KAPsani2c NEWSLETTER

FEBRUARY 2018, EDITION 9

#morethanjustaride

With 11 weeks to go, if you haven’t begun your training, it’s time you get on that bike seat!
Iconic climb will be a good fitness tester!
All the best with the lead up to KAP sani2c and remember it is not just about the three days you spend with us, but about the journey.


MESSAGE FROM FARMER GLEN


FARMER GLEN

It is hard to believe that the planning for sani2c started nearly 20 years ago.
Over the years, the key to the success of our KAP sani2c, has been the support we have received from the many landowners, and the communities. We live in the most amazing country with very special people. Like every country we have...

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MESSAGE FROM KAP

Message from KAP

TRAINING
ABSOLUTE MOTION COACHING

Reintroducing #IconicClimb💥

It’s basically one long paincave! It is 2940m with 304m vertical ascent, giving an average gradient of just over 10%. How will you prepare?

For one, it would be a good idea to sign up to our training program.

Sign up will close on the 13th March 2018

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RIDER INFORMATION

The countdown to KAPsani2c 2018 has begun, please go over the information regarding the following points

  • 2018 BLACK MAMBA’s
  • Massage & Physio’s
  • Campervan Site Bookings
  • Accommodation
  • Pre-event tented accommodation at Glencairn Farm- the night of registration
  • Airport Transport
  • Car Shuttle
  • Entry Ninja ‘Chat’ box

***NOTE: All clothing orders have been placed so unfortunately no changes can be made on your entry. Clothing can be swapped at the event among riders or at the finish in Scottburgh.

Rider Info...



Dear sani2c riders

It is hard to believe that the planning for sani2c started nearly 20 years ago. This was in the days of front suspension only, caliper brakes, where V brakes were the new thing and a 3 by 7 drive train was the talk of the ride.

Over the years, the key to the success of our KAP sani2c, has been the support we have received from the many landowners, who not only happily allow us through their farms, but who often stop their farming operations so that we can ride through; and the communities, who not only open their hearts to us, but also spend many hours in planning meetings, travelling and pure hard work. This is not their day job and none of them do it for personal gain but in support of some essential community organization. Best of all, they do it with a smile! These are the people that make our events possible. To all the local people, farmers, their wives and their children, who support the event year after year in so many different ways, how do we thank you?

We live in the most amazing country with very special people. Like every country we have the trouble makers, and it is often so easy to take a dim view on South Africa. An event like sani2c, where communities welcome strangers into their areas, with friendly smiles and words of encouragement, just turns that perception onto its head. KAP sani2c, for us, reinforces how amazing South Africa is and what an awesome bunch of people we have who populate it.

My wish for these many people, is that their organizations grow from strength to strength and that events, like KAP sani2c, bring positive effect on their communities. I know for sure, by the response from our sponsors and partners, that it has a positive effect on them. KAP would not have signed until 2020 without all the wonderful South Africans who toil so hard for our KAP sani2c.

With grateful appreciation
Farmer Glen
#morethanjustaride



MESSAGE FROM KAP

Message from KAP


Training
ABSOLUTE MOTION COACHING

Reintroducing #IconicClimb💥 It’s basically one long paincave!

It is 2940m with 304m vertical ascent, giving an average gradient of just over 10%. How will you prepare?

For one, it would be a good idea to sign up to our training program.
Sign up will close on the 13th March 2018.
Click here to sign up: https://www.absolutemotion.co.za and then click on our KAP sani2c logo.
The Absolute Motion coaching team will help you conquer it!
Keep your ear to the ground for more news on Iconic in the weeks to come.



Please read through the below information containing some important points

CLOTHING

All clothing orders have been placed so unfortunately no changes can be made on your entry.
Clothing can be swapped at the event among riders or at the finish in Scottburgh.

2018 BLACK MAMBA’s

Here is our list of Black Mambas for the 2018 event (you have participated in 9 events & are going for your 10th ride this year),
if your name does not appear on the list kindly email Sandra on office@sani2c.co.za to be added.

  • Andre Broodryk
  • Andre Rousseau
  • Anita Turton
  • Barry Duff
  • Barry Watson
  • Beth McLeod
  • Brad Scrooby
  • Brett Donaldson
  • Bridgit Clemmow
  • Chris Rabie
  • Colin Lombard
  • Clynt Lund
  • Craig Jones
  • David Ives
  • David Tapson
  • Dirk Barnard
  • Fairbairn Kriel
  • Glen Calenborne
  • Grant Parsons
  • Grant Van Der Wal
  • Guy Williams
  • Jan-Hendrik Stander
  • John Gibson
  • Jonathen Tapson
  • Kevin Kirby
  • Leodwyk Johannes Vosloo Rabie
  • Leon de Fleuriot
  • Leslie Lee
  • Louis Broodryk
  • Louw Middel
  • Marnix De Lorm
  • Patrick Furniss
  • Paul de Muelenaere
  • Peter Furneau
  • Raymond Deftereos
  • Riaan Senekal
  • Richard Hawkins
  • Robert Saunders
  • Robert Watts
  • Rudolf Karl Van Der Westhuysen
  • Rynan Watson
  • Scott Lavery
  • Shane Schreiber
  • Simon Francis
  • Steve Becker
  • Tex Turton
  • Theo Johan Bezuidenhout
  • Thomas Colley
  • Timothy Watson
  • Tony Lochner
  • Trevor O’Neill

Massage & Physio’s

Massage pre-bookings have opened. Click here to book.
We also have qualified physiotherapists at the race villages. Click here to book. More information can be found on our website.


Campervan Site Bookings

Click here to make your booking.
This fee DOES NOT INCLUDE THE CAMPERVAN, the fee is for the site parking's only at all the race villages: Glencairn, Mackenzie Club & Jolivet.
Drivers/supporters have to be self-sufficient and will not be allowed into the race villages or dining facilities at Mackenzie Club & Jolivet.
More info can be found here


Accommodation

You will also find the list of Accommodation available prior, during and after sani2c listed on our website


Pre-event tented accommodation at Glencairn Farm- the night of registration.

We offer tented accommodation the night of registration at R480.00 per person sharing a tent with your riding partner,
this includes your tent as well as mattresses, dinner & breakfast (tented accommodation in the race villages at Mackenzie Club & Jolivet are included in your team entry fee)
To make your booking:

  • Log on to your team entry on the website.
  • Go to 'My Entries', then click on 'detail'
  • Navigate to 'add merchandise'
  • A box then appears. Click on the selection for Pre-event camping per person... and select the option, 'Yes, Spot for 1 person - teammates share a tent, add one spot for every teammate to the cart'
  • Click Add

Airport Transport

For the riders flying into King Shaka airport in Durban, there is transport available for booking where you will be collected at the airport & transported to the registration venue at Glencairn Farm as well as from the finish at Scottburgh back to the airport. The service also includes one way trips. Click here for more info.


Car Shuttle

The car shuttle service is organised by the local schools as a fundraiser, this service is available for booking here. Click here for more information. Car shuttle cancellations are NON REFUNDABLE. Your car shuttle booking is only secure and guaranteed once paid in full. The car shuttle service has limited numbers. Your vehicle will be driven from Glencairn Farm straight through to Scottburgh (they will NOT be driven from race village to race village).

Please check that you book for the correct event. If you do team swops it is your responsibility to inform the relevant shuttle organiser of the changes so you can be allocated a spot for the new event shuttle. If you swop your entry, your shuttle will not be moved automatically.

Contact email addresses for car shuttles only are as follows:


Entry Ninja 'Chat' box

When you are logged on into entry you will be able to "chat" directly to an Entry Ninja agent for any assistance or queries on your team entry.
Log on here
This "chat" box is live between 9am & 3pm Monday to Friday and can be found in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
Alternatively you can contact Sandra or Judy in our race office via email office@sani2c.co.za