Friday , 21 February 2020

MASTERING MUD

MASTERING MUD

Because most of us seldom head out to ride when it’s really muddy, we’re usually caught by surprise when we’re faced with a muddy ride or race. As an obstacle, mud can vary in dep ...

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THE MIRACLE MECHANICS OF TEAM ABSA

THE MIRACLE MECHANICS OF TEAM ABSA

  The most unsung heroes of #TeamAbsa and #AbsaPride are certainly the miracle mechanics!  As an Absa initiative Eben Venter from West Rand Cycles was asked to put together a ...

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ABSA CAPE EPIC: AFTER DARK CLOUDS, EXXARO FIND A SILVER LINING

ABSA CAPE EPIC: AFTER DARK CLOUDS, EXXARO FIND A SILVER LINING

  ''We noticed some big improvements in the way our riders rode and attacked today which makes me very happy. They listened to my race advice of yesterday and it showed in th ...

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2014 ABSA CAPE EPIC: SOUTH AFRICAN HOPES OF A PODIUM FINISH

2014 ABSA CAPE EPIC: SOUTH AFRICAN HOPES OF A PODIUM FINISH

  South African hopes of a podium finisher in the elite men’s category at the Absa Cape Epic have faltered after two stages, with best-placed locals Max Knox and Kevin Evans ...

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ABSA CAPE EPIC STAGE 2 WRAP: ROBERTSON

ABSA CAPE EPIC STAGE 2 WRAP: ROBERTSON

  The weather took a devastating toll on Absa Cape Epic competitors for the second day in a row Tuesday, with stage winner Robert Mennen of Germany describing it as “survival ...

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RACE OR RIDE? WE DECIDE

RACE OR RIDE? WE DECIDE

  A flower sprouted from the basin of rich South African earth that used to be the bottom of my cycling shoe, as I carved into the mud, hunting my cleat. I’d already been cle ...

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