General Race Info

Entry Fees
Category Distance Entry Fee
Road – Long 109km* R370
Road – Short 60km R250
MTB – Long 50km** R195
MTB – Short 20km R130

* The 109km is a 2022 Cape Town Cycle Tour seeding event.

** The 50km MTB Challenge is challenging and technical, and should only be attempted by fit and experienced mountain bikers.

Entries close at 23h59 on 17 February 2021

Proof of CSA License or Affiliation: You will be required to produce your valid CSA license / proof of Provincial or Club affiliation at registration, or you will be required to purchase an event license at registration for R50.

Registration & Number Collection
  • Wednesday 24, February: Cycle Lab Lynwood (9am – 5pm)
  • Thursday, 25 February: Cycle Lab Fourways (9am – 5pm)
  • Friday, 26 February: Cadence World, Krugersdorp (9am – 5pm)

If the entry limit is not reached (1,000 for the road race and 500 for the MTB race), late entries will be accepted at registration. Please keep an eye on social media updates regarding the availability of late entries. Important note: A penalty of R50 will be applicable for all distances.

Seeding

Seeding is done according to RaceTec Cycle National Seeding Index for all online and pre-entries received and paid before the relevant closing dates.

Timing: Road Race

Timing results for the road event will be done by RaceTec.

Entrants must own and wear their RaceTec timing chip on Race Day. 

Lost your RaceTec chip? No problem! RaceTec timing chips will be for sale at the registration venues as well as at the start at a cost of R150.

NO CHIP: NO RESULTS, NO PRIZE MONEY, NO TROPHY.

Prize Giving: Road Race

Prize giving for the road classic will start at the finish line approx. 30 minutes after each racing category, or as soon as results have been verified by the officials.

Safety: No Helmet No Ride

Ample Lead and sweep vehicles will be available, as well as a strong contingent from Metro Police and the awesome Road Rangers team.

All participants are deemed to have acquainted themselves with the rules and regulations and are bound to them.

Cyclists must obey the instructions of the traffic officers and marshals and comply strictly with the rules of the road at all times, unless authorized to the contrary by a traffic officer or a marshal.

Failure to comply will lead to disqualification.