Alan Hatherly goes from Spur Schools League success story to racing the Absa Cape Epic alongside Sam Gaze for The Specialized Foundation and Spur Schools’ League. The pair are two of the most exciting young prospects and were both part of a three-way battle for the 2018 Commonwealth Games title with New Zealand’s Gaze ending up with the gold medal and Hatherly finishing third behind Anton Cooper. Having spent four years in the Spur Schools…"Hatherly, Gaze team up for Epic"
Nolan Hoffman, Brendon Davids and Ashleigh Moolman Pasio will headline the cycling squad which forms part of the South African Commonwealth Games team for the Gold Coast Games in Australia from April 4-15. There are 18 cyclists in the squad which will take part in road, track and mountain biking events, with men and women chosen in all three disciplines. Three men and two women will also be on their bikes for the triathlon events. There…"Commonwealth Games teams"
TEAM Bestmed started their new year on a high note when they welcomed the experienced Yzette Oelofse and youngster Danielle Strydom to their fold. Oelofse, who won the inaugural Tshwane Classic in November, said this week she was excited about joining the all-women’s team. “I believe a change is as good as a holiday. And whichever team I race for, I always try to use the opportunity to the max and to have an impact…"Bestmed bolster team"
THE Demacon women’s cycling team received a boost to start their year when they announced they would be racing on Head bicycles in the 2018 season after the team struck a deal with the brand which entered the local market last year. Earlier this week, captain Lynette Burger said Head would supply bicycles for all their road racing commitments. “We have had an excellent relationship with Demacon over the past few years and are equally excited…"New bikes for Demacon"