sani2c in the news

Sidialo hoping to change lives through sani2c action
Friday, 4 May 2018

Himeville - Twenty years after he lost his eyesight in the Nairobi US Embassy bombing, Kenyan adventure sport junkie Douglas Sidialo will take part in the three day KAP sani2c mountain biking race on a tandem, aiming to use the anniversary of the incident that changed his life to positively influence as many people as he can during his cycle from Himeville to Scottburgh.

SARLA keeping up their sani2c tradition in 2018
Thursday, 3 May 2018

Himeville - When the 1500 riders set off for the start of the Adventure edition of the annual three day KAP sani2c mountain bike classic from Himeville to Scottburgh, the field will include a team of well-known rugby personalities, ranging from World Cup winners to bulky forwards with MTB track records that their mates are all too aware of.

Turton family continue to support local sani2c
Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Himeville - When the huge field of eager mountain bikers sets off for the start of the three–day KAP sani2c Adventure on Wednesday 9 May, the outing will be an important sentimental milestone for the Turton family of Underberg farmers.

83 year-old Duncan back after eight year sani2c lay off
Thursday, 26 April 2018

Himeville – With 4500 riders set to take part in the 2018 KAP sani2c this year, 83 year-old Howick resident Arthur Duncan will be the oldest rider taking part in the three day event when he makes a return to the race after an eight year absence as he and his son-in-law Stuart Watson take on the Adventure from the Southern Drakensberg to the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal.

Zero to sani2c for Atkinson & Piper
Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Himeville – With less than a fortnight to go, Sue Atkinson’s dream to race the KAP sani2c mountain bike stage race that started by chance in Underberg in January is about to come true, ending a roller-coaster few months of nervous preparation for the sani2c debutant.