Stander cycling series off to a good start

2016-04-14 06:00
PHOTOS: candyce krishna Riders ready for the advanced course in the age group 12-13.

PHOTOS: candyce krishna Riders ready for the advanced course in the age group 12-13.

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PUPILS who have a passion for cycling­ are invited to take part in the Burry Stander South Coast Mountain Bike School Series.

There are eight legs in the series - the third one was held at the Burry Stander Park on Friday.

The fourth leg takes place on 20 May when Mandie Stander says she hopes to see more children take part.

“We started this series to continue Burry’s legacy and so these young cyclists have something to look forward to. I believe that’s how champions are made. We also want children to experience the same track Burry experienced as a young child.”

Families can also come along on weekends with bicycles and helmets. Those who don’t want to cycle can walk the track. For more details, contact Mandie on 079 493 7499.

• Eight and nine-year-old category riders

1st Mason Hielckert

2nd Nkululeko Memela

3rd Boyce Wilkinson

1st Anele Nqobese (9)

• 12-13 Advance course

1st Nicholas de Bruin

2nd Seluleka Mncwaba

3rd Brent Richter

1st Amber Lindecke (13)

2nd Dominique Koekemoer (13)

• 4-15 Advance course

1st Cale Lindecke

2nd Jonathan Crossman

3rd Rafe Wilkinson

1st Stephanie Koekemoer (15)

• Open group (16 and older)

1st Tiaan Odendaal

2nd Nduduzo Ndlovu

3rd Lindokuhle Mbhele

4th Mnqobi Memela.

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