MTB series to start

2018-05-29 06:01
Entries are open for the new Spur MTB League season.PHOTO:

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The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, as well as Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s mountain bike league event.

The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually.

This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport.

And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league.

Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.

The Spur Schools MTB League has managed to build a strong cross-country racing format, with events taking place in each province between May and September­.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za for more information­.

The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s event. The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually. This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport. And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league. Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za.

The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, as well as Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s mountain bike league event.

The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually.

This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport.

And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league.

Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.

The Spur Schools MTB League has managed to build a strong cross-country racing format, with events taking place in each province between May and September­.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za for more information­.

The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, as well as Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s mountain bike league event.

The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually.

This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport.

And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league.

Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.

The Spur Schools MTB League has managed to build a strong cross-country racing format, with events taking place in each province between May and September­.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za for more information­.

The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, as well as Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s mountain bike league event.

The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually.

This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport.

And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league.

Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.

The Spur Schools MTB League has managed to build a strong cross-country racing format, with events taking place in each province between May and September­.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za for more information­.

The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, as well as Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s mountain bike league event.

The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually.

This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport.

And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league.

Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.

The Spur Schools MTB League has managed to build a strong cross-country racing format, with events taking place in each province between May and September­.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za for more information­.

The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, as well as Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s mountain bike league event.

The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually.

This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport.

And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league.

Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.

The Spur Schools MTB League has managed to build a strong cross-country racing format, with events taking place in each province between May and September­.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za for more information­.

The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, as well as Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s mountain bike league event.

The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually.

This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport.

And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league.

Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.

The Spur Schools MTB League has managed to build a strong cross-country racing format, with events taking place in each province between May and September­.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za for more information­.

The first of four Western Cape Spur Schools Mountain Bike (MTB) League events kicks off in Somerset West on Saturday 9 June at 08:00.

Young MTB enthusiasts are encouraged to saddle up and come out in full force to represent their schools this season. Currently SACS, Wynberg Boys, Sun Valley Primary School, Camps Bay Primary School, Kirstenhof Primary School, Bergsig Primary School, as well as Western Province Prep have all entered to take part in this year’s mountain bike league event.

The MTB League was launched by Spur Steak Ranches and Amarider in 2009 and aims to provide a level of regional and national structure for the sport at school level, thus encouraging schools to adopt MTB as an official in-school sport.

As the second biggest region in the league, the Western Cape is expected to see yet another healthy spike in participation numbers this year.

The Spur Schools MTB League is the country’s largest high school cycling programme and the main nursery for talent in the sport.

The league has developed exponentially and to date attracts close to 13 000 entries from 500 schools annually.

This statistic is expected to see another dramatic increase this year as more schools look to be included in what is one of the largest school MTB programmes in the world.

In order to grow a stable base in South Africa for a fast-growing, international competitive sport, the league seeks to introduce more learners to MTB and encourages South African schools to adopt mountain biking as an official school sport.

And while mainly focused at high school level, the league does allow for primary school participation in selected regions to help grow a feeder system for the league.

Through Amarider’s facilitation, a sustainable sporting model has been established and continues to work at paving the way forward for school versus school competition.

The Spur Schools MTB League has managed to build a strong cross-country racing format, with events taking place in each province between May and September­.V Visit www.spurmtbleague.co.za for more information­.

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