sani2c mountain bike race to have non-stop option in 2022

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(From left) Matthys Beukes, Philip Buys (Pyga Euro Steel) and Marco Joubert (Imbuko Giant Pro Team) during sani2c 2021.
(From left) Matthys Beukes, Philip Buys (Pyga Euro Steel) and Marco Joubert (Imbuko Giant Pro Team) during sani2c 2021.
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The popular sani2c mountain bike race will have a non-stop, 250-km option next year, bolstering the Midlands’ status as a hub for endurance sports.

It will be a teamed marathon that starts at midnight on June 3 at the base of the Sani Pass and finishes on Scottburgh beach, just like the regular, three-day race.

Participants will need to complete it within 24 hours, according to the well-known organisers, the Haw family from Underberg.

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