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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.

Apartheid was the spoke in South African cycling

As the 36th Cape Argus gets underway the M&G looks at the chequered history of cycling, characterised by prejudice, subterfuge and great passion.

Argus tour ‘boosted W Cape economy by R450m’

The Cape Argus Cycle Tour held this past weekend was estimated to have contributed R450-million to the Western Cape's economy.

South Africans shine in Cape Argus cycle tour

Reinhardt Janse van Rensburg and Ashleigh Moolman notched up victories in the men's and women's categories of the 2012 <i>Cape Argus</i> cycle tour.

Lange: Armstrong ‘added stature’ to Cape Argus

Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong finished in the lead group in the Cape Argus cycle tour around the Cape Peninsula on Sunday.

Armstrong set to ride the Cape Argus

Seven-times Tour de France winner and all-time cycling great, Lance Armstrong, will participate in this year's Cape Argus Pick 'n Pay Cycle Tour.

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