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  1. It’s not as much a new team, but a new look as BCX takes over from Telkom as the primary sponsor of South Africa’s most competitive professional cycling team. BCX, a newly launched brand, is Africa’s premier end-to-end ICT solutions provider and serves the enterprise sector under the umbrella of the Telkom Group. The official launch of the BCX team was held at the Sandton Sun on 23 February to introduce the riders and sponsors to the media and showcase the new team look. Click here to view the article
  2. The eight-man BCX team comprises six road and track riders and two mountain bike specialists. The primary team objective is to be a dominant force at the major South African races, including the popular one-day road races, the National and Continental Track Championships and the high profile mountain bike stage and one-day races. From left: Steven van Heerden, Reynard Butler, Calvin Beneke, Nolan Hoffman, David Maree and Wesley Eslick, who make up the road and track contingent of Team BCX. Photo Credit: www.zcmc.co.za “It’s an ambitious project trying to spread the team across three different cycling disciplines, but we feel that we have enough talented, committed riders to achieve our objectives,” said Malcolm Lange of Lange Sports, the company that owns and manages Team BCX. “Track racing has always formed the foundation for any good road racer and unfortunately the South African cycling events scene marginalised track racing somewhat in the last decade and a half. With Team BCX we are making track a key part of our team’s training and racing for 2017,” said Lange, himself a former multiple national track and road champion. The Team BCX road/track squad is headed up by Nolan Hoffman, South Africa’s most successful road and track sprinter over the past few years and man with a wealth of experience. He will once again be aiming for wins in the country’s three most popular road races, the Cape Town Cycle Tour (Argus), Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge and Tsogo Sun Amashova. Ably backing Hoffman is another experienced campaigner, David Maree, who won the Berge en Dale Classic and finished second at The Fast One, getting the team’s 2017 racing year off to a successful start. Maree’s ability to read a race makes him an astute tactician, as can be confirmed by his winning of two South African track championship titles in the Elimination Race. Team BCX will be racing on Swift bikes in 2017. Photo Credit: www.zcmc.co.za Reynard Butler is a quick sprinter that can also climb, as confirmed by his stage win at the recent Mpumalanga Tour, while Steven van Heerden is a new rider on the team for 2017, bringing his track cycling prowess to the team, which will be very useful in road sprints. Wesley Eslick is also new to the team. He has been racing full time in the USA for the past two years and will add great value as a team workhorse as he continues to develop his strengths. Calvin Beneke adds great depth to the team. He raced for the MTN team in 2015 and is an accomplished allrounder with a strong awareness of tactics as seen in his winning last weekend’s Dischem Ride for Sight. “It’s a really good mix of riders in our squad. We have a well-rounded blend of talented riders that have shown great commitment and produced a number of podium finishes already this year. Team BCX should be able to challenge for podiums at each event we enter,” said Lange. Showing the new Team BCX road and track racing jerseys are (from left): Calvin Beneke, Nolan Hoffman, David Maree, Steven van Heerden, Wesley Eslick and Reynard Butler. Photo Credit: www.zcmc.co.za The two mountain bike racers are HB Kruger and Waylon Woolcock . Both come from road racing backgrounds with Lange Sports and will also be used to add firepower to the road team when their schedule allows. Kruger is a rising star in the mountain bike discipline, while Woolcock is an experienced campaigner who counts among his highlights winning the African jersey and finishing sixth overall at the Absa Cape Epic last year. They finished a respectable second overall at the recent Momentum Health Tankwa Trek against a strong international field. They’ll be tackling the 2017 Cape Epic as Team BCX as well as all the other high-profile stage races, including Sani2c and Wines2Whales and the Ashburton Investments National Series. “I’m excited about this combination. Waylon’s experience will undoubtedly help hone HB into an even more formidable mountain bike racer. I am sure we’ll be seeing the BXC kit on a number of podiums this year and are offering them maximum support at the Cape Epic, which really is a massive international event,” added Lange. “We are thrilled to be the sponsor of the newly minted BCX cycling team,” said Johann Henning, chief customer officer, BCX. “These riders are truly a premier South African team, and are uniquely suited to represent the premium ICT Solutions BCX provides for its customers. It’s a perfect match.” The team’s manager is Magnus Gouws, a man with years of pro-team support experience. Team BCX 2017Riders: Nolan Hoffman (road & track) Reynard Butler (road & track) Wesley Eslick (road & track) Steven van Heerden (road & track) David Maree (road & track) Calvin Beneke (road & track) Waylon Woolcock (MTB) HB Kruger (MTB) Bike Technician: Chris Wagner Manager: Magnus Gouws Owner: Malcolm Lange Marketing: Adri van Zyl Follow the progress of Team BCX on the following social media accounts: Twitter: @TeamBCX - #TeamBCX Facebook: TeamBCX Instagram: Team_BCX For more information on BCX, visit www.bcx.co.za. For more information on Lange Sports, visit www.langesports.co.za.
  3. The title challenge was thrown wide open when a mistake from USN-Purefit opened the door for Team Telkom's Johann Rabie (front) and HB Kruger (second) to take the overall lead after the second stage of the Race on Friday at the 2016 KAP sani2c. Anthony Grote/ Gameplan Media With just over two minutes separating USN-Purefit's Darren Lill and Waylon Woolcock in first and Team Telkom's Johann Rabie and HB Kruger in second the race was very much on during the second stage of the race with the Scott LCB Factory Racing pair of Matthy Beukes and Gert Heyns joining the mix. In what was a fairly innocuous crash, Darren Lill went down crossing a bridge however the entire group stopped in order for the USN-Purefit rider to dust himself off before the rest of the red-hot racing could continue. Things did not pan out as hoped for the defending champions who were far from out of the woods as the pace of the race at the front lead to further mistakes and, subsequently, two potentially race-ending punctures. It was a day to forget for the USN-Purefit team of Darren Lill and Waylon Woolcock who experienced a number of issues throughout the day that all but ended their title defence on the second stage of the Race on Friday at the 2016 KAP sani2c. Kevin Sawyer/ Gameplan Media "As we went into a technical section, I hit a rock and Darren hit the rock behind me," Woolcock said at the Jolivet Farm. "He punctured but I totally trashed my front wheel beyond repair on the road and that was the end of the race for us – we had to limp home on a busted wheel." The visibly bashed up and disappointed duo’s stage two issues have seen them fall out of title contention while Team Telkom and SCOTT LCB Factory Racing are now neck and neck at the front of the race. "We’ve managed to get ourselves into the lead so things went well for us today," mentioned Rabie. ""sani2c is so fast and so it's difficult to open up time on other teams so any lead going into the last day is a bonus! “A lead of just over two minutes means the Scott guys will give us a good run tomorrow but we will try our best to stay in front. "The last stage is very quick, which is something that will probably suit them (SCOTT) with their cross country skills, but I hope we will have a smooth run into the finish,” he added. On a day that was going to suit the more technical riders Scott LCB Factory Racing's Matthys Beukes (pictured) and Gert Heyns moved right into the overall mix with their first stage win after the second stage of the Race on Friday at the 2016 KAP sani2c. Anthony Grote/ Gameplan Media With the technicality of the descent into the uMkomaas Valley, Beukes and Heyns’ cross country backgrounds stood them in good stead and the latter fully understood that it was a day they would have to make a big move if they were to overcome their opening stage’s disappointment and break into the top three. "Our plan was to go hard from the start today but we had a lot of work to do after yesterday and with it being such a long day, the gaps started getting quite big towards the end so it was a good day for us to try and put some time into the guys around us. "Tomorrow is still going to be tough and to try and make up the gap to the Telkom guys will be difficult due to the fast nature of the stage but anything can happen, just like we saw today!" Heyns mentioned. Team NAD Pro’s Gawie Combrinck and Nico Bell put in their second third placed performances in a row to secure the bottom step of the podium in the General Classifcation as well while William Simpson duo Derrin Smith and Timothy Hammond’s fourth placed effort on day two sees them into the top five overall, one place behind the disappointed Woolcock and Lill. Fellow pre-race top five hopefuls Adriaan Louw and Matthew Beers (Contego RedE) as well as Andrew Hill and Tyronne White (Team TIB) also suffered disappointing second stage outings as they slipped from fourth and seventh on day one to seventh and ninth overall respectively. The ladies race was full of high drama as overnight leaders Team Ascendis Health's Robyn de Groot and Jennie Stenerhag lost their lead to the less fancied Dorma Time Freight team of Candice Neethling and Vera Adrian. Despite the leaders mishap the Dorma Time Freight team of Candice Neethling (front) and Vera Adrian (back) were full value for their lead after they powered home to take the overall lead in the women's race after the second stage of the Race on Friday at the 2016 KAP sani2c. Anthony Grote/ Gameplan Media The Team Ascendis Health duo of Robyn de Groot (pictured) and Jennie Stenerhag were well in the hunt for another stage win until they had a navigational mishap which cost them first place after the second stage of the Race on Friday at the 2016 KAP sani2c. Anthony Grote/ Gameplan Media It was a tough day for the Team Ascendis Health pair of Jennie Stenerhag (pictured) and Robyn de Groot after they had a navigational mishap on the second stage of the Race on Friday at the 2016 KAP sani2c. Kevin Sawyer/ Gameplan Media The lead during the day changed hands on a few occasions however a navigational mishap saw the Ascendis Health pair take a wrong turn and handed the Dorma Time Freight women the lead, which they accepted gratefully and powered home to the finish line 3:17 ahead of De Groot and Stenerhag to earn themselves a near-three minute lead going into stage three on Saturday."I said to Vera that we mustn't give up, we must always chase to the line because you never know what could happen in mountain biking and I am glad that we did!" Neethling said afterwards. "It was sad that it happened to them but this is mountain biking and it has happened to me many times as well." Galileo Risk Valencia’s Theresa Ralph and Samantha Sanders occupy third place, some way off the pace. In what was another dominant performance the SasolRacing pair of Catherine Williamson and Johan Labuschagne cruised to their second stage win during the second stage of the Race on Friday at the 2016 KAP sani2c Anthony Grote/ Gameplan Media While the racing snakes of the Race enjoyed their second day in the saddle, riders of the Adventure made their way from Jolivet Farm down to the welcome sight of the finish line at Scottburgh’s Main Beach. Despite a near-race ending tumble while descending into the uMkomaas Valley during Thursday’s second stage, the Nivea pair of Wynand van der Berg and Philip Beukes picked themselves up and dusted themselves off overnight to show the rest of the field a clean pair of cleats on Friday en route to their third consecutive stage victory and the 2016 KAP sani2c Adventure title. Talon Tough Tools’ Clinton Halsey and Liam Graham repeated their second stage runners-up effort, crossing the finish line ahead of the day’s third place finishers, Cadence Cycling’s Duane Stander and Mark Carroll. There was some incredible scenery once again for the riders to enjoy during the second stage of the Race on Friday at the 2016 KAP sani2c. Anthony Grote/ Gameplan Media Despite their strong showings on days two and three, Talon Tough Tools’ efforts weren’t quite enough to see them into second place overall though – AHS Racing’s Ashley and Alistair Haigh Smith’s consistency throughout the three days seeing them hang onto the second step of the Adventure’s podium with Halsey and Graham having to settle for third. Saturday sees the 2016 KAP sani2c come to an exciting end as the Race heads into the final stage from Jolivet Farm to Scottburgh Main Beach. More information can be found at www.sani2c.co.za. The famous floating bridge was the star attraction during the third and final stage of the Adventure at the 2016 KAP sani2c. Darren Goddard/ Gameplan Media SUMMARY OF RESULTS - 2016 KAP SANI2C RACE STAGE 2 (MACKENZIE CLUB – JOLIVET FARM)Men 1.SCOTT LCB Factory Racing (Matthys Beukes/Gert Heyns) 3:34.41 2.Team Telkom (Johann Rabie/HB Kruger) 3:34.57 3.Team NAD Pro (Gawie Combrinck/Nico Bell) 3:39.39 4.William Simpson (Derrin Smith/Timothy Hammond) 3:48.00 5.USN Purefit (Waylon Woolcock/Darren Lill) 3:49.17 Women 1.Dorma Time Freight (Candice Neethling/Vera Adrian) 4:10.55 2.Team Ascendis Health (Robyn de Groot/Jennie Stenerhag) 4:14.12 3.Galileo Risk Valencia (Theresa Ralph/Samantha Sanders) 4:27.21 Mixed 1.Sasol Racing (Catherine Williamson/Johan Labuschagne) 4:08.47 2.Team Garmin (Yolandi du Toit/Ben-Melt Swanepoel) 4:20.17 3.Kargo Pro MTB Team (Hayley Smith/Andrew Warr) 4:20.30 GENERAL CLASSIFICATION Men 1.Team Telkom (Johann Rabie/HB Kruger) 6:25.22 2.SCOTT LCB Factory Racing (Matthys Beukes/Gert Heyns) 6:27.54 3.Team NAD Pro (Gawie Combrinck/Nico Bell) 6:30.17 4.USN Purefit (Waylon Woolcock/Darren Lill) 6:37.30 5.William Simpson (Derrin Smith/Timothy Hammond) 6:45.31 6.Contego RedE (Adriaan Louw/Matthew Beers) 6:46.34 7.Biogen Centurion Cyclery (Gordon Gilbert/Paul Theron) 6:54.16 8.RoadCover 40+ (Nic White/Grant Ussher) 6:56.23 9.Team TIB (Andrew Hill/Tyronne White) 6:58.08 10.The Gear Change (David George/Justin Tuck) 6:59.30 Women 1.Dorma Time Freight (Candice Neethling/Vera Adrian) 7:24.48 2.Team Ascendis Health (Robyn de Groot/Jennie Stenerhag) 7:27.50 3.Galileo Risk Valencia (Theresa Ralph/Samantha Sanders) 7:53.44 Mixed 1.Sasol Racing (Catherine Williamson/Johan Labuschagne) 7:19.20 2.Team Garmin (Yolandi du Toit/Ben-Melt Swanepoel) 7:32.58 3.Kargo Pro MTB Team (Hayley Smith/Andrew Warr) 7:41.22 ADVENTURE STAGE 3 (JOLIVET FARM – SCOTTBURGH) Overall 1.Nivea (Wynand van der Berg/Philip Beukes) 3:08.09 2.Talon Tough Tools (Clinton Halsey/Liam Graham) 3:12.16 3.Cadence Cycling (Duane Stander/Mark Carroll) 3:12.43 GENERAL CLASSIFICATION Men 1.Nivea (Wynand van der Berg/Philip Beukes) 11:35.40 2.AHS Racing (Ashley Haigh Smith/Alistair Haigh Smith) 11:55.00 3.Talon Tough Tools (Clonton Halsey/Liam Graham) 12:00.30 Mixed 1.Kliipies en Cola (Desiree Strydom/Christiaan Pretorius) 13:28.28 2.Talbot Mix (Tersia Talbot/Bruce Talbot) 13:31.16 3.Keepin Up (Lynnette Jones/Melvin Jones) 13:35.22 Women 1.Team T and T (Jeanette Treherne/Vivienne Turvey) 14:52.06 2.W2W Poolnurse (Sunette Beyers/Alta Kriegler) 14.53.38 3.Club Nivea Girls (Natasha van der Berg/Annerie van Velden) 15:13.44
  4. As Friday, 13 May dawned many of the top teams at the 2016 KAP sani2c would not have predicted what was about to happen as mistakes from both pairs of overnight leaders flung the title doors wide open with Team Telkom and Team Dorma Time Freight moving into the overall men's and women's pound seats respectively after the second stage from MacKenzie Club to Jolivet Farm. Click here to view the article
  5. Despite a difficult year, defending champion Johann Rabie is targeting a third consecutive title in the Old Mutual joBerg2c international mountain bike race that gets underway at Karan Beef in Heidelberg on Friday. Click here to view the article
  6. The 29-year-old Team Telkom pro has won the nine-day event alongside Gawie Combrinck for the past two years, but this time he will join forces with HB Kruger. Johann Rabie, who will be teaming up with HB Kruger, is targeting a third consecutive Old Mutual joBerg2c title. The 900km race gets underway on Friday. Photo: Supplied Rabie said his objective for this year’s event, which stretches over four provinces between the south of Johannesburg and Scottburgh on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast, was quite simply “to win”.Yet, he quickly acknowledged that there would be a certain amount of pressure and the vagaries of competing in a multistage mountain bike race over 900km meant nothing was guaranteed. “It’s a big goal to win again, yes,” said Rabie, who lives in Malmesbury in the Western Cape. “But with mountain biking races there are so many factors. It is important to stay out of trouble, healthy and not to injure yourself.” Rabie was hoping for a change of fortunes after an up and down start to the year. “This season we have not had the best of luck with some mechanical problems and HB getting sick before the Cape Epic. “We are hoping our luck will change now,” said Rabie, who was forced to complete the Epic in the Outcast Jersey. Last year, he placed sixth overall and second in the African jersey before going on to seal his second joBerg2c title. He expected to work well with Kruger, who finished sixth in the National MTB Series event in Clarens at the weekend. Kruger, who grew up in Pretoria, now also lives in the Western Cape. “HB did mountain bike racing a couple of years ago, but has been on the road for the last few years,” said Rabie. “I know him well because we have competed before in road teams.” He said he was looking forward to the joBerg2c and rated his former team-mate and Nico Bell of Team Nad among their toughest competition. “I enjoy the race and the organisation is also really good. I have always enjoyed tour riding more than the one-day events.” Rabie added that the changes to the route, which includes a shortened stage four and an all-new day six, would add value to the event. “We are looking forward to the changes. It’s a very nice route and the new changes should make the racing interesting.” Britain’s Catherine Williamson, who has won the women’s section in the past, has shifted her focus to the extremely important mixed section this time around. The versatile 34-year-old, who finished runner-up previously, will join forces with Johan Labuschagne and they will race in the colours of The Bicycle Company-Mitas. The winners of this category will receive an additional R50 000 bonus courtesy of Lanham-Love Attorneys.
  7. Hoffman and Butler will be joined in Telkom’s five-man-strong, title pursuing line-up by team mates David Maree, Morné van Niekerk and Aidan van Niekerk and the Tour Durban is an assignment Hoffman is looking forward to being a part of once more. Aidan van Niekerk (left), Morné van Niekerk (second left), Nolan Hoffman (third left), Reynard Butler (centre) and David Maree (second right) will look to fly the flag high for Team Telkom Pro Cycling at the 2016 aQuellé Tour Durban. Zoon Cronje Photography/ Gameplan Media “It’s obviously a new team for us but we still have the same goal!” says Hoffman. “After having missed out in 2015, we’re hungry to get the title back!” “The Tour Durban has always been a race I really enjoy, one of the bigger races for me personally and is now also one of our team’s bigger events of the first half of the year,” he adds. Having claimed a historic hat-trick at the Tour Durban between 2011 and 2013, ‘The Hoff’ fell agonisingly short of completing a triple triumph at the Cape Town Cycle Tour this past weekend, proving both he and his team mates remain in fine form. Team Telkom Pro Cycling's Nolan Hoffman is eager for either himself or team mate Reynard Butler to return to the top step of the podium at the 2016 aQuellé Tour Durban. Zoon Cronje Photography/ Gameplan Media “Each year presents different tests and I still enjoy the whole challenge of training and preparing for races and then measuring the success of that by my results at races like the Tour Durban.“I’m feeling good at the moment but the nice thing about Reynard (Butler) having matured in the big way that he has, is that now he is just as fast as me. “He is now able to take the pressure off me and I can do the same for him so it’s great to go into big races with two cards to play!” explains Hoffman. Having achieved success at the Durban event with the Tasol GT and Team Abantu outfits previously, Hoffman is enjoying the new Telkom setup and believes a strong Tour Durban showing will pave the way for the team for the remainder of the year. “So far, so good!” says Hoffman. “As a team we’ve found each other now, we’ve won at least four races already this year and everybody is getting along quite nicely.” “We’ll decide on our plans for the second half of the year after the Tour Durban so hopefully we can keep things going and get a win there which will then give us some added momentum going forward.” The 2016 aQuellé Tour Durban takes place on Sunday, 24 April and offers 105km or 45km Road Race and 55km Cyclocross event options. Normal entries can be submitted online at www.cycleevents.co.za/road-events/aquelle-tour-durban-2016/ and until 22h00 on 11 April, after which late entries will be taken at registration at Suncoast Casino & Entertainment World from 10h00-17h00 on Friday, 22 and Saturday, 23 April. More information can be found at www.tourdurban.co.za.
  8. Team Telkom Pro Cycling are relishing a trip to KwaZulu-Natal’s East Coast for the 2016 aQuellé Tour Durban as they look to return either three time race winner Nolan Hoffman or 2014 champion Reynard Butler to the top step of the popular 105km event’s podium on Sunday, 24 April. Click here to view the article
  9. The Value Logistics FastOne was just that. A fast paced 46km/h race duelled out by the sprinters in the South African Pro Cycling peloton. The usual cat and mouse tactics played out over the 96km race held in the South of Gauteng, but as expected, it would come down to a "mano y mano" sprinters match and Team Telkom set their fast man, Nolan Hoffmann, up perfectly to take the win ahead of Roadcover's Clint Hendricks. WVE Academy rider, Steven van Heerden rounded off the podium for third. Click here to view the article
  10. Next up for Team Telkom will be the Herald Cycle Tour on 6 and 7 February in Port Elizabeth.
  11. Telkom will increase its investment in South African cycling in 2016 with the launch of Team Telkom, a professional road and mountain bike racing team owned and managed by former cycling great, Malcolm Lange. Click here to view the article
  12. The team comprises seven riders, including Nolan Hoffman, South Africa’s most prolific road-and track-race winner since Lange’s retirement in 2010. Hoffman is joined by Johann Rabie, HB Kruger and David Maree, three experienced racers, with Rabie and Kruger scheduled to contest both road and mountain bike events, based on their ability to excel in both. Completing the line-up are youngsters Reynard Butler, Morné van Niekerk and Aidan van Niekerk. Former South African cycling great, Malcolm Lange (centre) welcomes some of the riders to his new professional cycling team, Team Telkom. From left are Reynard Butler, David Maree, Morne van Niekerk and Noland Hoffman. As a growing sport with over 600 events on the cycling and mountain bike racing calendar, professional cycle racing remains an attractive property for corporates looking to reach business and consumer audiences. “Cycling is a growing sport that appeals to a broad cross-section of South Africans, across all age groups, and gender and race. Telkom is proud to be associated with one of the best cycling teams in the country. Just as cyclists challenge themselves to improve their speeds and performance, Telkom is continuously looking at ways of providing consumers with better and faster technologies,” said Enzo Scarcella, Telkom’s chief marketing officer and deputy MD. “With Team Telkom, we believe we’ve found the ideal sweet spot, where we will have a competitive presence at the front of both South African road and mountain bike races throughout the year. There will be a Team Telkom presence at the highest profile races, every month from January through to November. This will give Telkom and our support sponsors year-round exposure, which is not possible with a pure event-focused sponsorship,” said Malcolm Lange. Support sponsors, Compendium Insurance Brokers and Bidvest Bank, have also committed to the team. “We hope that through this sponsorship, we can assist the talented members of Team Telkom to reach their full potential, both nationally and internationally, while continuing to grow the sport in South Africa,” added Scarcella. “Our road race schedule includes all three big one-day races, the Cape Town Cycle Tour, the Momentum 94.7 and the Tsogo Sun Amashova. We’ve also penned in the National Championships and all the road stage races on Team Telkom’s race calendar. It’s an ambitious project, but with our experience as Lange Sports, combined with some of the country’s finest riders, we’re confident of success,” added Lange. “Lange Sports has always held as one of its objectives the continued support and growth of South African cycling talent. Our teams have helped to develop some exciting young racers over the past few years, particularly on the road, and they have gone on to join bigger international teams. With the support of Telkom, Bidvest Bank, Compendium Insurance Brokers and our other sponsors, we intend for this to continue through 2016 and beyond,” said Lange. Follow Team Telkom’s progress on twitter @TeamTelkom. For more information on Lange Sports, visit www.langesports.co.za
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