MTB challenge this weekend

2015-11-04 06:00

THERE’S a new mountain bike race on the South Coast. Experience competitive and challenging MTB routes along the border of KZN and Eastern Cape as well as enjoy the day at the Wild Waves Waterpark with friends and family members. For the professionals, R23 000 in prize money is up for grabs, while amateurs stand a chance of winning spot prizes including hampers, hotel vouchers, spa treatments and bicycle accessories during the lucky draw.

The 40km Classic and 20km intermediate includes mostly raw and wild terrain with typical lush vegetation and beautiful flowers. Also extensive single track, ascents and descents, breathtaking views, portages,switchbacks, river crossings and a new suspension bridge. The 10km fun ride is geared for the younger riders with wider roads along parts of the golf cart track for the acclaimed Wild Coast Sun Golf Course.

You will also gain free entrance to the Wild Coast Sun and 50% entry fee into the Wild Waves Waterpark for everyone - participants, family members, friends and supporters (normally R150). Plus the first 200 pre-entries will each receive a goodie bag with a bike “buff” headwear, water bottle and a voucher booklet to redeem at most of the various local attractions and activities incl. Beavercreek coffee farm, Magic Company’s tenpin bowling, San Lameer’s Golf Course and Country Club, Tiago’s take-aways, Clearwater Trails & Umtamvuna River Lodge.

To register online, go to

Pre-entries close today at midnight - R120 for the 40km, R80 for the 20km and R20 for the 10km. Registration on the day from 6.30am to 7.30am.

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