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  1. Hi Hubbers, During a bike ride in Jonkershoek, some time ago, the topic of cycling socks came up between my friend and I (both students in Stellenbosch). With both of us always on the lookout for new business opportunities we realised that there is a gap in the market for affordable, comfortable, durable and just outright sexy socks. So we spent some time creating designs, pinpointed a reliable local manufacturer and from there Versus Cycling socks came to life. Now we need your input to make this idea a success and to ultimately create awesome socks. Please help us in better understanding your cycling sock needs by filling in this survey - it will only take a minute (By doing this you stand a chance to win a Versus Socks hamper as soon as we have launched our first products): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DD2LK8S If you have any further comments to add on the topic of cycling socks, please do so below or send us a PM.
  2. The Big PrizeCongratulations Jemaine Jacobs! We hope you’ll grind the gears and push past the impossible on your brand new Giant TCR bicycle! Designed with Compact Road geometry and built with Giant’s Advanced-grade composite frame material, the TCR Advanced Disc delivers the best on-the-road efficiency of any bike in its class. The Variant seatpost adds just enough compliance to give it a balanced, race-tuned feel on the road. The tubeless WheelSystem delivers speed and efficiency with a smoother ride and a reduced risk of flats. And with its integrated disc-brake technology, including flat mounts and 12mm front and rear thru-axles, it’s an all-weather, all-conditions race machine to keep you at the front of the pack. Thank you Giant South Africa for the incredible prize! Congratulations to all our Winners! Garmin Units Saskia van der Merwe Matthew Young Pieter Mulder Ciovita Vouchers: Waldo Kellerman Sizwe Mpato Chantal Wooding Tyrone Goddard Carrie van Rensburg Russell Smith Versus Socks Vouchers: Matt Bott Denise Prince Dewald Lotter Estelle van Zyl Liesl Smith Zahied Kajee Marnus Steyn Chrisna Du Toit Robert Brown Virtual Ride Hamper:Kerry-Anne Rafferty To our fellow sponsors Ciovita, Garmin and Giant, thank you for providing these awesome prizes and making the first Versus Virtual Ride one to remember, as well as to all those who participated.See you at the next one!
  3. All cyclists are welcome to enter the virtual ride and be part of something big on 25 July, with thousands of other cyclists across the globe. We are also very happy to announce our event partners: Giant, Garmin, Bike Hub, and Ciovita. How do I enter?Entry is completely free. There are more than R90,000 in prizes (detail below) to give away in the event lucky draw. You can simply enter on our website Ride a minimum of 20km on 25 July 2020 (Both indoor and outdoor rides are included) Upload the ride to your STRAVA profile and we will automatically pull it through to our results page So get your entries in to win. Lucky draw prizes to be won:Giant Bicycles: TCR ADVANCE 1 DISC KOM 2020 worth R43,000 Garmin: 3 X Garmin 130 Plus worth R4,300 Ciovita: 6 X R3,000 vouchers Versus Socks: 9 X hampers worth R500 Bonus Prize: The ultimate Virtual ride hamper worth R10,000 This is an exciting project for the Versus Socks Team and we can’t wait to see you on STRAVA on 25 July 2020. Please spread the word and have fun on race day!
  4. After hosting two successful Versus Virtual Runs in the past three months, it is time to step into the virtual cycling space. With over 14,000 participants in the first virtual run and 16,000 participants in our second, we are expecting some 10,000 cyclists to get out on their bikes on 25 July. Click here to view the article
  5. Versus Socks Versus shot into the sock doping hall of fame with their legendary turquoise and yellow banana socks. They have successfully followed up with a range of funky socks in fun designs to accentuate almost any kit and bike combo. Their Summer Party range includes mouthwatering liquorice, pineapple, ice cream and watermelon designs. Away from the flash of the funky socks ranges, Versus also do more understated designs using solid colours with lines and stripes. Versus Socks are widely available at bike shops, and more conveniently, online here, and delivery is free if you order four pairs or more. Prices range from R90 to R110 per pair depending on the model and design. On the foot, the Versus socks look the part, and feel inoffensive. Repeated washing does cause them to fade and fray quickly around the graphics, but for fun factor they are up there with the best. The trail socks are a bit shorter and feature a much thicker material with a double cuff for better protection and durability but they are a bit warmer in summer. Verdict Comfort Durability Style Price R110 Sox Footwear Sox are relative newcomers to the local sock game. Their range features mainly simple designs in eye-catching colours. The socks sell for R119 per pair, and are available online here. Delivery is free if you buy three or more pairs.When worn the Sox have a comfortable fit, they feel light and breathable, but not thin and flimsy. This is achieved by using a variety of material types in different areas of the sock - the stretchy fabric over the ankle helps with comfort, fit, and cooling while the thicker panel over the ball of the foot provides some relief. The length is spot on, and the bright colours are unmissable on the road and trail. My personal favourites are the Sox Footwear Orange Infinity Bike socks. The colour is electric and unmissable on the road or mountain, the length is perfect for me, they are comfortable, and seem to be withstanding repeated washing and wearing without fading, bobbling, or fraying. At R119 per sock they are not the cheapest out there, but the extra R20 may be worthwhile in terms of sock life. Verdict Comfort Durability Style Price R119 Sexy Socks Founded locally in 2014, Sexy Socks focus on giving back. For every pair of socks sold, a pair is donated to a child in one of South Africa’s township schools. They can be found in 60 stores countrywide (the list is on the website), or can be ordered online here. The cycling range features 6 designs, with predominantly simple, eye-catching geometric patterns, and they retail for R149 per pair.Sexy Socks look set to make great winter socks. The double cuff means they are thicker than the others, and this does make them seem warmer when you first put them on, but is not noticeable while riding. They have shown no signs of wear and tear after washing, and the quality and comfort is unparalleled. The sexy socks are the perfect length and I really like supporting the cause. They cost a bit more than some of the others, but it basically comes down to buy 1 get 1 free, with the second pair going to a kid in need. I can get behind that. Verdict Comfort Durability Style Price R149 The Cyclist Co. Another local company, The Cyclist Co. offer a range of products centred around the cycling lifestyle: socks, off bike apparel, coffee and cycling-inspired art. The socks feature a classic striped design and are available in a range of 5 colours. They retail for R100 a pair and can be ordered online here. Delivery is R50 countrywide or free if you spend R500 or more. The Cyclist Co. striped design blends classic and fun. The socks are light and breathable, but on the long side if you have short legs. Two of our four testers have developed holes in their socks during the four-month test period, but the colours have withstood washing well. Verdict Comfort Durability Style Price R100 Trace Apparel Probably the most recent of all the newcomers to the South African sock scene, Trace Apparel are currently available at Olympic Cycles, and online here. They are available in six colourful designs, retailing for R100 per pair.The Trace Apparel socks are a comfortable fit and forget affair. They use thicker material on the heel and toes which works well to provide padding and protection. The colour of our pre-production sample socks has faded slightly after a few mud baths and washes but they still maintain their original charm. It's the natural design themes of the Trace Apparel socks that I like most. The pointy mountain peaks and wavey ocean scenes are images I associate with the same peace I get from mountain biking. For those motivated more by power there is also the thunderbolt design. Verdict Comfort Durability Style Price R100 MB Wear FUN Socks An international brand, handmade in Italy and available from Chris Willemse Cycles, for the hefty sum of R399 per pair. They include technological features like a thin polypropylene layer at contact points to reduce vibrations and jarring, a hexagonal design to improve moisture wicking, and silver ions for anti-bacterial properties.The designs are beautifully detailed and intricate, and they are as comfortable as the price tag suggests. But on the foot the material stretches and the colours fade somewhat as the pattern is deformed. They are the lightest socks we tested, at 30g per pair, so if you are a serious weight weenie, and not on a budget they may be worth a look. Verdict Comfort Durability Style Price R399
  6. Sock doping is a key component of successful cycling, and essential for showing off your calf gains. Here’s our guide to some of the socks that are available locally, to keep you looking good, both on the bike and in the coffee shop. Click here to view the article
  7. The two companies have come to a license agreement that gives Versus Socks the opportunity to retail an exclusive Qhubeka sock to the public. 20% of the purchase price of these socks goes towards funding Qhubeka Bicycles for people who earn them, improving their access to schools, clinics, and jobs. Qhubeka is always excited to partner with businesses who support the work we do. We love the idea that people can support a growing South African business and help us to fund bicycles for our programmes at the same time. Plus, I think the Versus socks look great! Lise Olivier, Marketing Manager at Qhubeka We love the Qhubeka Charity and the awesome work they do – literally changing people's lives with bicycles. We are super happy to have the opportunity to contribute to the Qhubeka Charity and help to fund more bicycles for people in Qhubeka programmes. These bicycles will help people to travel faster and further, and to carry more. Hanno Lategan and Jurgens Uys from Versus Socks The socks come in 2 colour variations, black or white, and retail for R130 per pair (with 20% of the purchase price going to the Qhubeka Charity). You can grab your pair today at a stockist near you, at the Cape Town Cycle Tour Expo or online at www.versussocks.co.za.
  8. With the launch of the new socks the guys at Versus Socks are also giving you the chance to WIN A ROCKET ESPRESSO MACHINE (WORTH R26 500)! You could stand a chance to win a Rocket Appartamento Espresso Machine! How to enter:Buy any pair of Versus Socks from our online store or at a stockist near you; Take a pic of your new socks; Post it to social media and mention us: Facebook; Twitter; or Instagram; Add #CoffeeRide; and Get creative to increase your chances of winning! 1 PAIR = 1 ENTRY Please keep your proof of purchase as this must be presented to win the competition. Competition ends on the 31st of July. Get your entries in and join the #CoffeeRide!
  9. Versus Cycling Socks launched their most-anticipated design to date – The Versus Coffee Ride Socks! Available in their Premium Race (Thin) version socks and in UK sizes 7-11 and 4-7. We all know that coffee and cycling goes hand-in-hand so this is definitely a must have in all cyclists’ sock drawer! Click here to view the article
  10. Hi everyone, I would like to recommend Rigardt's online store, Origin Cyclery. I've bought a few FUNN products through him over the past 4 months and have been so impressed by his customer service. He's quick to communicate and really goes out of his way to help get you what you need at the best price. If you're looking for some new sexy handlebars, stems, or flats etc, then please check out his site and/or drop him an email to find out what he has (or can get) in stock. Even if he doesn't have something right now, he'll keep you in mind and get hold of you as soon as new stock comes in. It's really easy to complain about rubbish service (and I do). But it's even more important to share your experiences when genuine people surpass your expectations and treat you with care and appreciation. I've added his contact details below. Cheers Rigardt Griessel Tel: 087 238 2144 Cel: 072 015 8146 Online: www.origincyclery.co.za
  11. Good news! The sock length debate is finally a thing of the past, thanks to the latest development by Versus Cycling Socks. Since their launch in 2015 they’ve been hard at work developing this revolutionary product. Riders can now choose between 4 length options IN ONE SOCK – ankle, mid-length, calf and mid-calf – YES, IN ONE SOCK. We present you with the SOCK4000: The sock boasts 4 zippable sections. Riders can choose their desired length by adding or zipping off sections of the cuff of the sock. As an added bonus the socks feature a modular design. Want to mix and match your socks? Simply add a section of another Sock4000 and create your own rad #newsockday. Now you can spice it up to suit your style! Available in a wide range of colours and designs. Add this revolutionary product to your sock drawer today! Grab the SOCK4000 from the Versus Socks online store! Visit: www.versussocks.co.za/sock4000
  12. For decades the sock length debate has infested social media, forums and ride chats. Many have gone back to Rule #27 of the Velominati which states that: “Shorts and socks should be like Goldilocks. Not too long and not too short. No socks is a no-no, as are those ankle-length ones that should only be worn by female tennis players.” Many riders care to dissagree and stick to “just above the ankle” and others prefer to ride it long - mid-calf long. On a recent topic on Bike Hub, members of the community showed their stance on sock length and let’s just say, things got messy... Click here to view the article
  13. Our Watermelon and Ice Cream socks are part of our Premium Race range of socks - these socks are thin in the foot area, with a breathable mesh on top of the foot and a single layer 6” cuff length. The Pineapple and Liquorice socks are part of our Premium Trail socks – which has a cushioned foot area, a breathable mesh on top of the foot and also a single layer 6” cuff length. Treat your feet to a fresh pair of comfortable, durable and just outright sexy socks this summer at only R110 per pair. We’re also happy to announce that all four designs are available in UK size 7-11 and 4-7! Choose your summer flavours and grab your favourites today from a stockist near you or from our online store.PS. They make a pretty awesome Christmas gift as well Social Media: Facebook: Versus Cycling Socks Twitter: @versussocks Instagram: @versussocks
  14. Introducing our new Funky range for 2017! 4 new designs, ready to kick start your summer riding. Watermelons, Ice Creams, Pineapples and Liquorice will ensure that you look funky fresh on the bike all year ‘round. Click here to view the article
  15. First Look Friday is an introduction to the products that we are currently testing for review. This week we're featuring the Scott Genius Plus 720, Brunox Deo, and Versus Socks. Click here to view the article
  16. Scott Genius Plus 720 Scott was one of the first big players to launch "Plus" bikes in both Scale (Hardtail) and Genius (Dual Suspension) platforms. There are several models to chose from and we've been sent a Genius Plus 720 to test. Featuring 130mm of rear wheel travel paired with a 140mm fork, the Genius is aimed at riding trails all day long. It's great to see Scott fitting a Fox 34 as it will go a long way to keep you and the bike in check on technical terrain. With the traction and grip that comes with 2.8-inch tires, the extra stiffness and control from the Fox 34 will be a welcome relief. Features: 148mm Boost Rear Axle Width Adjustable geometry via shock mount chip Direct post mount rear brake IDS SL Dropout system works with 142x12mm, 135x12mm and 135x5mm QR rear axle standards Twinloc lever system Internal cable routing Full specification: FrameGenius PLUS Alloy 6061 custom butted, Hydroformed tubes / tapered Headtube, BB92 / U-Mono Link / rear 180PM, IDS SL DM dropout for 148x12mm Boost, BB height adj. / Full Internal Cable Routing, 130mm rear travelTravelFront: 140mm, Rear: 130mmForkFOX 34 Float Performance Air, FIT4 3-Modes, Boost 15x110mm QR axle / tapered steerer, Lockout / reb. Adj. / 140mm travelRear ShockFOX Float Performance Elite / 3 modes, DPS / Lockout - Trail - Descend, reb. Adj. / 190X50mmRemote SystemSCOTT TwinLoc Remote Technology, 3 modes front and rear / integ. clampHeadsetSyncros Comp / Tapered 1.5" - 1 1/8", semi integ. OD 50/61mm / ID 44/55mmF. DerailleurShimano Deore FD-M618-E / DMR. DerailleurShimano XT RD-M781 SGS / DM, Shadow Type / 20 SpeedShifterShimano Deore SL-M610-I, Rapidfire Plus / 2 way release, IspecsBrakesShimano SLX M675 Disc, 180/F and 180/Rmm SM-RT54 CL RotorCranksetShimano FC-M627-B Boost, 2-piece Design, 36Ax22 TBB-setShimano BB-MT500-PA / shell 41x89.5mmHandlebarSyncros FL2.0 T-Bar, Alloy 6061 D.B. / T shape Flat / 9° / 740mmStemSyncros TR2.0, 6061 / 4D forged / oversize 31.8mm, 1 1/8" / +6° angleSeatpostX-Fusion Hilo Strate custom / 125mm adj., internal cable routing / remoteSeatSyncros XM2.0 / CROM railsHub (front)Syncros CL811 / Boost 15x110mm, made by FormulaHub (rear)Syncros CL148S / Boost 148x12mm, RWS axle / made by FormulaChainKMC X10CassetteShimano CS-HG50-10, 11-36 TSpokesDT Swiss Champion Black 1.8mmRimsSyncros X-40 / 27.5" / Tubeless Ready, 40mm wide / 32H / EyeletsTyresSchwalbe Front: Nobby Nic EVO / 2.80x27.5; Rear: Rocket Ron EVO / 2.80x27.5 PaceStar compound / Tubeless EasyWeight13.8 kgsRetail PriceR46,000.00 We will weigh in on the Plus vs Fat vs 29" vs 27.5" debate once we've done a good couple of rides on varying terrain. From the Manufacturer The phrase “Any Trail, Any Time“ was coined a few years back to describe the Genius series. The all NEW Genius 720 Plus makes that phrase ring even truer. Adding plus sized wheels to what is already one of the most capable rigs on the market ups the level of traction, comfort, and most importantly fun hogging. Sporting an Alloy frame, the 720 comes in at a lower price point. Rocks, roots and boosts beware, this bike is ready to rumble. Brunox Deo At the Africa Cycle Fair, we spend some time with the team behind Atlantic Cycle Products, the official importers for Brunox in South Africa. Timing could not have been better as testing the Brunox Deo will help weigh in on a recent discussion.Said to help clean your fork and shock stanchions and lubricate dust seals to keep them in full working order for longer. Although not an exact science we will use the Deo on one of our own long-term bikes to gauge it's effect and then compare that to the rest of the forks and shocks in use. RRP: R 95,00 Stockists here. From the Manufacturer Brunox Duo for cycling forks Like daily tooth care the endurance and function of a bicycle fork can only be guaranteed by thorough and regular maintenance. A little Brunox Deo is sprayed on between submerge- and stand-pipe before and after each tour. Afterwards, spring the fork shortly for several times and you can see suddenly the difference. Brunox Deo keeps the sealing rings in soft condition and does not adhesive dust.Brunox Deo has an excellent penetration ability because of the additive Turboline, keeps the sealing rings smooth, so that you can execute your work even better. Spray a little Brunox Deo on to the fork pillars before and after each ride and see the significant effect. Brunox Deo keeps the sealing rings flexible whilst resisting dust; ensuring optimal conditions for best performance. Brunox Deo protects seals, adjusting screws, fixings and all pneumatic parts of the forks. A few drops after cleaning will act as a barrier to dirt and ensure long term protection. Brunox Deo is also recommended by Sitting Bull for sprung seat pillars. Recommended by RockShox. Deo stands for: Easy care with great effect! http://www.brunox.com/website/productpages/Deo-en.html Versus Socks Versus Cycling Socks is a Stellenbosch based company who believes in creating socks that are affordable, comfortable, durable and just outright sexy. The idea to launch their own sock range came while Jurgens Uys and Hanno Lategan were out riding in Jonkershoek. Since then the company has grown in reputation and several designs and cuts have been added including lady specific ones. We were send three pairs to test. Their range of socks are available to buy online or from their dealer network with prices ranging from R79 to R89.
  17. Versus Socks was established by two friends, Hanno Lategan and Jurgens Uys, in Stellenbosch with the aim of producing good quality socks with desirable designs at an affordable price. Judging by the number of Versus socks seen on the mountain and road, it seems they are doing it right. Bike Hub caught up with the pair to ask them about their venture. Click here to view the article
  18. The guys ready to deliver their first orders in February 2015. Give us little insight into the people behind Versus socks and your involvement in cycling. Hanno: We are two guys running the show at Versus. Both of us are passionate mountain bikers, so we make sure we keep a good work/ fun balance. We went to high school together in Stellenbosch and met through our involvement in the school's cycling team. After school the cycling didn't stop. Jurgens decided to give the world of professional cycling a go and is currently part of the Kargo Pro MTB Team. I'm more in it just for the love of the sport, so a trail ride with friends is ideal for me. In my spare time I'm also involved in trail building initiatives in Stellenbosch and plan on staying involved in expanding the current network of trails. Why socks? Jurgens: During a bike ride in Jonkershoek, middle 2014, the topic of cycling socks came up and with both of us always on the lookout for new business opportunities we realised that there's a gap in the market for affordable, comfortable, durable and just outright sexy cycling socks. Did you have experience in the textile industry before starting Versus socks? Jurgens: Hanno had his own casual cycling inspired range of apparel (Roost Casual MTB Apparel) which he ran as a hobby while studying. This however provided more insight on running a small business than having knowledge on the textile industry. So we went quite blind into Versus Socks (industry wise), but learnt quickly all the in's and out's of socks and cycling socks in particular. What is the key advantage of Versus socks over your competitors? Hanno: We believe in creating cycling socks that are of a high quality, good looking, but still offered at an affordable price. We like to break the status quo in cycling socks and to create a brand that people want to associate themselves with. Who does most of the sock design work? Jurgens: Both of us are always on the lookout for new designs – be it in our daily lives or online. If something catches our eye, we start playing around with the idea. Hanno does the final designing and creates multiple options from which we choose the best and we then move on to sampling. Do you product test your socks yourselves or do you have athletes also contributing to the development? Hanno: Most of the product testing we do ourselves. As a professional athlete, Jurgens is out on the trails/ roads quite a lot and through his interaction with other riders we have a good understanding of what riders are looking for in a cycling sock. We sponsor a few other local riders who also provide their feedback on the socks. Your socks are made in South Africa. Are there any temptations to take the manufacturing overseas? Hanno: We've looked at options of manufacturing overseas, purely out of interest and other people telling us that “China is the way to go”. After looking at the options, local manufacturing is still the way forward for us. We're able to reach the margins that we want to with the current local pricing and still supply the socks at an affordable price to consumers. Through all the negatives currently in our country we'd like to stay positive and support the local economy. Yes, it has its challenges, but at the end of the day we know we're doing our bit to help the local economy. Currently the socks are available through your online store and through retailers. Are there any difficulties with this model in our market? Jurgens: For us, we purely offer an online store service for the convenience thereof. There are certain customers who prefer buying online, either because there's not a stockist near them or they enjoy the convenience of it. We're not trying to compete against our stockists at all, as without them, we won't have a successful business model. Your Banana socks appear to have been very successful. What do you think has made these socks so desirable? Hanno: Cycling in general is moving more and more towards funky colours and designs. Riders want to stand out from the norm and be/ look different. Our Funky Banana socks fit right in with this. It's an item that other riders will definitely notice and make you stand out from the crowd. We've noticed a jelly bean design on social media. When will this be released and can we expect any more funky socks in the near future? Jurgens: Pre-orders on our Jelly Bean socks will open middle March and the first batch of stock will arrive middle April. Riders can definitely look forward to more Funky Socks from us this year! We're already working on some more designs that we'll release near the middle of the year. Versus Socks Jelly Bean Competition: We need your input! Help us come up with a catchy hashtag for our Jelly Bean socks. Comment your suggestion below - the best hashtag will be chosen by Versus Socks and will be used as the official hashtag (instant bragging rights). The winner will win 8 x pairs of Versus Socks + Versus T-Shirt + be one of the first the receive a pair of Jelly Bean socks. Competition ends: 14 March 2016. What's your long term aim with Versus socks? Hanno: Long term we'd like to expand our range of offerings and establish our socks as a well known brand in local and overseas markets. There are some other secret ideas as well, so stay tuned, you'll still see a lot from Versus Socks. Do you have any advice for other looking to innovate in the South African cycling industry? Hanno: Make sure to always provide good customer service. In a country where this is lacking quite often, people are hungry for good customer service. On top of that, don't underestimate the power of social media – it's free and if used in the correct way it could be super beneficial to any new business. Visit the Versus Socks team at the Cape Town Cycle Tour Expo: Versus Socks will be at the Cape Town Cycle Tour Expo this week (3-5 March 2016). Visit us at Stand 227 for awesome specials and #bananawatts. Or catch them online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/versussocks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/versussocks/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/versussocks/ Website: http://www.versussocks.co.za/
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