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BULLS UNSTOPPABLE AT BRIDGE CAPE PIONEER TREK FINALE

BULLS UNSTOPPABLE AT BRIDGE CAPE PIONEER TREK FINALE

Posted by Greg on Monday, 20 October 2014 13:03 in News
The Team Bulls pair of Simon Stiebjahn and Tim Bohme finished the Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek international mountain bike stage race on Saturday like they started it a week ago – with a stage win – in the process extending their lead to secure the overall title. In the women’s event, it was the South Africans Candice Neethling and Cherise Stander (#iride4Burry) who won the event’s final stage, but the overall title went to the Asrin Cycling pair of Catherine Williamson (GBR) and Alice Pirard (BEL). Stage 6, an 86km leg from Herold to Oudtshoorn took place in warm, sunny…


SCOTT WIN STAGE, BULLS RETAIN BRIDGE CAPE PIONEER TREK LEAD

SCOTT WIN STAGE, BULLS RETAIN BRIDGE CAPE PIONEER TREK LEAD

Posted by Greg on Saturday, 18 October 2014 09:47 in News
In an effort to take back some of the time they lost on Thursday, South Africans Philip Buys and Matthys Beukes (SCOTT Factory Racing) blew Stage 5 of the Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek apart. While they never regained any lost time, they did splinter the field from early on and won the shortened stage, out-sprinting overall leaders Simon Stiebjahn and Tim Bohme (Team Bulls). The stage from George to Herold was shorted from 71km to 51km by the organisers following heavy rain on Thursday, which made parts of the planned route too dangerous. Buys and Beukes lost their overall lead…


DRAMATIC STAGE SEES LEAD CHANGES AT BRIDGE CAPE PIONEER TREK

DRAMATIC STAGE SEES LEAD CHANGES AT BRIDGE CAPE PIONEER TREK

Posted by Greg on Thursday, 16 October 2014 22:15 in News
Stage 4 of the 2014 Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek international stage race was always expected to deliver a shake-up; and it didn’t disappoint. As if the 109km with 2690m of ascent from De Rust to George wasn’t difficult enough, the riders had to conquer some exceptionally rough terrain and contend with rain and cold too. In the men’s race, the Team Bulls pairing of Simon Stiebjahn and Tim Bohme charged to the stage win and in the process reclaimed the overall lead from South Africans Philip Buys and Matthys Beukes (SCOTT Factory Racing). And in the women’s race Asrin Cycling’s…


BUYS, BEUKES SPRINT TO BRIDGE CAPE PIONEER TREK STAGE WIN

BUYS, BEUKES SPRINT TO BRIDGE CAPE PIONEER TREK STAGE WIN

Posted by Greg on Thursday, 16 October 2014 13:35 in News
South Africa’s Yellow Jersey wearers, Philip Buys and Matthys Beukes (SCOTT Factory Racing) claimed a second consecutive stage win when they outsprinted a small lead group on Stage 3 of the Bridge Cape Pioneer Trek international mountain bike stage race on Wednesday. Second place went to the German Team Bulls pair of Tim Bohme and Simon Stiebjahn with South Africans Lourens Luus and Adriaan Louw (Fairview Elite) filling the final podium spot. Buys and Beukes retain their General Classification lead of 3 minutes 26 seconds over Team Bulls. In the women’s race, the Biogen Toyota Cape Brewing Co. pair of…


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