LATEST CYCLINGSA NEWS

COVID-19 UPDATE – MASS PARTICIPATION EVENTS

CyclingSA is excited to announce that together with the team at the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture, we have established a blueprint for cycling mass participation single day and stage events to resume under COVID-19 restrictions.

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UCI LEVEL 1 ONLINE COACHING COURSE

The UCI level 1 coaching course is the entry qualification for coaches and focuses on the foundations of coaching. The knowledge that is gained on this course is fundamental to ensuring coaching is appropriate for the riders and for each cycling discipline. Coaches will learn the fundamentals of technique that is consistent in all cycling activities and how to deliver effective coached sessions.

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2021 SA NATIONAL ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIPS – DATE CHANGE

The CyclingSA MTB commission, together with Iron Throne Bike Park, has taken the decision to postpone the 2021 National Enduro Championships scheduled to take place from 2 – 3 October 2021 in Hartbeespoort, North West province due to unforeseen technical challenges.

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2021 UCI ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT

CyclingSA and the Road Commission are excited to announce the riders selected for Team South Africa for the 2021 UCI World Road Championships in Flanders, Belgium, from 19 to 26 September.

We believe that this is a strong team across the categories with a combination of experienced World Tour campaigners and younger upcoming talent. 

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2021 UCI JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT

The CyclingSA Executive Board and Track commission wish to congratulate the following riders who have qualified and have been selected to represent South Africa at the 2021 UCI Junior Track World Championships from 1 – 5 September 2021.

The riders who have qualified are:
Women Endurance – Chante Olivier
Men Sprint- James Swart and Rudolph Labuschagne
Men Endurance – Chanton Perrins and Joshua Dike

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VOTE NOW TO SUPPORT SA CYCLING AT THE MOMENTUM GSPORT AWARDS

CyclingSA is honoured and privileged to be nominated for the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards, together with Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, Ainsli de Beer and Miyanda Maseti.

The gsport initiative, started by Kass Naido in 2005, highlights the performance of women and girls in the sporting industry, and the annual Momentum gsport Awards ensures that women’s contribution to sport, as participants and as facilitators, is recognised and celebrated.

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TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES – TRACK

The final cycling discipline of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games is in full swing, and many would argue the most binge-worthy!
Our 2021 African Continental Champions, are ready to flex their quads and give it their all in their Olympic Games debut. Go Team SA!

🇿🇦 Charlene Du Preez – Women’s Kierin & Sprint
🇿🇦 Jean Spies – Men’s Kierin & Sprint
🇿🇦 David Maree – Men’s Omnium

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TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES – BMX RACING

All eyes will be on current Elite National BMX Champion, Alex Limberg, as he realises his dreams of competing at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

“Practice has been tough but mostly due to the fact that the track is so technical, but otherwise I am healthy and strong, and excited to represent my country at the Olympic Games.” Alex Limberg

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TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES – INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

The Individual Time Trial – the ultimate test against the clock. There’s no doubt a fire in Ashleigh’s belly after her disappointment in the Women’s Road race as she hunts for her first Olympic medal. Stephan looks to build on this very respectable 52nd position in the Men’s Road Race as he heads out on course in his second Olympic event in Tokyo.

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TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES – WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (XCO)

Having proved herself to be a tenacious rider both on and off road, we look forward to cheering on Candice Lill as she punches out the watts on the challenging IZU XCO course. Rainfall is expected overnight and during the course of race day which could dramatically change line choice and test the skills of the best XCO Women in the world in their hunt for gold.

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TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES – MTB CROSS COUNTRY (XCO)

The new 4.1km man-made Izu XCO course has 180m ascent per lap, and is said to be harder than previous Olympic XCO courses. The course boasts many features, including big rock gardens, drops, and plenty of rocks. Sections to look out for are Amagigoe, Joren-no-taki, Chopsticks, Sakura Drop, Wasabi, Odoriko Trail, Izu Peninsula and Karesansui.

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