Latest articles on Absa Cape Epic

Absa Cape Epic: Done and dusted

Craig McKune looks back on eight days on a bike riding alongside race partner Rory van Zyl - the good, the bad and the ultimate satisfaction.

Mennen, Hynek cycle to victory at Cape Epic

German Robert Mennen and his Czech team-mate, Kristian Hynek, are the winners of the 2014 ABSA Cape Epic.

Cape Epic stage six: Perhaps we should just keep going?

The penultimate stage six of the Absa Cape Epic was an 85km loop around the Elgin valley.

Absa Cape Epic: Surviving stage five

While the most difficult stage is done, two trail days are still left for Craig McKune and Rory van Zyl.

Absa Cape Epic: Finding our groove

On day five of the Cape Absa Epic, Craig Mckune and Rory van Zyl climb almost 100 places in the general classification.

Absa Cape Epic: Dry but brutal

The transition from Robertson to Greyton saw a difficult 1 800m of climbing but at least with beautiful scenery along the way.

Absa Cape Epic: Mud, glorious mud

After a night of heavy rains, Craig McKune figures out why cyclists shave their legs.

Training for the Absa Cape Epic is no easy ride

AmaBhungane reporter Craig McKune gives some insight into how difficult it is to train for the Absa Cape Epic.

Absa Cape Epic title held by Stander and Sauser

Burry Stander and Christoph Sauser have won the final stage of the Absa Cape Epic, winning their second successive title in the mountainbike race.

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Ebrahim Patel MIA as the South African National Accreditation System battles its board

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Back in time to meals on wheels

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People’s behaviour stoking Gauteng pandemic

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