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 The 2nd Annual 100 Cycle Challenge

Autumn’s biggest racing event for road cyclists from across Gauteng and the rest of South Africa. This year we offered a 100 kilometre as well as a 50 kilometre road race.

Sunday, 5 May 2019

Germiston Lake, City of Ekurhuleni, Gauteng

2019 Race Results

CSA 100km

Elite Ladies

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Kimberley               

Le Court De Billot      

 02:44:20.800

2

Maroesjka               

Matthee                 

 02:44:21.100

3

Jo                      

Van De Winkel           

 02:44:21.200

4

Sanet                   

Coetzee                  

 02:44:21.300

5

Elmari                  

De Wet                  

 02:44:22.000

       

Vet Ladies

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Desray                  

Foyn                    

 02:49:09.400

2

Michelle                

Andrew                   

 02:49:22.000

3

Linda                   

Fouche                  

 02:49:22.100

       

JNR MEN

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Damon                   

Fouchee                 

 02:24:09.500

2

Christiaan              

Klopper                  

 02:26:13.500

3

Ceajay                  

Bosman                  

 02:26:13.700

       

VA (30-39)

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Adolph                  

Krige                   

 02:22:11.300

2

Werner                  

Roux                     

 02:22:14.000

3

Jacques                 

Greeff                  

 02:22:14.700

       

VB (40-49)

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Johann                  

Naude                   

 02:26:46.500

2

Pieter                  

Avenant                 

 02:27:03.400

3

Koos                    

Klopper                 

 02:27:20.200

       

VC (50+)

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Graeme                  

Cronje                  

 02:34:01.200

2

Jaco                    

Fouche                  

 02:34:50.300

3

James                   

Crawley                 

 02:34:50.400

50 Km

Men

Name

Surname

Time

 

Jason                   

Eggett                  

 01:08:35.900

 

Bertie                  

Anderson                

 01:08:39.700

 

Zander                   

Mertz                   

 01:08:40.700

 

     

 

     

 

Ladies

Name

Surname

Time

 

Chante                  

Olivier                 

 01:10:21.200

 

Kita                    

Uys                     

 01:14:42.800

 

Chloe                    

Bateson                 

 01:14:42.900

 

UCI Men

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Jayde                   

Julius                  

 02:52:17.900

2

Steven                  

Van Heerden             

 

3

Nolan                   

Hoffman                 

 

4

Rohan                   

Du Plooy                

 

5

Louis                   

Visser                  

 

6

Clint                   

Hendricks               

 

7

Jason                   

Oosthuizen              

 

8

Calvin                  

Beneke                  

 

9

Gustav                  

Basson                  

 

10

Keanan                  

Roodt                   

 

11

Ben                     

Fish                    

 

12

Casper                   

Kruger                  

 

13

Thokhozani              

Mahlangu                

 

14

Travis                  

Barrett                 

 

15

Kent                    

Main                    

 

16

Alexander               

Worsdale                 

 

17

Andries                 

Nigrini                 

 

18

Dylan                   

Girdlestone             

 

19

David                   

Maree                   

 

20

Callum                  

Ormiston                

 

Open

Men

Surname

Time

 

Geldhof                 

 02:35:53.600

 

Mitchley                

 02:35:59.000

 

Malan                   

 02:35:59.300

 

   

 

Ladies

Surname

Time

 

Brookstone              

 02:37:29.300

 

Malik                   

 02:37:29.900

 

Wingfield               

 02:44:14.800

 

Tandems

Tandems

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Juan                    

Swanepoel               

 02:23:17.100

1

Steven                  

Oberholzer              

 02:23:17.100

2

Piet                    

Laubscher               

 02:23:18.000

2

Hendry                  

Johnson                 

 02:23:18.000

3

Willie                  

Buser                   

 02:23:18.400

3

Fanus                   

Alberts                 

 02:23:18.400

       
       

PARA

POS

Name

Surname

Time

1

Oswald

Kidd

 

2

Stephen                 

Perry                   

 03:40:25.300

3

Ben                     

Coetzee                 

 04:09:33.700

About

“If we never challenge ourselves, we will never know how far we can go.”

The 100 Cycle Challenge takes place every first Sunday in May in the City of Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. Anyone over the age of 15 is invited to enter the 100 kilometre race. Anyone over the age of 13 is invited to enter the 50 kilometre race.

We extend a special invitation to road cyclists who are new to the sport and who have never participated in a road race to make the 100 Cycle Challenge their “first”.

The race is UCI accredited. Professional teams (under-23 male road cyclists) from across Africa will, once again, compete for points as part of the 2019 UCI Africa Tour.

100 Cycle Challenge

The 100 Cycle Challenge is a new road race on the South African cycling calendar presented every year on the first Sunday in May in the City of Ekurhuleni, Gauteng Province.The first edition takes place on Sunday, 6 May 2018. The 100 is powered by Jacaranda FM, partnered by Cycling SA and hosted by the City of Gauteng! Are you ready to #SweatThe100? Enter now!
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Father, we come before you with gratitude. You are the reason we are here today. We pray for the safety of all our riders, our cycling officials, EMPD officials, Road Rangers, foot marshals, crew, sponsors, spectators and community members out on the road today. Amen

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Race

Official start on Sunday, 5 May 2019: 06:30

The race is timed by RaceTec.

  • If you do not have a timing chip and would like your race timed, RaceTec chips will be on sale at race pack collection.
  • If you already have a timing chip, please remember to bring it along on race day.

Download the free RaceTec App on Google or the App Store to track family and friends who take part in the 100 Cycle Challenge.

Official date

5 May 2019

Official start

06:30

Official end

15:30

#TheAutumnRace

R450 entry fee – 100 kilometres

R300 entry fee –   50 kilometres

Win your share of R100 000 worth of prizes on Sunday, 5 May 2019

Online entries close midnight on Sunday, 28 April

Late entries at race pack collection on 2 , 3 and 4 May

Race Pack Collection

Thursday, 2 May: Cycle Lab Lynwood  – 09:00 to 17:00

Friday, 3 May: Cycle Lab Fourways – 09:00 to 17:00

Saturday, 4 May: Cycle Lab Boksburg – 09:00 to 15:00

Route

The 2nd annual 100 Cycle Challenge features two races over two routes – see the routes and route profiles below.

Long Route

Long Route Profile

Click the route image or this link here to view an interactive route map

Short Route

Route map for 100cc - 44km by Lucky D. on plotaroute.com

Short Route Profile

Click the route image or this link here to view an interactive route map

Merchandise

100 Cycle Challenge gear can be purchased when you complete your race entry form – simply follow the prompts to make your selection.

#100InMay

R450 entry fee – 100 kilometres

R300 entry fee –   50 kilometres

Win your share of R100 000 worth of prizes on Sunday, 5 May 2019

Online entries close midnight on Sunday, 28 April

Late entries at race pack collection on 2 , 3 and 4 May

Race Pack Collection

Thursday, 2 May: Cycle Lab Lynwood  – 09:00 to 17:00

Friday, 3 May: Cycle Lab Fourways – 09:00 to 17:00

Saturday, 4 May: Cycle Lab Boksburg – 09:00 to 15:00

Bring your family and friends

The wide green lawns at Germiston Lake are perfect for a post-race picnic with family and friends in the 100 Race Village.

We have great food. A beer garden. And secure kiddies’ entertainment.

Watch this space and announcements on social media streams about new entertainment elements added to the village.

#TheRaceWithSoul

R450 entry fee – 100 kilometres

R300 entry fee –   50 kilometres

Win your share of R100 000 worth of prizes on Sunday, 5 May 2019

Online entries close midnight on Sunday, 28 April

Late entries at race pack collection on 2 , 3 and 4 May

Race Pack Collection

Thursday, 2 May: Cycle Lab Lynwood  – 09:00 to 17:00

Friday, 3 May: Cycle Lab Fourways – 09:00 to 17:00

Saturday, 4 May: Cycle Lab Boksburg – 09:00 to 15:00

Sweat for charity

Use the 100 Cycle Challenge to celebrate the memory of a much loved family member or friend. To make a contribution in support of others. Or to fund a cause that has a special place in your heart.

Simply enter the race like you normally would have. Then contact your charity of choice – and their appointed team leader – to inform them that you have entered the race on their behalf. They will make the necessary arrangements with you.

Should you wish to be listed as a charity, cause or organisation to utilise the 100 Cycle Challenge to raise funds, kindly email info@100cyclechallenge.co.za with the subject line “Sweat for charity”

The 100 Cycle Challenge supports the following organisations and causes in 2019:

CauseTeam LeaderEmail AddressWebsite/link
The Society for Animals in DistressHolly Doherty
fundraiser@animalsindistress.org.za
http://www.animalsindistress.org.za
Ribbons4Roses
Brian Style
R4r.warriors@ribbons4roses.co.za
https://www.facebook.com/groups/ribbonsforroses/?ref=group_header
eMoyo Foundation
Keagan Malan
info@emoyo.foundation
https://emoyo.foundation/
GIBS Alumni Wellness
Joseph Maboko
teamgibs947@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/GIBSsa/
The Kidney Beanz Trust
Stacey Hanekom
stacey@kidneybeanz.co.za
https://www.kidneybeanz.co.za
Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA)
Maria Scholtz
mscholtz@cansa.org.za
https://www.cansa.org.za
The Urban Ruins
Leigh Hudson-Ingle
leigh@urbanruins.co.za
http://urbanruins.co.za/
Support SA Talent
Brad Eliot
info@supportsatalent.co.za
http://www.supportsatalent.co.za/
Epilepsy South Africa
Elsabe Winkler
elsabewinkler@gmail.com or nationaldirector.no@epilepsy.org.za
http://epilepsy.org.za/
Down Syndrome Association Pretoria
Elaine Passmoor
dsat@downs.org.za
http://downs.org.za/
Apricot Tree Trust
Annette Van Niekerk
annette@apricottree.co.za
https://www.facebook.com/apricottree.co.za/
Corruption Watch
Aadil Vally
aadilv@corruptionwatch.org.za
https://www.corruptionwatch.org.za
The Recovery FoundationRoberto Ferreiraroberto@therecoveryfoundation.org.zahttps://www.therecoveryfoundation.org.za
Down Syndrome Association South AfricaWilna Gatesdssa.odo@icon.co.zahttps://www.downsyndome.org.za
Bicycles for BeeStephanie Coetzeestephanie.coetzee@gmail.comhttps://www.givengain.com/ap/cycleforbee/
Lions Club Cycle 2 ServeClint Guthriefunds@lionsclubpretoria.co.zahttps://www.lionsclubpretoria.co.za
Thabang Children's ProjectAdmire Kamoneremunyamaka@gmail.comhttp://www.thabang.org
Highveld Horse Care UnitFarryn Dayfundraising@horsecare.org.zahttp://www.horsecare.org.za
Pug Rescue South AfricaCheryl Gawinfo@pugrescue.co.zahttp://pugrescue.co.za
Adorabull Terrier Rescue and RehabilitationJoma Karstenadorabullrr@gmail.comhttp://adorabullterrier.com/
Great Dane Rescue South AfricaShane Redelinghuysshanered72@gmail.comhttp://greatdanerescue.co.za
South Africans In Need To Support Foundation (SAINTS Foundation)CJ Van Wykcjvanwyk@saintsfoundation.co.zahttp://saintsfoundation.co.za

Sponsors and partners

Thank you to all our sponsors, partners and supporters - your contribution is invaluable.

 

Hosted by City of Ekurhuleni

Official Technical Partner

Official Print Partner

The 100 Cycle Challenge forms part of the

UCI 1.2 Categorised Race

Innovation Partner

Official Retail and Training Partner

Official Insurance Partner

 Production Partner

 

Prize Sponsors

 

Supporters

 

Frequently asked questions

All you need to know

When is the 2nd annual 100 Cycle Challenge?

The 2nd annual 100 Cycle Challenge is to be presented on Sunday, 5 May 2019. The 100 kilometre race starts and ends at Germiston Lake in the City of Ekurhuleni, Gauteng Province.

What makes the 100 Cycle Challenge special?

The 100 Cycle Challenge is autumn’s biggest racing event for road cyclists from across Gauteng and the rest of South Africa. Presented annually on the first Sunday in May, it is the official “season-ending road race” before the onset of winter.

What is different about the 2019 race?

The 2019 race offers a choice of a 100 kilometre route or a shorter 50 kilometre route. The organisers have listened to requests to include the option of a shorter distance in 2019.

Is the 100 Cycle Challenge UCI-accredited?

Yes, it is, but only for professional under-23 male road cyclists competing for points as part of the 2019 UCI Africa Tour. (UCI – Union Cycliste Internationale)

Who can enter the race?

Anyone over the age of 15 can enter the 100 kilometre race. Anyone over the age of 13 can enter the 50 kilometre race. The organisers extend a special invitation to road cyclists who are new to the sport and who have never participated in a road race to make the 100 Cycle Challenge their “first”.  #MyFirst100.

How much is the entry fee?

100 kilometre route:

  • R450 standard – from 1 February to 28 April 2019

50 kilometre route:

  • R300 standard – from 1 February to 28 April 2019
Will I still be able to enter the race if I miss the 22 April 2019 deadline?

Yes. Late entry is R500 at race pack collection – on:

  • Thursday, 2 May 2019
  • Friday, 3 May 2019
  • Saturday, 4 May 2019
Where can I see the 2019 route and route profile?

Small changes are currently being made to the 2018 route and route profile – they are currently displayed at www.100cyclechallenge.co.za. Follow our social media streams for announcements on when the 2019 route and route profile will be posted at www.100cyclechallenge.co.za.

Do I need a licence to race the 100 Cycle Challenge?

Yes. If you are not a registered member of Cycling South Africa, you need to purchase a day licence at an additional cost of R35. This is done automatically when you enter the race.

Do I have to have a timing chip?

It is not compulsory to have a timing chip. However, if you want your race timed you need to have one.

  • If you do not have a timing chip, RaceTec chips will be on sale at race pack collection on 2, 3 and 4 May 2019.
  • If you have a timing chip, please remember to bring it along on race day.

Invite your family and friends to download the free RaceTec app on Google or the App Store to track your progress on Sunday, 5 May 2019.

Where can I buy 100 Cycle Challenge gear?

100 Cycle Challenge gear can be purchased when you complete your race entry form – simply follow the prompts to make your selection. The following items are available:

Item Price (incl. VAT) Sizes available
Quadrotex Cycling Jersey – short sleeve, full zip R569,95 XS/S/M/L/XL/XXL
Radtsoff T-shirt – short sleeve R229,95 S/M/L/XL/XXL
Maxilite Arm-warmer R259,95 XS/S/M/L/XL/XXL
Maxilite Knee-warmer R349,95 XS/S/M/L/XL/XXL
Maxilite Leg-warmer R449,95 XS/S/M/L/XL/XXL
Chido R89,95 Unisex
Can I ride for a charity?

Yes, you can. You can use the 100 Cycle Challenge to celebrate the memory of a much loved family member or friend. To make a contribution in support of others. Or to fund a cause that has a special place in your heart. Simply enter the race like you normally would have. Then contact your charity of choice – and their appointed team leader – to inform them that you have entered the race on their behalf. They will make the necessary arrangements with you. Go to www.100cyclechallenge.co.za for the list of charities supported by the race.

Will there be a race village at the finish line?

Yes, there will be a race village. The 100 Cycle Challenge is a fun day for everyone. Entry is free for family and friends; bring them along on Sunday, 5 May 2019. The wide green lawns at Germiston Lake are perfect for a post-race picnic. We have great food. A beer garden. And secure kiddies’ entertainment. Watch our social media streams for announcements about new entertainment elements added to the village.

Where can I get additional information about the 100 Cycle Challenge?
  • Visit 100cyclechallenge.co.za
  • Check out:
    • Facebook – 100CycleChallenge
    • Twitter – 100cycle
    • Instagram – @100cyclechallenge
    • YouTube – 100cyclechallenge
  • Call +27 79 469 1716
  • E-mail:
    • General enquiries: info@100cyclechallenge.co.za
    • Entry enquiries: entry@100cyclechallenge.co.za
    • Hospitality enquiries: hospitality@100cyclechallenge.co.za
    • Media enquiries and accreditation: media@100cyclechallenge.co.za
Who owns the 100?

The 100 Cycle Challenge is a wholly-owned property of 100 Cycle Challenge (Pty) Ltd.

Contact

Race office: +27 79 469 1716

General enquiries:
info@100cyclechallenge.co.za

Entry enquiries:
entry@100cyclechallenge.co.za

Hospitality enquiries:
hospitality@100cyclechallenge.co.za

Media enquiries and accreditation:
media@100cyclechallenge.co.za

Get in touch
100 Cycle Challenge

The 100 Cycle Challenge supports the development of the sport in South Africa. A percentage of proceeds goes toward funding cycling academies across South Africa under the umbrella of Race The Future, Cycling South Africa’s national development plan. The developmental focus will be on the City of Ekurhuleni during the first three years of the race.