Solid result for Team Spur's Alan Hatherly at season opener despite early setback.
The South African Sports Association for the Intellectually Impaired (SASA-II) has announced that an active member of Kinetic Cycling Club, Lional Geldenhuys, has been selected to represent the country at the 2017 INAS World Cycling Championships in Assen, The Netherlands from Sunday 30 July to Friday 4 August.OKRead More
Once again, Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka was in the mix, fighting for the top positons in the Giro d’Italia. After great teamwork, Ryan Gibbons proved his big talent as he sprinted to sixth place on stage 7.Read More
The Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka riders continue to put their mark on this year’s Giro d’Italia. In the bunch sprint on stage 5, both Kristian Sbaragli and Ryan Gibbons (photo) made it into Top10 once again.Read More
Due to the current economic climate and limited funding and as part of our cost cutting and financial management discipline Cycling South Africa has instituted a few very important measures. One of these is the requirement for national team riders to fund their own travel and subsistence to international events – self-funded trips.Read More
The overall CyclingSA Mountain Bike Selection Policy was published in November 2016, and includes the policy and performance criteria for selection to the South African MTB Marathon Team. The policy is available on the CyclingSA website at www.cyclingsa.com, and includes a list of the selection races used to assess the performance of riders contending for a spot on the SA MTB Marathon Team, to represent South Africa at the UCI MTB Marathon World Champs at Singen in Germany on the 24thand 25th June 2017.Read More
Murray & Roberts, in partnership with the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), is once again calling for nominations for the annual Jack Cheetham and Letsema Awards.Read More
Cycling South Africa is the governing body of cycling in South Africa and is a member of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). It is affiliated to the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) as well as the Department of Sport & Recreation. Cycling South Africa regulates the five major disciplines within the sport, both amateur and professional, which include: Road Cycling, Mountain Biking, BMX Biking, Track Cycling and Para-Cycling. Cycling South Africa’s “2020 Vision” strategy, to cater for both the elite cyclist as well as the everyday two- and three-wheel lovers, contributes to the organisation being a dynamic, successful and highly respected governing body of cycling, at both National and International level. Cycling South Africa is committed to transformation and development of the sport and making it accessible to all via its development programmes.