Almost 2,500 cyclists and 218 teams participated in the 18th Coronation Double Century which started and finished in the scenic town of Swellendam. The riders were met with near perfect weather conditions and this showed as the records tumbled.
Daikin-GU reclaimed their crown of three years ago as winners of the 2010 Coronation Double Century presented by Fundamental in a new record finishing time of 05.11.21.
Check out the 2nd video in the series on the history of XTR. Delving deeper into the story of XTR, long time Shimano Skunk rider Paul Thomasberg goes inside the walls of Shimano to introduce the development team as they take you through the intricate process to refine and perfect the new XTR. Music: Sebastian [...]
Team bizhub have retained the services of former Norwegian champion Linn Torp for the 2011 season after an impressive run in the end-of-season national classics, according to a statement released by Konica Minolta today.
Bicycle designers had a chance to show the world their ideas earlier this year by taking part in the Seoul Cycle Design Competition 2010. The online contest was organized by e-zine Designboom and the Seoul Design Foundation, and received entries from 3,078 designers in 88 countries. In the end, it was the funky looking Bike 2.0 designed by Nils Sveje that won the grand prize. The lack of external features giving away the fact that this is no ordinary bike.
The 2011 Tour of South Africa (ToSA) race routes have been unveiled today at the official launch of the UCI approved 2.2 category, 8 day, 7 stage road race which will take place in February next year. The Tour of South Africa will start in Gauteng and end in the winelands of Stellenbosch.
After a 18 year run, the Giro Del Capo, one of South Africa’s oldest cycling races will not take place in 2011 due to the lack of sponsorship.
During these 18 years the prestigious Giro del Capo has provided most local cyclists with their only opportunity to compete against top international cyclists.
Organiser Dave Bellairs described the news as a black day for South African cycling.
Stand a chance of winning 2 tickets to the soldout Cape Town screening of the Follow Me theatre tour. Simply answer: After Follow Me, what is the next MTB film coming to theatres in 2011 thanks to Sinamatella Productions?