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The Western Province Mountain Biking Commission Website has joined with Western Province Road Racing to present under one Website:    http://www.wpcycling.com

Please visit the new site for the latest information on the Western Province Mountain Bike Commission and up coming Events:

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WESTERN CAPE (PROVINCIAL) DOWNHILL MOUNTAIN BIKING COLOURS

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The proposed 2016 list for Western Cape (Provincial) Colours for Downhill is included below. Please review this list and if there are any queries, this should be raised to Shani Morton (shani.morton6@gmail.com) by no later than close of business on Friday, 7 October 2016. Any queries raised will be presented to the Commission for deliberation.

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3 September 2016

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Western Province Cross Country Marathon Series and Championships 2016

The marathon (XCM) series is off to a great start with two races done and everybody is looking forward to the WC XCM Champs in Ladismith. Please note: You need to qualify for WP Colours (last race is on 19 November 2016) and then if you are on the podium at the WC Champs, you will qualify for WC Colours (but it also depends on the number of participants that finish the WC Champs per category). You need to do 3 of the 4 WP marathon races to qualify for WP colours.

Western Province Cross Country Marathon Series 2016

The Western Province Mountain Bike Commission is pleased to announce that the Nissan Trailseeker Western Cape Series will form the basis of the official Western Province Cross Country Marathon Series. Please find the relevant information on their website: http://www.trailseekerseries.co.za/ It will also be the sole basis of qualification for the Western Province (Regional) Cross Country Marathon Colours. Details of the four part series is as follows:

  1. Nissan Trailseeker WC #1: 7 May at Boschendal in Groot Drakenstein
  2. Nissan Trailseeker WC #2: 25 June at Elgin Grabouw Country Club
  3. Nissan Trailseeker WC #3: 8 October at Sumaridge Estate Wines in Hemel and Aarde
  4. Nissan Trailseeker WC #4: 19 November at Bosman Wines in Wellington

The Colours Qualification Criteria are as follows: 1. Three best results of four to count 2. Top twenty positions per category to be given points 3. Less than five participants per category – only first place qualifies 4. Less than ten participants per category – only first and second to qualify 5. Ten and greater than ten participants per category – top three to qualify No individual can qualify for Western Province XCM Colours without a Cycling South Africa (CSA) license.

The categories are as follows: 1. Nippers, Sprogs and Sub-Juniors – 20km 2. Youth, Juniors, Master Women, Grand Master Women and Grand Master Men – 40km 3. Elite, Sub-Veteran Men and Women, Veteran Men and Women and Master Men – 70km

Please take note of the following: Parents may ride with children U/10 (Nippers) and U/12 (Sprogs) but must remain behind the child at all times and not interfere with other riders. Parents may not ride with children U/14 (Sub-Juniors) and upwards under any circumstances. Transgressions may be reported to race officials on the day or to the WP MTB Commission. Transgressions will result in the qualifying rider being disqualified from the series.

Please find the relevant information on the Nissan Trailseeker website: http://www.trailseekerseries.co.za/ “The series is targeted at the young, the novice and the family but also for the experienced rider. The routes are aimed to be fun and friendly, no technical and specialised bits that only the pro’s can ride. The series caters for those looking to get into mountain biking as a sport, the weekend riders and the family conscious. But with great TV coverage, good prize money with provincial points up for grabs, the serious riders are drawn in to compete into a festival of mountain biking.”

Western Cape Cross Country Marathon Championships 2016

The Western Cape Cross Country Marathon (XCM) Championships 2016 will be hosted by Dryland at the Ladismith Cheese 7Weekspoort Mountain Bike Challenge on 1 October 2016. The Start Venue is the Amalienstein Packing shed in Amalienstein and the Finish Venue is the Ladismith High School in Ladismith. Please find the relevant information on the website: http://www.7weekspoortmtb.co.za/.

“The Ladismith Cheese 7weekspoort MTB Challenge, in the spectacular landscape of the title town, and its neighbouring missionary villages in the Klein Karoo, is a real classic. Riders will experience the raw scenic majesty of the poort itself – a riot underscored by a botanical circus – on a ride paced to make you know you’ve had your physical moneys-worth in addition to the almost overwhelming scenic value. Convenient, accessible and comfortable… One of South Africa’s greatest one-dayers!” (Excerpt from the website)

The Western Cape XCM Championships 2016 Categories are as follows:

  1. Nippers, Sprogs and Sub-Juniors – 26km
  2. Youth, Juniors, Master Women, Grand Master Women and Grand Master Men – 40km
  3. Elite, Sub-Veteran Men and Women, Veteran Men and Women and Master Men – 82km

Please take note of the following:  

  • No rider under 19 may compete in the 82km race as per Cycling South Africa (CSA) rules.
  • Parents may ride with children U/10 (Nippers) and U/12 (Sprogs) but must remain behind the child at all times and not interfere with other riders. 
  • Parents may not ride with children U/14 (Sub-Juniors) and upwards under any circumstances.
  • Transgressions may be reported to race officials on the day.
  • Transgressions will result in the qualifying rider being disqualified from the race.

How to qualify for Provincial XCM Colours:

  • No individual can qualify for Western Cape XCM Colours without a CSA license (Elite and Junior) or CSA membership (All other categories).
  • It should be noted that Provincial Colours can only be attained once an individual has received Regional Colours. Each of the regions should organise their own regional marathon mountain biking series.
  • This means that, if an individual has received his Regional Colours and has come in the top three of his/her category at 7Weekspoort, he/she will receive Western Cape Colours.
  • No colours are awarded at the Ladismith Cheese 7Weekspoort Mountain Bike Challenge/Western Cape XCM Championships 2016 because some of the regional series’ are not complete yet. This is the reason why only medals will be awarded and not certificates on the day of the Championships.

WESTERN CAPE (PROVINCIAL) CROSS COUNTRY OLYMPIC (XCO) MOUNTAIN BIKING COLOURS

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The proposed list for Western Cape (Provincial) Colours for XCO is included below. Please review this list and if there are any queries, this should be raised to Shani Morton (shani.morton6@gmail.com) by no later than close of business on Tuesday, 30 August 2016.

Unfortunately the DHI lists are not yet finalised and this will be circulated in due course. Any queries raised will be presented to the Commission for deliberation.

WC XCO Colours 2016 – List

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THE WESTERN CAPE XCO PROVINCIAL SERIES, THE XCO SA CUP RACE, THE WESTERN CAPE XCO CHAMPS

The dust has settled, the thermometer has dropped and we have been blessed by some rain. The cross country (XCO) provincial season has come to an end with much to brag about.

The Western Province Mountain Bike Commission (WPMTBC) is a committee of 11 active members whose primary function is to host regional, provincial and national MTB races. At every race these dedicated committee members gave their everything to pull out all the stops for the riders. They are volunteers (mainly parents of XCO riders) that have to manage the stresses and time constraints of full time jobs and then organise these races in their spare time.

With only one major sponsor, this team had to roll up their sleeves and do most of the work themselves. From sanctioning the events with CSA, making sure insurance and commissaires are in place, doing the budgets, meeting with track venue owners, building the tracks, setting up the tracks, organising the entries, registration, communication, website, social media, vendors, music, commentators, photographers and toilets, doing the marketing, printing the programmes and track details, setting up the race villages, organising and managing the two-way radios and marshals, organising and managing the medics, organising medals, number boards and timing, paying the service providers, setting up dustbins and clearing it, taking everything down when the races are finished and lastly, cleaning the track area and race village area when everybody else has left for the day.

A very big thank you goes to these wonderful individuals who serve on the WPMTBC and also to all the parents, friends and family that gave their time and energy to assist the committee with registration, marshalling, photography, track building and set-up, being the sweeper and cleaning after the event. As you may gather, we need any helping hand to assist and we appeal to all that race or have a family member that races, to step forward and give their support to our passion to take MTB’ing to the next level in the Western Cape.

The Western Cape XCO Series and Champs took us to fantastic venues that are also favourites for weddings and functions. The first WC XCO race in the series took us to Rhebokskloof in Windmeul, Paarl on the 6th of February 2016 where we had 225 entries. It was perfect Cape summer’s weather with the sun as the backdrop and a very challenging track on the ground. The Elite Ladies field saw Ariane Kleinhans from Switzerland, Cherie Vale from Kwa-Zulu Natal and Hanlie Cilliers from Western Cape take the honours and in the Elite Men’s field it was Marcel Guerrini from Switzerland, Martin Freyer from Namibia and Lourens Luus from Western Cape taking the three top spots.

The second WC XCO race took us to Helderberg Farm in Somerset West on the 20th of February 2016 where we had a bumper 225 entries again. This race really exceeded everybody’s expectations with Jolanda Neff, Ester Süss and Alessandra Keller, all from Switzerland, taking the honours in the Elite Ladies race. Tristan De Lange from Namibia, Dominic Calitz from Western Cape and Craig Boyes from Western Cape took the Elite Men’s honours. It was a real treat to see Jolanda, Esther and Alessandra race on Cape Town soil just before they start with the racing in Europe.

The third WC XCO race on the 27th of February 2016 was hosted at Helderberg Farm again and it was also the second SA Cup race of the season. This meant that we had to adhere to UCI regulations and that the track had to be ready for practice on the Friday already. Our Western Cape riders were exposed to racing with the best riders in South Africa. We had 290 entries and we saw the Elite Ladies Ester Süss from Switzerland, Cherie Vale from Kwa-Zulu Natal and Genevieve van Collar from Kwa-Zulu Natal on the podium. The Elite Men that were on the podium were Samuel Gaze from New Zealand, Alan Hatherly from Kwa-Zulu Natal and Philip Buys from Gauteng. The race village was a total buzz with so many people from across South Africa gathered to enjoy the fantastic but truly traditional cross country track at Helderberg. The gap jump near the race village kept one and all entertained.

The action on the track was broadcast via live streaming and the spectators at the race village could watch the action on the big screen of the Intello Services event truck sponsored by Subaru Cape Town. The advertisements of the sponsors and other companies were aired on the big screen too.

The last WC XCO race in the series was held at Picardie Guest Farm in Paarl on the 12th of March 2016 and we had 162 entries. The track was challenging and the heat unforgiving, reaching temperatures of >40 degrees on parts of the track. The spectators took refuge at Jan Kan for some shade, delicious food and cold drinks. The Elite Ladies field saw Mariske Strauss, Hanlie Cilliers and Catherine Pellow-Jarman take the honours and in the Elite Men’s field it was Stephan Senekal, Dominic Calitz and Dylan Rebello; all from the Western Cape.

Click on the link to see the WC XCO Series Log results: WC XCO MTB 2016 Series Log

The XCO season was completed with the Western Cape Champs held at Bloemendal Wine Estate in Durbanville on the 28th of May 2016 and there were 198 entries. The Tygerberg Mountain Bike Club and Bloemendal delivered a fantastic track to ensure that the event was a real show-stopper with all the bells and whistles…oh and jumps, pump track and burms! Our podium winners were treated with prize-money and the Western Cape Champ in each category received a specially designed Winner’s Jersey! Our major sponsor, Subaru Cape Town is featured on the back of the jersey with the other season sponsors: Giant and Durbanville Commercial Printer (DCP) are displayed on the back pockets. We were honoured by the presence of Cycling South Africa’s president, William Newman, that came to support the event and then handed out the medals, jerseys and prize money with Shani Morton, the WPMTBC chairperson, at the prize giving. The Elite Ladies field saw Ila Stow, Hanlie Cilliers and Amy Burton take the honours and in the Elite Men’s field it was Stephan Senekal, Dominic Calitz and Charl-Pierre Esterhuyse on the podium.

Click on the link to see the WC XCO 2016 Champs results: Western Cape XCO Champs 2016 Results.pdf

Once again, we had the big event truck from Intello Services sponsored by Subaru Cape Town to provide the music and display advertisements of sponsors and other companies, as well as videos of the WC Series, development teams and entertaining mountain bike rides and races. We also had entertainment for the little people with a jumping castle and a pump track set up by Ybike at the race village.

We would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to all our 2016 sponsors. Thank you to Subaru Cape Town with Tienie Bester at the helm that has been actively involved with the series and the champs. Your support to the sport of mountain biking is appreciated. We have partnered to host fantastic cross country events this year and for this we say thanks to: Cycling South Africa, Western Cape Cycling, WPMTBC, Subaru Cape Town, Durbanville Commercial Printer, Giant, Tygerberg MTB Club, Olympic Cycles, Enervit SA, Biosport, Trek, Bontrager, Cyclefunatic, Ybike, Bikehub, Rhebokskloof, Helderberg, Picardie and Bloemendal.

Lastly, it is with immense pride and thanks that we say well done to all the riders in the series and the champs. You train and prepare for the races with diligence and determination, often with time and monetary contraints. The parents, partners, spouses and family of these talented riders are to be commended for all their hard work, support and love.

Well done and keep up the great riding!

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Western Cape Cross Country Marathon Championships 2016

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The Western Cape Cross Country Marathon (XCM) Championships 2016 will be hosted by Dryland at the Ladismith Cheese 7Weekspoort Mountain Bike Challenge on 1 October 2016. The Start Venue is the Amalienstein Packing shed in Amalienstein and the Finish Venue is the Ladismith High School in Ladismith. Please find the relevant information on the website: http://www.7weekspoortmtb.co.za/.

“The Ladismith Cheese 7weekspoort MTB Challenge, in the spectacular landscape of the title town, and its neighbouring missionary villages in the Klein Karoo, is a real classic. Riders will experience the raw scenic majesty of the poort itself – a riot underscored by a botanical circus – on a ride paced to make you know you’ve had your physical moneys-worth in addition to the almost overwhelming scenic value. Convenient, accessible and comfortable… One of South Africa’s greatest one-dayers!” (Excerpt from the website)

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The Western Cape XCM Championships 2016 Categories are as follows:

  1. Nippers, Sprogs and Sub-Juniors – 26km
  2. Youth, Juniors, Master Women, Grand Master Women and Grand Master Men – 40km
  3. Elite, Sub-Veteran Men and Women, Veteran Men and Women and Master Men – 82km

Please take note of the following:

  •  No rider under 19 may compete in the 82km race as per Cycling South Africa (CSA) rules.
  • Parents may ride with children U/10 (Nippers) and U/12 (Sprogs) but must remain behind the child at all times and not interfere with other riders.
  • Parents may not ride with children U/14 (Sub-Juniors) and upwards under any circumstances.
  • Transgressions may be reported to race officials on the day.
  • Transgressions will result in the qualifying rider being disqualified from the race.

How to qualify for Provincial XCM Colours:

  • No individual can qualify for Western Cape XCM Colours without a CSA license (Elite and Junior) or CSA membership (All other categories).
  • It should be noted that Provincial Colours can only be attained once an individual has received Regional Colours. Each of the regions should organise their own regional marathon mountain biking series.
  • This means that, if an individual has received his Regional Colours and has come in the top three of his/her category at 7Weekspoort, he/she will receive Western Cape Colours.
  • No colours are awarded at the Ladismith Cheese 7Weekspoort Mountain Bike Challenge/Western Cape XCM Championships 2016 because some of the regional series’ are not complete yet. This is the reason why only medals will be awarded and not certificates on the day of the Championships.

WESTERN CAPE COLOURS XCO

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Western Cape Colours for XCO are to be awarded at a prize-giving subsequent to the SA National XCO Championships. Western Cape Colours for XCO are to be awarded according to the following criteria:

  1. The best qualifying three (3) events of the Western Cape XCO Cup Series will count towards the determination of colours recipients in each category.
  2. If riders have the same points on the final series log, then the result of the last race of the series will determine which rider will receive colours.
  3. Individuals finishing in the first (1st) place on the series log in each official category of the Western Cape XCO Cup Series where the category has fewer than five (5) participants.
  4. Individuals finishing in the first (1st) and second (2nd) place on the series log in each official category of the Western Cape XCO Cup Series where the category has five (5) to nine (9) participants.
  5. Individuals finishing in first (1st), second (2nd) or third (3rd) place on the series log in each official category of the Western Cape XCO Cup Series where the category has a minimum of ten (10) participants.
  6. Individuals finishing in first (1st) place at the Western Cape Championships will qualify for Western Cape Colours in the event that the race has fewer than five participants. Participation in at least one Western Cape Cup Series race is a pre-requisite.
  7. Individuals finishing in first (1st) and second (2nd) place at the Western Cape Championships will qualify for Western Cape Colours in the event that the race has five (5) to nine (9) participants. Participation in at least one Western Cape Cup Series race is a pre-requisite.
  8. Individuals finishing in first (1st), second (2nd) or third (3rd) place at the Western Cape Championships will qualify for Western Cape Colours in the event that the race has a minimum of ten (10) participants. Participation in at least one Western Cape Cup Series race is a pre-requisite.
  9. Individuals finishing in first (1st), second (2nd) or third (3rd) place in the SA XCO Cup Series.
  10. Individuals finishing in first (1st), second (2nd) or third (3rd) place at the SA National XCO Championships or African Continental Championships will qualify for Western Cape Colours in the event that the race has fewer than fifteen (15) participants.
  11. Individuals finishing in first (1st), second (2nd), third (3rd), fourth (4th) and fifth (5th) place at the SA National XCO Championships or African Continental Championships will qualify for Western Cape Colours only in the event that the race has a minimum of fifteen (15) participants.
  12. Should an objection be raised as to the inclusion of a rider not included during an evaluation of the parameters above, the final decision by exception rests with the EXCO.

SUBARU CAPE TOWN PRESENTS THE WESTERN CAPE XCO CHAMPS ON 28th May 2016

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We will meet at Bloemendal Wine Estate on the 28 th of May 2016 to see who will be the Western Cape XCO Champs. Our Western Cape (WC) riders have showed guts, tenacity and determination during the four race WC series. The series took us from Rhebokskloof in Windmeul to Helderberg in Somerset West and finally to Picardie Guest Farm in Paarl. The series was tough and unrelenting and the riders had to deal with challenging tracks and weather.

The track at Bloemendal is evolving into a worthy challenge and riders will once more have to dig deep. The winners in each category will not only be crowned the WC Champ but also receive a WC Winners Jersey. All podium winners will also receive prize money and must be present at prize giving at 16h00.

WC Champs 2016 Prize Money

WC Champs 28May16 – Short Course – Nippers and Sprogs

WC Champs 28May16 – Long Course – All other categories

The programme gives details of all relevant information but please note that race times, lap distance and number of laps may change.

Programme – WC CHAMPS MTB XCO-28 May 2016-Bloemendal

ENTRIES

Entries are open and pre-entries will close on 24 May 2016.

Early Entry Fees are as follows:

 Nippers and Sprogs:    R 200 + R 35 day license (for those without Cycling SA Memberships)

 All Other Categories:   R 300 + R35 day license (for those without Cycling SA Memberships)

REGISTRATION

Biosport at Bloemendal Wine Estate

Friday, 27 May: 13h00 to 17h30 (R50 Late Entry Fee)

Saturday, 28 May: 07h15 to 08h30 (No Late Entries; only registration)

Cycling SA Licence/Membership must be presented during registration.

Temporary licences are available at R 35.

Riders without Cycling SA Membership or Licences will not qualify for Western Cape Colours.

NO LATE ENTRIES ON SATURDAY, 28 MAY 2016.

NO REGISTRATION AFTER 8h30 ON SATURDAY, 28 MAY 2016.

OFFICIAL PRACTICE

Friday, 27 May:          13h00 to 17h30

Saturday, 28 May:      07h30 to 08h30

All riders must register and display their bike boards at practice.

It is important and expected that entrants familiarize themselves with the course before racing.   The first race will start at 09h00.

Riders found on the track after 08h30 on Saturday morning will be disqualified.

VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Please consider volunteering some of your time to help with registration or marshalling.

Registration: Contact Adelle at info@wpmtb.co.za

Marshalling: Contact Allan at allan@dcprinters.co.za

We would like thank all our sponsors, partners and service providers for partnering with the Western Province Mountain Bike Commission to host the WC Champs.

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ENTRIES ARE OPEN FOR THE SUBARU CAPE TOWN WESTERN CAPE MTB XCO CHAMPIONSHIPS 2016

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Entries are now open for the 2016 Western Cape MTB XCO Championships to be held at Bloemendal Wine Estate, Durbanville, on the 28th May 2016.

PLEASE NOTE:

EARLY ENTRY FEES:                   

          Nippers and Sprogs:    R200 + R 35 day license (for those without
                                              Cycling SA Memberships)
          All Other Categories:   R 300 + R35 day license (for those without
                                              Cycling SA Memberships)
 

  • Entrants who did not enter any of the 2016 WC MTB XCO SERIES Races need to return their entry forms, preferably still in an Excel format and proof of payment to info@wpmtb.co.za .   Download the entry form here.
  • Riders who entered any of the WC MTB XCO SERIES 2016 Races do not need to complete the entry form again.   To enter the WC MTB XCO Championships, complete your payment using your WC Registration Number as your payment reference and email your Proof of Payment to info@wpmtb.co.za.   Emailing the proof of payment is critical to us picking up your entry – without this, you may find that you are not entered.   Please do not use your last race number as reference – only your WC Registration Number.  
  • We will email acknowledgement of your entry on Thursday 26 May.

Early Entries close on Tuesday 24 May 2016

REGISTRATION

Biosport at Bloemendal Wine Estate

Friday, 27 May:                13h00 to 17h30 (R50 Late Entry Fee)
Saturday, 28 May:            07h30 to 08h30 (No Late Entries; only registration)

NO LATE REGISTRATION ON RACE DAY

OFFICIAL PRACTICE

Friday, 27 May:                 13h00 to 17h30
Saturday, 28 May:             07h30 to 08h30

All riders must register and display their bike boards at practice. 

It is important and expected that entrants familiarize themselves with the course before racing.   There will be a WPMTB Commission hosted official practice during the hour before the first race on 28 May 2016. The first race will start at 9h00.

Riders found on the track after 08h30 on Saturday morning will be disqualified.

Prize money will be awarded to the podium places and a winners cycling jersey will be awarded to the winner in each category. Vets and Sub-Vets results will be combined to determine the prize money winners and also Master and Grand Master results.

 

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Western Province Cross Country Marathon (XCM) Series 2016

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The Western Province Mountain Bike Commission is pleased to announce that the Nissan Trailseeker Western Cape Series will form the basis of the official Western Province Cross Country Marathon Series. Please find the relevant information on their website: http://www.trailseekerseries.co.za/

It will also be the sole basis of qualification for the Western Province (Regional) Cross Country Marathon Colours.

Details of the four part series is as follows:

  1. Nissan Trailseeker WC #1: 7 May at Boschendal in Groot Drakenstein
  2. Nissan Trailseeker WC #2: 25 June at Elgin Grabouw Country Club
  3. Nissan Trailseeker WC #3: 8 October at Sumaridge Estate Wines in Hemel and Aarde
  4. Nissan Trailseeker WC #4: 19 November at Bosman Wines in Wellington

The Colours Qualification Criteria are as follows:

  1. Three best results of four to count
  2. Top twenty positions per category to be given points
  3. Less than five participants per category – only first place qualifies
  4. Less than ten participants per category – only first and second to qualify
  5. Ten and greater than ten participants per category – top three to qualify

No individual can qualify for Western Province XCM Colours without a Cycling South Africa (CSA) license.

The categories are as follows:

  1. Nippers, Sprogs and Sub-Juniors – 20km
  2. Youth, Juniors, Master Women, Grand Master Women and Grand Master Men – 40km
  3. Elite, Sub-Veteran Men and Women, Veteran Men and Women and Master Men – 70km

Please take note of the following:

Parents may ride with children U/10 (Nippers) and U/12 (Sprogs) but must remain behind the child at all times and not interfere with other riders. Parents may not ride with children U/14 (Sub-Juniors) and upwards under any circumstances. Transgressions may be reported to race officials on the day or to the WP MTB Commission. Transgressions will result in the qualifying rider being disqualified from the series.

Please find the relevant information on the Nissan Trailseeker website: http://www.trailseekerseries.co.za/

“The series is targeted at the young, the novice and the family but also for the experienced rider. The routes are aimed to be fun and friendly, no technical and specialised bits that only the pro's can ride. The series caters for those looking to get into mountain biking as a sport, the weekend riders and the family conscious.

But with great TV coverage, good prize money with provincial points up for grabs, the serious riders are drawn in to compete into a festival of mountain biking.”

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