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  1. A WORLD OF CYCLING INFO, NOW AT YOUR FINGERTIPS! In a country where around 250 000 people actively participate in cycling, a single source of comprehensive local cycling information should be par for the course. Now it is, thanks to the launch of an indispensable app, Cycle360. Cycling Information Has Come Full Circle Cycle360 caters to the needs of all types of cyclists, from competitive road and MTB cyclists, through cycling families and adrenaline junkies. It offers everything from an up-to-date race calendar, details on where to ride across South Africa, upcoming events, and local cycling/accessory shops. That’s not where it ends: Cycle360 gives enthusiasts information regarding all forms of accommodation in an area; restaurants, things to do locally … you name it, Cycle360’s got it covered! Find out about cycling school leagues, nutritional supplements for young and old, and more! Providing A Service … And Paying It Forward Cross-country specialist and seasoned Olympic medallist, Christoph Sauser, is actively involved in non-profit organisation Songo. Songo has played a profound role in uplifting the local community around Kayamandi in the Western Cape, assisting with education programmes, as well as to establish a BMX club and mountain biking group. Sauser raises funding for Songo, helping to build the dreams of young wannabe cyclists; giving them the hope of a healthier future, and a better life story. Going forward, Cycle360 will assist Songo in reaching their goals. Cycle360 encourages all players in the cycling arena to sign up to have their products, venues and shops featured on the app. A percent of all revenue will be ploughed back to Songo. Cycle360 is available on both Android and Apple devices. For further information don’t hesitate to contact Michael@cycle360.co.za, or call 0824647983.
  2. Anyone interested in taking the entries over? 0829297144
  3. 7 ENTRIES LEFT! Choose to Ride4Change and help us create the change in high-risk communities with our JAGRiders programme! Email info@jagfoundation.org.za to secure your spot. http://jagfoundation.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Argus-Entries-2017.jpg
  4. PREFERENTIAL ENTRIES OPEN TUESDAY- 10% DISCOUNT FOR 2015 RIDERS http://i2.cmail2.com/ei/j/7C/F3B/35E/csimport/BESTEMEDRACES2015editableJock.122914.jpg RIDERS WHO TOOK PART IN THIS YEAR'S BESTMED JOCK TOUR AND CLASSIQUE WILL BE ABLE TO ENTER FOR NEXT YEAR'S EVENT FROM TUESDAY 3 NOVEMBER 2015. Next year's Bestmed Jock Tour and Cycle Classique takes takes place from 15-17 July 2016. As a 2015 participant you are receiving this mail as we'd like to reward all our riders who took part in the event this year with an automatic 10% discount on their entry fee for 2016. Entries for the Jock Tour are limited to 500 riders and the Jock Classique has an entry cap of 800 riders. The 2015 Jock database has been loaded onto our on-line entry portal and the portal will automatically detect when a 2015 rider enters, and allocate the discount. Public entries for the event will open a week later on 10 November 2016. We are including two new categories in the Tour for next year with the addition of the 8-Rider Amateur Team category as well as the Grumpy Old Men category. These two categories have proven to be very popular at the Tour of Good Hope (sister event to the Jock) and hence we've made them available to the Jock as well. The 3-Day, 3 Stage Jock Tour (15-17 July) is open to all men's licensed categories (with the exception of juniors) as well as amateur riders in the open/seeded bunch who feel up to the challenge. The 1-Day, 3 Stage Jock Classique (16 July) is open to all licensed categories and open/seeded riders. Licensed ladies aren't permitted to ride in the 3-Day Jock, but provision is made for them in the 1-Day event. Most licensed riders this year opted to ride in the 3-Day Jock Tour, so licensed groups, with the exception of the ladies, will again be combined into one licensed bunch. GO TO WWW.THEJOCK.CO.ZA TO VIEW ALL THE EVENT INFO THE JOCK TOUR 2016: 3 DAYS - 3 STAGES - 334KM – 7200M ASCENT THE JOCK CLASSIQUE 2016: 1 DAY – 3 STAGES – 154KM – 2900M ASCENT WITH EVERY JOCK MEDAL WORN, AGAIN A CYCLIST IS BORN For further enquiries phone the race office on 076 621 1807 or email eventsupport@asgworld.co.za
  5. http://i9.cmail2.com/ti/j/E1/3D5/F9D/194019/images/asg_news2.png ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ ENTRIES OPEN FOR THE WEST RAND'S BIGGEST CYCLING FESTIVAL http://i3.cmail2.com/ei/j/55/792/5ED/csimport/BergenDalelogo.121441.jpg The 2016 Berge en Dale Classic, presented by Optimum Financial Services on 6 February 2016, is a premier seeding event for the Cape Town Cycle Tour, presenting distance options of 102km and 55km. TO GO TO THE EVENT SITE AND TO ENTER, CLICK HERE The state-of-the-art Cradlestone Shopping Mall on the R28 in Krugersdorp provides the venue for the event, presenting a user-friendly experience with ample parking and lots to do once the race finishes. The event attracted 5 000 cyclists in the 2015 edition and the 2016 venue remains unchanged with the only change on the race route that cyclists will be going directly onto the R28 off Beyers Naude Drive without having to descent down and through Muldersdrift. R10 of every race entry will be donated to the South African Muscular Dystrophy Foundation of South Africa. Please look out for the tick box during the on-line entry process if you would like to make an additional donation. Race Office: Call 076 621 1807 or email eventsupport@asgworld.co.za .............................................................................................................................................................. BESTMED BALLITO EXPEDITION PEN-ULTIMATE STOP-OVER FOR BESTMED NATIONAL SERIES http://i4.cmail2.com/ei/j/55/792/5ED/csimport/BESTEMEDRACES2015editable_Page_3.122522.jpg The Bestmed Ballito Expedition is in its third year now and takes place at the Sugar Rush Adventure Centre on 14 November 2015. It's the pen-ultimate event of the series with the Grand Finale at the Bestmed Paarl MTB Classic a week later on 22 November. For info on the Series, click here. For info and entries click here. .............................................................................................................................................................. http://i10.cmail2.com/ti/j/E1/3D5/F9D/194019/images/footer_01.jpg http://i3.cmail2.com/ti/j/E1/3D5/F9D/194019/images/footer_03.jpg http://i1.cmail2.com/ti/j/E1/3D5/F9D/194019/images/footer_04.jpg http://i2.cmail2.com/ti/j/E1/3D5/F9D/194019/images/footer_06.jpg
  6. It doesn’t seem long since Jared Graves and Tracy Moseley were crowned this year’s Enduro World Champions – but in just a month’s time entries will open for the 2015 Enduro World Series. Click here to view the article
  7. With eight rounds next year and demand for places expected to be high, this year there will be a phased entry system to try and help as many people as possible secure a spot. The first race of the year is in March, when the series heads down under to New Zealand for the inaugural Crankworx Rotorua. Entries for this race will open on Thursday, January 22 at 9am NZDT. Then on Wednesday, January 28th Ireland, Scotland and France will be available to enter - these will go live at 5pm GMT. Next up are the North American rounds, with Whistler in Canada and Crested Butte in the USA opening for entry at 9am PST on Wednesday, February 4th. And last but not least, Zona Zero in Spain and Finale in Italy will open their virtual doors on Wednesday, February 11th at 5pm CET. Chris Ball, Managing Director of the Enduro World Series, said: “Next season is shaping up to be incredible - with eight rounds and five new venues it’s going to be our biggest year yet. “Last year some races sold out in minutes so this year we’ve decided to change up the entry system a little. By opening registration in four stages we hope it’ll be easier for people to enter all the races they want to take part in, as well as grouping together races that are close to each other or on consecutive weekends. We’ve also made sure that the races go on sale at a time that corresponds with the host country, so local riders don’t have to get up in the middle of night to enter their nearest race." All registration will take place through www.enduroworldseries.com/registration
  8. All available entries were snapped up in just eight hours when they opened last month, taking the race organisers by surprise and leaving many local would-be entrants disappointed. David Bellairs, a director of the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust, said: “We have decided to reallocate some entries which had been reserved for various groups and international participants. By doing this we will be making an additional 3 000 individual entries available to local riders.” Entries made available last month had been allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, but the additional 3 000 will be assigned through a “random selection” process. Bellairs explained: “Riders wishing to secure an entry will be given a week to register their interest on our website. The available entries will then be allocated to individuals on a ‘ballot-style’ basis, after which fees will become payable. We believe this to be the fairest way to allocate the remaining entries without prejudicing participants and overloading our systems.” He added: “We were completely taken by surprise by the quick sell-out on September 26 and we are evaluating the entry process for future events.” How to enter the 2015 Cape Town Cycle Tour: From 13h00 on Tuesday, 7 October until 13h00 on Tuesday, 14 October, potential riders wishing to secure an entry to the 2015 Cape Town Cycle Tour must update their details and register their interest in participating at www.cycletour.co.za. There is no cost to registering interest; On Friday, 24 October from 13h00 onwards, 3 000 potential riders who have registered their interest will be chosen on a ballot-style selection basis and notified whether they have been successful; Successful entrants will have until 13h00 on Tuesday, 4 November to pay the R430 entry fee required to secure their entry; Any entries for which payment has not been received by 13h00 on Tuesday, 4 November will be reallocated to entrants who were unsuccessful in the first random selection process. Riders who are unsuccessful in securing one of the 3 000 additional Cape Town Cycle Tour entries will still have the option of riding for one of the 110 registered charities. Bellairs cautioned that selling and buying of illegal entries was strictly prohibited and no entrant would be allowed to ride with a race number that was not allocated to them. “The only way to transfer an entry to another rider is through the official substitution process, which will take place in February, 2015. If participants are found guilty of buying or selling entries illegally they could be banned from the Cape Town Cycle Tour.” For event related queries, participants should contact the Cycle Tour Events Office on 087 820 7223 during office hours.
  9. Another 3 000 entries are to be made available to local riders wanting to take part in the 2015 Cape Town Cycle Tour. Click here to view the article
  10. 6 days of technically oriented truly awesome riding through the little-known “Kingdom in the Sky”. Together with the friendly people, great culture and amazing mountains, Lesotho is making a name for itself in the Mountain biking world. “I have ridden in a lot of places, all over the world. This is still, hands down, the best single track I have ever ridden…” Robbie Powell after the 2014 edition of the Lesotho Sky. Community development is at the heart of the Lesotho Sky Race. Since last years race, the Lesotho Sky Event is affiliated to the International Cycling Union (UCI), the governing body for cycling sports in the world. The Lesotho Sky Event supports 5 qualifying events in Lesotho throughout the year, through which the best 7 Basotho riders qualify for a fully sponsored entry to the Lesotho Sky Race. They then chose a partner and represent a corporate sponsor from Lesotho. All riders from Lesotho that have qualified for the race, have the opportunity to earn UCI points, which helps them to improve their personal as well as their country’s ranking. It is due to this development that Lesotho recently overtook Namibia in the UCI Mountain Bike Ranking and is now ranked 2nd in Africa, behind South Africa. Globally Lesotho is ranked 31st, ahead of countries like Greece, Denmark and Finland. Co-sponsored by Swiss-Bike-Tours the Lesotho Sky Event will send the winning Basotho team of the Lesotho Sky 2014 event to partake in the Craft BIKE Transalp 2015 edition. The official charity partner of Lesotho Sky is Sentebale, a charity founded in 2006 by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso from the royal family in Lesotho. With offices in Maseru and headquarters in London, Sentebale is an organisation of global dimensions. Sentebale works in partnership with locally run organisations, government ministers and chiefs to provide healthcare and education to vulnerable children and orphans in Lesotho. As of 2014 individual and corporates are able to buy charity entries to the Lesotho Sky Race. The proceeds of this entry go straight towards Sentebale‘s projects in Lesotho. The first company to purchase a charity entry to the Lesotho Sky 2014 was SABMiller through their subsidiary in Lesotho, Maluti Mountain Brewery (MMB). Thanks to our charity sponsor as well as the generous donations from riders and crew during the past event, Lesotho Sky managed to raise R114,500 for Sentebale. Sentebale country director Tumisang Leduma: “The funds will go a long way towards helping us to provide care and support to many more vulnerable children through the build of the Mamohato Children’s Centre, currently under construction in Thaba Bosiu. We are excited about this partnership and look forward to more opportunities with Lesotho Sky”. Some more details about the event: The next Lesotho Sky Event takes place from 20th – 25th September 2015. The numbers: Only 60 teams get to ride the Lesotho Sky 2015. Guaranteed are the best 6 riding days of your life, with 344km distance and climbing just short of the height of Everest 8600m. Where do I stay? The event offers 2 forms of accommodation: Tented, the value option where you and your partner each stay in your own tents (mattresses provided). Lodged: the luxury option (2 people sharing). Note: these entries sell out very early. How do I enter? Fill out the online entry form: http://lesothosky.com/enter-2015/ (Opens at 12 noon today) How do I follow the event? Facebook.com/LesothoSky Twitter.com/lesothosky www.vimeo.com/LesothoSky Check out the clip from the Last day this year: http://vimeo.com/107324280 What are you waiting for? The 5th edition of the Lesotho Sky looks to be the year to do it. My guess is that it will sell out very very soon.
  11. There has been much talk about the rather ominous yet extremely well reviewed Lesotho Sky recently. After its 4th successful event just a few weeks ago, entries to the event are now open. Event director Darol Howes says “We are excited about opening entries again, it is exciting to see who comes back and which new names take up the challenge of coming and riding 6 awesome days in the Adventure Kingdom.” Click here to view the article
  12. Lucas Lategan

    Sani2C

    Good day All! I am looking for two entries for the Sani to Sea. If anyone can please assist me? I can be contacted at lucaslategan.ll@gmail.com Regards Lucas
  13. We've got four entries for the 2014 Trans Karoo to give away over the next few weeks. Simply share your most embarrassing cycling moment with us and you could win. Click here to view the article
  14. The Trans Karoo is a 240km endurance mountain bike event taking riders from Ceres to Sutherland through the famed Tankwa Karoo. Competing solo, in teams of two or tandem, riders must complete four compulsory check point stops along the way. To find out more about the event visit the website: www.transkaroomtb.co.za Up for grabsWe’ve got 4 entries to give away over the next few weeks: 2 x Solo entries 2 x Team entries To winTell us about your most embarrassing cycling moment. Share your story in the comments area below and you could win. Prize drawsDraw #1: 1 x Solo Entry, 1 x Team Entry Closes Wednesday, 19 February 2014 @ 17h00 Draw #2: 1 x Solo Entry, 1 x Team Entry Closes Wednesday, 26 February 2014 @ 17h00 Competition Terms and ConditionsEach weeks winning post will be selected by Fluency. The judge’s decision is final. Each week’s winners will be announced on The Hub by 17H00 on the following Thursday. The prize includes entry to the event and all elements connected to a solo or team entry. The prize excludes any transport or accommodation requirements by prize winners. Prizes are not transferable. The competition is not open to any employees of Fluency, The Hub or any Trans Karoo partners or sponsors.
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