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  1. The Brink Racing Team of David Low and Dean Wortmann won the KAP sani2c nonstop in 13 hours, 25 minutes and 10 seconds. They crossed the finish line less than a minute ahead of Team FRIB who had led the race up until a navigation error in the last few kilometres. Team FRIB was made […] View full article
  2. Imbuko{type}DEV’s Marco Joubert and Wessel Botha took the overall KAP sani2c title in a time of 08:57:43, crossing the line today four seconds behind PYGA Euro Steel, who take the stage win. Kim Le Court and Robyn de Groot of Efficient Infiniti Insure won the final stage and comfortably take the women’s title with an […] View full article
  3. The KAP sani2c’s queen stage provided another day of tight racing between the top three teams on 92kms of trails between Mackenzie Club and Jolivet Farm, with the Imbuko {type}DEV team of Marco Joubert and Wessel Botha managing a 30-second gap with the Insect Science team of Arno du Toit and Keagan Bontekoning when they […] View full article
  4. The KAP sani2c’s 18th edition got off to a blistering start as the top three teams stuck together and shared a sprint finish, with solo rider Marc Pritzen pushing ahead to finish in first position for the stage in a time of 02:54:40, as Insect Science’s Arno du Toit and Keagan Bontekoning took the first […] View full article
  5. The KAP sani2c’s 18th edition looks set to provide exciting racing amongst the men, as a batch of maturing younger riders with a few years’ experience are ready to take on the more established Elites. The Race starts on Thursday 12th May from Glencairn Farm near Underberg, with the 1000 Adventure riders setting off the […] View full article
  6. It's our first time doing Sani2C this year. Super excited! Looking at different travel options - with fuel prices increasing, it's impacting on cost of driving and flying 🙄 At this point, flying is looking like the cheaper option. But was wondering if there's a minibus with a trailer that transports people and bikes from Cape Town to Sani2C and back? Any travel suggestions welcome.
  7. 15 years after the first sani2c nonstop took place, the organisers are excited to introduce a new sani2c nonstop on 3-4 June 2022. View full article
  8. PYGA Euro Steel’s Matthys Beukes and Gert Heyns and Motorlease Perigon’s Robyn de Groot and Amy McDougall are the 2021 KAP sani2c champions. View full article
  9. Another exciting finish in the men’s race at stage 2 of the KAP sani2c, but PYGA Euro Steel’s Matthys Beukes and Gert Heyns managed to extend their overall lead by nearly 4 minutes as they charged across the line in a time of 03:24:32 (GC 06:14:45). View full article
  10. It was a sprint finish as the PYGA Euro Steel team of Matthys Beukes and Gert Heyns took the stage win at day one of the KAP sani2c today, in a time of 02:50:13, just two seconds ahead of teammates Philip Buys and Pieter du Toit. Matt Beers powered across the line just ahead of the second PYGA Euro Steel team but his teammate Wessel Botha was seconds behind and the pair had to be satisfied with third place for the stage (02:50:19). View full article
  11. Phatcat

    Sani2C May 2021

    Hi Everyone I know that some of you have done S2C and congratulations on that achievement, I am doing the Sani2C in May 2021. I have been putting in 6-9 hours a week since the 2nd week of Feb 2021. My hill climbing is not the best. What trails in JHB could I do that will give me elevation? Last question, on the weekend rides should you be concentrating on hours spent or km's done. If so, how many hours on a sat and sun should you be putting in or how many km's should you be aiming for on sat and sun. All help is appreciated. Thanks in advance for your responses.
  12. After 2020 saw a number of shake-ups amongst South Africa’s professional mountain bikers, many have settled into new teams and are ready to race KAP sani2c next month. The organisers are delighted to be hosting the usual sani2c magic, both for those looking for the ride of their lives, and for the professional teams who had very little racing last year. View full article
  13. Hi all I've been very graciously sponsored to ride the upcoming Sani2C, this coming December 2020. I'm looking forward to it but I'm also apprehensive haha . My main concerns are the altitude, heat and humidity, but generally I just don't know what to expect. Could anyone share some advice on the event? Like anything you think one should take with them that might not be obvious? - Would you recommend any specific bike spares? - How difficult are those floating bridges? - How easy is it to charge a phone? - What is cellular coverage like en-route and in the villages? - Do water points have low sugar stuff like baby potatoes? I've shored up my bike setup with a new saddle (which I've spent a few hours riding now - it RAWKS) and a general bike service. I'm also planning on carrying an USWE backpack for water (3L). I'm thinking of carrying a first aid kit in my backpack and a satellite tracker. Any advice really or just say hi so we can share in the excitement (or fear) EOF
  14. Tech Zone This Year we are offering bike transportation from Cape Town to the Starting venue at the Sani2C, the bikes will then be handed in on the final day and transported back to Cape Town at Recycles (21 Northumberland street) where the bikes will receive a Wash N' Lube before collection. Bikes must be Booked in at Recycles store on Friday the 27 November 2020 for transportation. Please Pre-Book to secure your spot, for more information please contact J.p at 0828096445 Or email at info@recycles.co.za Recycles 21 Northumberland street Boston Cape Town 7530
  15. Hi there, We're a team of 2 driving up for the Sani2C. We're based in Stellenbosch, so anyone from the Cape area is welcome. We have space available for 2 people with their bikes and kit. Flights are difficult and very expensive at the moment, so join us for the scenic drive there and back, and save on costs. Contact me asap so that we can make arrangements! Ruan 082 7190 714 ruanviviers@gmail.com
  16. In the light of recent developments relating to the Coronavirus pandemic, the organisers of KAP sani2c, the three-day mountain bike stage race in KwaZulu-Natal due to be held from 12-16 May, have made the decision to postpone the event to December. Click here to view the article
  17. Hi Everyone, My partner has run into circumstances precluding him from doing the race. I am now solo and looking for a new partner to do the Adventure or Race with. Since the organisers explicitly mandate team entries, I think this could be a good platform for other solo riders to connect and find partners to do the race with. If you are interested, please inbox me and we can have a phone call to see if we could train and race well together. My skill level is intermediate to advanced (especially in technical descents). Fitness is good to great, with a lot of work planned for the lead up to the race. Strava profile: https://www.strava.com/athletes/946755
  18. Hi All - anyone with a Sani2C TRAIL entry they wish to share for 2020. You can have it back for 2021. My partner and I wish to take it over.
  19. Trek wants to help you compete at KAPsani2C, one of our country’s oldest and largest mountain bike stage races. When you purchase a 2020 carbon Top Fuel at any one of our participating Trek dealers, Trek will cover the portion of the KAPsani2C team entry fee. Yes, you heard that right - a new bike and a free entry to the race you have been training for. Reach your goal and get your dream bike with help from Trek. Find your nearest Trek dealer to turn your dreams into reality. Click here to view the article
  20. Hi Guys I want to sign up for the 2020 Sani2C but have no idea where to begin. First off i'm from Cape Town area. What i do want to know is 1. Is it easier to fly or to do a road trip, hence all the luggage/bike etc. 2. If i fly do i fly to and from Durban and if durban - must i go with shuttle to destination - will they be able to transport all my stuff 3. What is the cost for shuttle to Glencairn Farm from Durban roughly. 4. From my understanding you get a 100litre black bin for all your stuff, what must i do with all my other bags etc. I would really appreciate if anyone could guide me what to pack, how to pack, also any do's and don't s. Thanks
  21. KAP sani2c is one of the oldest and best-loved three-day mountain bike stage races in the country. The three versions of the event, the Trail, Adventure and Race, take place between 12 and 16 May next year. Enter at www.sani2c.co.za Click here to view the article
  22. Event Name: 2019 KAP sani2c Adventure When: 15 May 2019 - 17 May 2019 Where: Glencairn Farm, Himeville, Underberg, Kwazulu-Natal Category: MTB 3 days of amazing trails though KZN. From the majestic mountains of Sani Pass, Southern Drakensberg to the lapping shores of the warm Indian Ocean at Scottburgh Beach, KZN, South Coast. Included in entry: 2 race villages with tented accommodation (a four-man tent to share with your partner). A comfy high density Vitafoam mattress. You will need to bring your sleeping bag and pillow 3 meals a day plus a 24hour chill zone full of yummy goodies enough to pile on all you have just worked off! Access to all the race facilities and improved permanent facilities i.e. hot showers, bike wash facility, rider chills zones with Clover Vanilla Milks etc. Professional medical support by Berg Medical is included however you will need travel insurance in case of hospitalisation. Full logistical support from Super Group who will transport your bag from race village to race village. 2 to 3 water points along the route with lots to eat and drink. We suggest you bring along your preferred bars or drinks. You don’t need to worry about going hungry. These tables are well stocked! Go to Event Page
  23. Balooba


    Sorry gents/gals Do not know where to ask this question. My "bucket list" indicate I need to do the Sani 2 Sea sometime. See prices are coming down.... I do not understand the 3 disciplines that can be entered. - Trail - Race - Adventure This will be my 1st stage race. Please help
  24. Tech Zone This Year we are offering bike transportation from Cape Town to the Starting venue at the Sani2C, the bikes will then be handed in on the final day and transported back to Cape Town at Recycles (186 Durban Road) where the bikes will receive a Wash N' Lube before collection. For more information please contact J.p at 0828096445 Or email at info@recycles.co.za
  25. Tech Zone This Year we are offering bike transportation from Cape Town to the Starting venue at the Sani2C, the bikes will then be handed in on the final day and transported back to Cape Town at Recycles (186 Durban Road) where the bikes will receive a Wash N' Lube before collection. For more information please contact J.p at 0828096445 Or email at info@recycles.co.za
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