter video series. If your segment is chosen you could win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,620. You can nominate your segments here.
  22. For the first challenge we've selected Bloemslang - Just the Drop on the Bloemendal Wines trails. Our host, Ollie Munnik (aka. Pinner), met up with the current KOM holder, Louis-Bresler Knipe, to show what lies ahead for our first Contego Segment Hunter challenger. Watch Ollie Munnik and Louis-Bresler Knipe take on Bloemslang - Just the Drop here: What next? We've found a challenger brave enough to take on Louis-Bresler Knipe's KOM in our first Contego Segment Hunter episode which will be aired on 23 May 2016. In the meantime, get out there and ride Bloemslang - Just the Drop. Take on the challenge yourself. How do I ride this segment? Bloemslang - Just the Drop is on the Bloemendal trails which are part of the larger Tygerberg MTB Club trails. The Bloemslang trail is found on the upper section of Bloemendal trails. Members of the public must purchase a day permit (or be Tygerberg MTB club members) to ride these trails. Permits can be bought at the restaurant and club house on Lower Bloemendal which is on the Tygervalley Road (M13). Permits allow access to Bloemendal, Nitida, Hillcrest and the Bloemendaaler (Upper Bloemendal). Permits cost R50 for adults and R30 for children 18 years and under.https://www.strava.com/segments/10658168 Hear from Louis-Bresler Knipe Louis-Bresler Knipe talks about the segment, his bike setup and requests to do KOMs on other people's devices: How does it all work? In case you missed our introductory video in April you take take a look here.Here is a run down of the process for each episode: The Segment: A suitable segment will be chosen for each episode based on your nominations. The Challenger: We’ll choose a suitable challenger for the segment: A pro, an amateur or person of interest. The Preview: Once we have #1 and #2 sorted the “Pinner” will take us through the segment in some detail to help you set some PBs and give a us preview of what’s to come. The Episode: The final showdown. Our challenger lays it all on the line to take on the segment and bask in the glory of virtual winnings. Prizes and Segment Nominations You, the viewers, are a vital part of Contego Segment Hunter series and we encourage all of you to get you all involved. From entering for prizes to selecting the segments our Challengers will face. Grand Prize: Contego Unit Trust At the end of the series, Contego are giving away R30,000 worth of unit trusts. All you have to do is ride your bike!How to enter: For a each episode a new segment is announced. Ollie Munnik will take you through each segment in his preview videos. We then invite you to ride that segment and see how well you do. Maybe even offer our Challenger some advice and perhaps take the KOM or QOM yourself. Please ride safely, there is no prize for being the fastest. For each Contego Segment Hunter segment you ride, you will be entered into the draw to win. So if you ride all six segments during the series, you will receive six entries. If you only have time to ride just one segment, you will receive one entry for the grand prize. IMPORTANT: You must record your rides on Strava and join the Contego Segment Hunter Strava club to be considered for the Grand Prize. Nominate your segments and win with Cadence Nutrition Later this week we will be making a call for you to nominate segments for the first season of Contego Segment Hunter. We’re looking for a wide range of segments, including climbs, descents, or combinations of both be it on or off the road. Each nomination that is selected to feature in an episode of Contego Segment Hunter will win a Cadence Nutrition hamper valued at R2,600. A big thanks goes to Zeekus who nominated Bloemslang - Just the Drop and walks away with the first Cadence Nutrition hamper.
  23. We’re excited to reveal the first segment in our new online video series titled ‘Contego Segment Hunter’. As the name suggests the series is all about Strava Segments. We’ll be looking for the gnarliest, toughest or just plain coolest sections of road, dirt or trail to unleash our chosen challenger on. Click here to view the article
  24. For the first season of this six-part series we’ll be focussing on areas within the Western Cape, but from there it’s all about some country-wide segment smashing. Take a look at the intro video below where our host for the series, Ollie Munnik (aka. Pinner), takes us through some of the details. Contego Segment Hunter - Intro Video How will it work?The Segment: A suitable segment will be chosen for each episode based on your nominations. The Challenger: We’ll choose a suitable challenger for the segment: A pro, an amateur or person of interest. The Preview: Once we have #1 and #2 sorted the “Pinner” will take us through the segment in some detail to help you set some PBs and give a us preview of what’s to come. The Episode: The final showdown. Our challenger lays it all on the line to take on the segment and bask in the glory of virtual winnings. What was that about prizes? It’s not all about bragging rights for our soon-to-be video super stars. We want YOU to get involved and for your efforts we’ve got some great prizes on offer:Grand Prize: R 30 000 unit trust investment from our sponsors Contego A range of spot prizes to be announced as the series kicks off the series (among them is a set of shiny new South Industries #Handgemaak carbon rims) What next? Nominate your segments in the Western Cape! Road or MTB, uphill or downhill. Just tell us why you think it deserves an episode in the comments section below. Then we’ll get cracking on Episode 1.
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