Newsletter – 08/02/2019



Saturday 09 February Fesantekraal 06h30

From the BP via Frans Conradie to Bottelary left onto the R304 left at the fourway fruitsellers intersection regroup at the top of the hill before returning to the BP via Wellington and Tiekie +-80km

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Sunday 10 February Polkadraai 06h30

From the BP via Frans Conradie to Bottelary right into Saxdowns left into Langverwacht and follow the road to the top of Polka after regrouping we descend into Stellenbosch and return to the BP via Bottelary +-80km 

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Tuesday 12 February CCC loops 05h00

From the BP, CCC loops +-45km/90 minutes long

See route for details 


Thursday 14 February Big Bay Intervals 05h00

From the BP via Bosmansdam, follow the cycle lane via Dolphin Beach to Big Bay where we do a few laps on the circuit +-45km/90 minutes

See route for details 



Well done to all who braved the new route of the Paarl Cycle Tour, its a tough route but good training for the Cape Town Cycle Tour. Good luck to all taking part in the 99er. Our next club race is next week Sunday 17 February, and its two laps of the Slent road circuit +-60km.

Club Membership fees are due for 2019 please visit our website and fill out our online application form for 2019 season

Road Coordinator: Nathan Reid – 083 299 4503

Mountain Bike: Please contact Deon Muller – 082 371 9284 Whatsapp Only for more info on MTB rides. 


All rides starts at the BP service station in Letchworth Drive Edgemead at 06h30 am.

Visitors are always welcome. Please introduce yourself to the ride coordinator at the start and please make sure that you are carrying ICE information or pass that information on to the ride coordinator before the start. Please note that as a club we obey traffic rules and regulations and expect our visitors to do the same. First time visitors are required to sign an indemnity form. 


Obey traffic signals – red lights

Ride inside the yellow line

Single file on narrow roads

Point out objects in the road

Bunch Etiquette

Blow your nose at the back of the bunch

Don’t attack – training rides are just that – training rides

Don’t half bike

Be punctual

Saturdays – rides are slower and easier so beginners are welcome. We try and cater for a long and short group depending on the turn-outs. 

Sundays – rides are usually more challenging i.e. 30+ km/hr pace. We however try and cater for multiple groups with separate capabilities, depending on the turn-outs on the day. 

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