Defending champion Stuart Marais overcame a “silly” potentially race-ending crash to claim his third KZN Lap Challenge Mountain Bike Championship title at the Mazarat Park course in Waterfall on Sunday. In the women’s race, matric student Tiffany Keep put her books away on Saturday night and was in a league of her own the next morning as she cruised to victory to claim the junior title with Christie Leigh Hearder finishing second to take the…"Hat-trick for Stuart Marais"
SEAN Merredew and Tiffany Keep proved too strong for their rivals in the road race at the KZN Road Cycling Championships near Camperdown on Sunday, but the two claimed their respective titles in contrasting styles. The experienced Merredew, who next year becomes eligible to race in the over-40 veterans category, showed his younger rivals how to manage the final kilometres of the 101km race when he set himself up to sprint to victory from a…"Tiffany Keeps her KZN title"
CAMPERDOWN – Durban-based S’annara Grove doubled up when she claimed the time trial title on the first day of the KZN Road Cycling Championships on Saturday at Camperdown. Although less than a month into 2018, Saturday’s time trial title is already Grove’s second provincial title of the year after she took the win at the KZN Triathlon Championship two weeks ago at Midmar. The men’s time trial title was won by Deno van Heerden who…"KZN title number two for Grove"
DURBAN – THERE is no chance of a post-festive season rest for KZN’s top road cyclists with the 2018 road season kicking off with a record entry at the provincial championships near Camperdown on Saturday and Sunday (January 27th and 28th). The “Race of Truth” Time Trial Championship events will take place on Saturday at the Lion Park, while riders will test their group-riding tactics in Sunday’s Road Racing Championships on the Van’s Circuit. The…"KZN Champs kick off cycling season"