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Great Zuurberg Trek pays it forward on several fronts

Organisers of the Great Zuurberg Trek have adopted a policy of paying it forward by using the iconic Eastern Cape mountain bike race to help broaden the development of the sport in South Africa. The three-stage event, back on track after two years in the Covid

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Two seconds split top two teams at Great Zuurberg Trek

The Fairtree-Imperial team of Luyanda Thobigunya and Khusaselihle Ngidi relied on their climbing legs to win the second stage of the PwC Great Zuurberg Trek ahead of overnight leaders Rossouw Bekker and Matt Keyser today. The frontrunners in the tough mountain bike race will take a

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Close finish on day one of Great Zuurberg Trek MTB race

The Western Cape pair of Rossouw Bekker and Matt Keyser outduelled Luyanda Thobigunya and Khusaselihle Ngidi to capture stage one of the seventh PwC Great Zuurberg Trek mountain bike race at Addo outside Gqeberha today. Bekker – third overall in the pre-Covid edition in 2019 –

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PwC Great Zuurberg Trek a learning curve for top contenders

Former African junior cross-country champion Rossouw Bekker will have a new teammate in Matt Keyser when he tackles the seventh PwC Great Zuurberg Trek mountain bike race at Addo outside Gqeberha this weekend. The three-day event, which starts and finishes at the Zuurberg Mountain Village on

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GZT in ‘large’ new partnership with Giant

Organisers of the PwC Great Zuurberg Trek have announced a partnership with the world's largest bicycle brand, Giant, which they feel will add further value to the boutique mountain bike event. After the cancellation of last year's race due to Covid-19, a full field is set

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PwC back in the saddle at Great Zuurberg Trek

Long-standing title sponsors PwC have renewed their backing of the Great Zuurberg Trek (GZT) mountain bike race after the event was put on hold for more than a year due to the Covid pandemic. The three-day boutique offering will be held as usual at the Zuurberg