NinetyOne-songo-Specialized team members in control of Cape Epic

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Men’s leaders, Matt Beers and Jordan Sarrou of NinetyOne-songo-Specialized during stage 2 of the 2021 Absa Cape Epic Mountain Bike stage race.
Men’s leaders, Matt Beers and Jordan Sarrou of NinetyOne-songo-Specialized during stage 2 of the 2021 Absa Cape Epic Mountain Bike stage race.
Nick Muzik/Absa Cape Epic

The Absa Cape Epic enters Stage 3 on Wednesday with riders from the NinetyOne-songo-Specialized team leading the men’s and women’s overall standings.

South African rider Matt Beers and French partner Jordan Sarrou claimed Stage 2 of the race in the Western Cape on Tuesday, after doing the same in Stage 1 the previous day.

The pair from NinetyOne-songo-Specialized comfortably won the 98 km stage that took riders from Ceres to Saronsberg, Tulbagh, in a time of 3:56:02.

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