Wide field expected to make a move for the vacant 2014 105km aQuellé Tour Durban road race title on Monday
Momentum Toyota captain Lynette Burger showed her cyclig pedigree, defending her aQuellé Tour Durban title for a second successive win.
Team Momentum Toyota’s Lynette Burger is tipped to retain the iconic aQuellé Tour Durban 105km road race title against a strong field on Sunday
Andrea Steyn and Liefie Day won double championship titles at the 2013 SA National Vets, Masters, U16 and Para-Cycling Road & Time Trial Championships, in Oudtshoorn
Anriette Schoeman won the 93km Durban leg of the Engen Dynamic Cycle Challenges 2012 Series on the weekend for her second gold medal in the series, after earlier winning the 1st leg of the series in Wellington.
Anriëtte Schoeman lays down tracks as she beats all comers this past weekend to rack up two titles, the 104km Pennypinchers Cycle Tour in Oudtshoorn on Saturday and the 95km Engen Dynamic Cycle Challenge race in Wellington on Sunday
Cashandra Slingerland (Mecer) opens 10-min gap to win Elite Ladies 105km ladies Kumba Iron Ore Classic in Upington over holiday weekend
Wedding planning is at the top of Lynette Burger’s to do list after bagging double gold at the UCI World Cycling Tour final in Pietermaritzburg. Burger describes it as the highlight of her racing career.
Multiple South African champion, Cherise Taylor (Team USN), timed her sprint to perfection to win the Randfontein EPR Cycle Challenge west of Johannesburg at the weekend.
In this special feature, gsport editor Kass Naidoo reviews the emerging pro cycling landscape for women, since MTN’s announcement of its sponsorship of South Africa’s first-ever fully-professional women’s road cycling outfit