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Fedhealth MTB Challenge Sanctioned by CSA

Currently in its 3rd year, the organisers of the Fedhealth MTB Challenge announced that the 2017 event will be sanctioned by Cycling SA (CSA).

“Not only will the Fedhealth MTB Challenge boast with a new venue in 2017, but mountain bikers will now also be able to compete for Regional Colours,” says Michael Meyer, Managing Director of Stillwater Sports. “Entrants are encouraged to give their all, while family members and friends are invited to show their support. We look forward to a weekend of exciting mountain biking at the picturesque Boschendal Wine Estate.”

No individual can qualify for regional colours without a CSA license. Juniors and Elites are required to have domestic racing licenses. Any rider who wishes to be eligible for colours will be required to register before the extended date of 30 September 2017 and pay a registration fee of R100. Should you wish to register or have any queries, please email xcm@wpmtb.co.za

Event info:

Fedhealth Kids MTB Events (ages 0 – 13

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Fedhealth MTB Challenge (Marathon, half marathon and 15km fun race)

Date: Sunday, 17 September 2017

For more info or to enter, contact Stillwater Sports on 082 991 0045, email entries@stillwatersports.com or visit www.stillwatersports.com

Photo Credit: Luke Walker

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