In the light of recent developments relating to the Coronavirus pandemic, the organisers of KAP sani2c, the three-day mountain bike stage race in KwaZulu-Natal due to be held from 12-16 May, have made the decision to postpone the event to December.
KAP sani2c organisers are this year making available a limited number of “Super Seconds” packages, for dedicated supporters wanting to be a part of the special vibe that is the sani2c race village. For many years, the sani2c race villages have been out of bounds for supporters for logistical and practical reasons.
Due to popular demand, KAP sani2c organisers have made it possible for riders to enter a new solo category for the 2020 events, though this is only available for the Trail and the Race, as the Adventure entries have sold out.
On the weekend of 21-23 February, join KAP sani2c founder ‘Farmer’ Glen Haw and the team for a weekend of riding and preparation for the race.
Entries are open for the 2020 KAP sani2c, the 16 year-old three day mountain bike stage race that has riders coming back each year to experience either the Trail, Adventure or Race version. Next year’s dates are 12-16 May and the route takes riders from Himeville near the base of the Sani Pass down to Scottburgh on the Kwa-Zulu Natal South Coast.