Mpho Moshe Matheolane wonders if a new bicycle sharing programme launched in New York could work in South Africa.
A video showing a Pretoria cyclist being assaulted by the VIP bodyguards of a foreign diplomat has caused an uproar among the cycling community.
After nine days of cycling, M&G's editor-in-chief Nic Dawes and AmaBunghane's Craig McKune have completed the gruelling race and reached the ocean.
The M&G team are a little over half way on their cycling trek from Johannesburg to KwaZulu-Natal, here's what day 5 had in store for the pair.
M&G's Craig McKune took a few minutes out of their daunting JoBerg2C cycling trek to send an update on their progress.
All the best images captured so far of the 900km mountain bike race.
We capture the highs and lows of the M&G’s cycling pair as they race across 900 kilometres of South Africa’s most challenging terrain.
Join us as we capture the highs and lows of the M&G’s cycling pair, as they race across 900km of South Africa’s most challenging terrain.
We follow M&G editor-in-chief Nic Dawes and amaBhungane reporter Craig McKune as they take part in the 910km Old Mutual JoBerg2C mountain bike race.
In 'Freedom Rider' Kevin Davie, an endurance sport enthusiast and business editor of the Mail & Guardian, writes about life on the road.
Robert Hunter says he's eager to spearhead an SA invitation team, after he was named in the six-man outfit on Friday for the inaugural Mzansi Tour.
As the 36th Cape Argus gets underway the M&G looks at the chequered history of cycling, characterised by prejudice, subterfuge and great passion.
Kevin Davie cycled from Beitbridge to Cape Point in 30 days in April 2011.
Lance Armstrong's confession has pushed South Africa's anti-doping body to retroactively test blood samples from over 50 top cyclists.
The tragic death of South Africa's mountain-biking champion Burry Stander has sparked nationwide memorial rides by hundreds of cyclists in his honour.
The driver involved in the collision that killed cyclist Burry Stander will appear in the Port Shepstone Magistrate's Court on Monday, police said.
Spanish cyclist Roberto Heras has reclaimed his crown for the 2005 Tour of Spain after the Supreme Court overturned a positive doping test.
Endurance sports for amateurs are growing in number as junkies chase their next high, writes enthusiast Richard Poplak.
Cyclists who dope themselves with EPO may not gain any performance advantage even though they are putting their health at risk, scientists said.