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The KZN MTB Commission is a volunteer organisation established in terms of the constitution of Cycling KZN, and is a subsidiary of Cycling KZN. Cycling SA reports to the Department of Sport and as such is accountable to the government of South Africa. The KZN MTB Commission comprises a number of commissioners that strive to administer the sport in the province in a responsible and professional way. Our primary goal is to manage mountain biking in KZN in accordance with the rules and regulations that have been developed over time, while promoting and adding value wherever possible.

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Sibling rivalry at world famous Cascades track

The world famous venue of Cascades MTB Park will play host to the third and final round of the 2017 KZNMTB Enduro and Downhill Series on Sunday 30 April and Monday 1 May where local Pietermaritzburg racing brothers Jonathan and Christopher Philogene will continue their series tussle for the top place on the Downhill points log this season.

Older brother Jonathan currently leads the provincial series log by just 30 points over Christopher, and with this last race remaining to determine the ultimate winner, it’s going to be tough out there.

Jonathan (20) explains that even though Downhill racing is an individual sport that determines one winner, they function as a team with a strong support structure locally from their family, friends and sponsors Lapierre SA, Fox and Good 2 Go.


Upcoming Events


15 April : SA Cup Series #2

15 April : Compendium Sunday Tribune Hill2Hill (100km/15km)

17 April : Compendium Sunday Tribune Hill2Hill (45km)

21-29 Apr : Joberg2c

28-30 Apr : Thirsti Freedom Stage Race Cancelled

30 Apr : KZN MTB Prov Enduro/DHi Series #3

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International News

After season-long competitions that saw the most consistent athletes crowned UCI World Cup winners, the best event organisers are also being rewarded.

Stakeholders at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano, the BMX Supercross World Cup and the UCI Trials World Cup have voted for the best event of each of the series, taking into account different criteria including organisation, venue, course/track and atmosphere. The winners are….

UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano

A long season spanning five months and taking place in eight countries saw cross-country Olympic (XCO) and downhill (DHI) specialists compete in top-class conditions.

Downhill: Fort William (GBR)

This legendary spot in the Scottish Highlands wins the “best event” vote for 2016. Also host of the 2007 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships, Fort William organised a World Cup stopover for the 15th time this year.


Development stars bask in the spotlight at Pmb MTB Festival

Pietermaritzburg - The success of KZN Cycling's and Cycling South Africa's development programme was on full display as development racing kicked off the three-day long Pietermaritzburg Mountain Bike Festival at the Cascades Mountain Bike Park on Friday. All districts of KwaZulu-Natal were represented, with 10 riders from each district showing off their skills.

Since the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Department of Sport and Recreation got behind the development initiative, cycling has been making increasingly significant inroads into communities, especially in rural areas.




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