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The cyclists on route
The cyclists on route

Durban to host 30th Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic in October 2016


Durban is gearing up for the 30th annual Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic in KwaZulu-Natal on the 16th of October 2016. The oldest road classic cycling race in South Africa is also one of the prettiest with picturesque and challenging routes from Pietermaritzburg to Durban. There is something for everyone and cyclists can choose between the fun 35km ride, the more challenging 65km or the renowned 106km Classic.

Adrian Garvey, Lucas Radebe and Jon Smit.
Adrian Garvey, Lucas Radebe and John Smit.
For both competitive and social cyclists alike

Although the Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic is regarded by competitive cyclists as an important event on their cycling calendar, it’s also gained the reputation to be a wonderful event for social cyclists. Entries are open to anyone with a bike! Tailored corporate and charity packages are available for more information email melissa@amashova.co.za. In keeping with the overall enjoyment of the day there is plenty of fun for all! Enjoy the food and festivities to be had on the route as well as at the relaxed post-race vibe on the Suncoast lawns with live music on offer. For more information to enter the Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic, go to www.shova.co.za.The closing date for online entries is the 16th of September at 23:00 Late entries are also taken but these riders will not be seeded in the 106km event

The top 3 winners of 2015 (Men Overall): 1st place Nolan Hoffman, 2nd place Clint Hendricks and 3rd place Willie Smit.
The top 3 winners of 2015 (Men Overall): 1st place Nolan Hoffman, 2nd place Clint Hendricks and 3rd place Willie Smit.

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