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  1. To read the article one the website and access the image gallery, click here This past weekend, 23-25 October, we had the pleasure of hosting Scotty and Frans, Riding buddies from Ballito bru, on our Cheese and Wine Adventure in Stanford. The boys had a pretty serious drive to get all the way up the N2 from KZN. They broke their journey in half, stopping in Sedgefield first, to check out the amazing riding on offer at the Garden Route Trial Centre The Boys arrived late afternoon on Thursday, and as soon as they had settled into their accommodation, they enjoyed a quick ride around town. It
  2. For the full report with images click here, Text copied from the website below: If ever Murphy decided to show up uninvited and try his utmost to ruin what should be a fun weekend outing, this was the one he chose. The plan was to depart Pretoria around 09:30 on Friday morning, to be sure we arrive at Verlorenkloof well ahead of the rest of the group and make sure everything was ready for check-in. Fortunately, the team at Verlorenkloof, Lockdown restrictions and all, we’re on the ball, and a quick phone call to sort out the finer details was all it took, to ensure that our guests would
  3. It had spent the night at the mechanics in an effort to de-skew my derailleur hanger. Sneaking past the sleeping mechanics I grab the bike off the rack. Getting back to the tent I take a closer look with a torch. All sorted, looks straight. Gears are operational again. We're back in business. Hold on, what's that. A crack? Surely not? A closer look reveals a network of cracks on my chainstay. No doubt an after effect from the events yesterday, but how deep they go I'm not sure. A quick flex of the stay shows a bit of movement. Not good, but lifting the frame protectors the crack appears to be
  4. Waking up on day 3 I could feel some aches setting in. Perhaps from yesterday's tumble or maybe just tent life, but nothing a warm cup of coffee won't cure. First though, it's time to check on my bike. Click here to view the article
  5. Needless to say aside from a few members of the SADC observer mission staying at the hotel we’ve been none the wiser. In fact the only impact so far was due to the hotel being overbooked as a result and our room lacking a few essentials. Like a bed. It had been converted into a meeting room and converting it back proved to be a challenge. It’s it strange change taking part in an event with a contingent of just 40 teams. You’re suddenly not just a number and feel a sort of added pressure having the privilege of taking part in something so unique and so intimate. Photo: Cherie Vale / Lesotho
  6. With the various political goings on there was a little apprehension heading across the border for my first Lesotho Sky. While the organising team and other locals had given assurances that the media was making a meal of things, you’re still never quite sure until you are there. Click here to view the article
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