In 2021, the Absa Cape Epic was dominated by Sina Frei and Laura Stigger. The pair raced to eight wins in a row and the overall title; but their victory was no walk in the park, due to the pairing of Candice Lill and Mariske Strauss who claimed second overall and first in the Absa African Women’s...
An extraordinary frame of public exalted the stars of world cyclocross in Vermiglio (Trentino) in the first ever World Cup stage held on a completely snow-covered circuit. The Belgian dominated among men, Van Empel rules the Women’s field ahead of Vos.
Sina Frei of Switzerland and Laura Stigger of Austria (NinetyOne-songo-Specialized) have wrapped up the 2021 Absa Cape Epic in utmost style as they lead the race from start to finish, winning the overall title at Val de Vie today.
Martin Frey and Simon Stiebjahn won Stage 6 of the Absa Cape Epic in Wellington today. It was the first stage win for the BULLS 2 pair at the 2021 event. The stage win for Stiebjahn was his first in eight Absa Cape Epic appearances.
Hans Becking (Holland) and José Dias (Portugal) of Buff Scott MTB claimed another stage victory at the 2021 Absa Cape Epic, following up their Stage 4 triumph with an equally impressive display to claim the 84km Stage 5 in Wellington.
The Dutch-Portuguese pairing of Hans Becking and José Dias, riding in the colours of Buff Scott MTB, rode a flawless race to win Stage 4 of the Absa Cape Epic. The stage was a 73km rapid-fire race from Saronsberg, Tulbagh to Goudini Spa in the Slanghoek Valley.
After a pandemic-enforced hiatus, the Absa Cape Epic, widely regarded as the world’s premier mountain bike stage race, returned to action in fine style in Cape Town today with the 20km Prologue ahead of seven days of marathon mountain biking.
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