Brown makes his move in Tzaneen

Brown makes his move in Tzaneen

Starting the stage in the King of the Mountain jersey, Team Dimension Data Continental’s Connor Brown (RSA) made his move to stay ahead of the pack on the 96-kilometre Tour de Limpopo Stage 2 and secure the stage victory in a time of  two hours 16 minutes and 46 seconds. ProTouch Continental’s Clint Hendricks (RSA) and Brown’s teammate Alexander Konychev (ITA) finished in second and third places respectively. Nineteen domestic and international cycling teams are competing for top honours over the four-day UCI Africa Tour 2.2 stage race taking place in the province from 14-18 May.

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Defending champ Basson takes opening stage

Defending champ Basson takes opening stage

Defending champion Gustav Basson (TEG Continental) rode a smart race to clinch the opening 180-kilometre stage of the Tour de Limpopo when he crossed the line in three hours 57 minutes and 10 seconds. Team Dimension Data Continental’s Alexander Konychev (ITA) and Officeguru Racing’s Marc Pritzen (RSA) finished in second and third places respectively to round out the podium. Nineteen domestic and international cycling teams are competing for top honours over the four-day UCI Africa Tour 2.2 stage race taking place in the province from 14-18 May.

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Timeless and unspoilt Mopani region

Timeless and unspoilt Mopani region

It’s no secret that South Africa is well known for its diversity and in the province of Limpopo, the variety of tourist attractions and experiences are in abundance. Competitors, their teams, and their families and supporters will experience the diversity first-hand when they visit the area for the second annual UCI Africa Tour 2.2 stage race – the Tour de Limpopo – from 14-18 May 2019.

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The great outdoors awaits in the Waterberg Tourism Region

The great outdoors awaits in the Waterberg Tourism Region

When you think of Limpopo, images of relaxation, adventure, and the bushveld come to mind. Filled with a number of tourist destinations to see, hear, smell, taste and touch the best of what South Africa has to offer, it is fitting that the province is hosting the second annual UCI Africa Tour 2.2 stage race – the Tour de Limpopo – from 14-18 May 2019.

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More roads for cycling tour to cover in Limpopo

More roads for cycling tour to cover in Limpopo

There are more roads to cover in the 2019 edition of the Tour de Limpopo, which kicks off in Bela Bela this year on Wednesday 15 May as a new destination on the race’s map. The additional route stop affirms the Limpopo Tourism Agency’s slogan of “More to Enjoy” as cycling teams and their support crew, spectators and fans alike experience more of what the province has to offer.

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100 Cycle Challenge: Exciting new race features

100 Cycle Challenge: Exciting new race features

A 50km option in addition to the standard route and a later starting time for the UCI race are two exciting new features at the 100 Cycle Challenge, which takes place from Germiston Lake on Sunday, May 5. Autumn’s biggest road cycling event draws participants from Gauteng as well as the rest of South Africa. The 100 Cycle Challenge is committed to delivering a race of the highest quality in conjunction with Ekurhuleni, the Host City.

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Bela Bela to welcome 2019 edition of Tour de Limpopo

Bela Bela to welcome 2019 edition of Tour de Limpopo

The inaugural Tour De Limpopo saw a collaboration between the Limpopo Tourism Agency and Cycling South Africa, showcasing the diversity of the Limpopo Province as a premier cycling destination. The 2018 event attracted 18 international professional cycling teams and produced some of the most amazing views of the Greater Letaba district and the Magoebaskloof.

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Continental Road Champs medals while Team SA aims high for Tokyo

Continental Road Champs medals while Team SA aims high for Tokyo

South Africans returned home from the 2019 African ROAD Continental Championships in Baher Dar, Ethiopia (14-19 March) with seven medals in hand after a tough week of racing in the north. For the National Federation, the continental championships was a very important event due to its high points’ load. All South Africa’s international-based riders as well as the federation share the common goal on the number of riders to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. It was vitally important that our top riders were in contention in order to maximise our points haul.

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