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Bestmed Tshwane Classic going ahead!

The Bestmed Tshwane Classic is going ahead as planned on 1 November 2020 with adherence to Covid-19 regulations that will govern the staging. The Bestmed Tshwane Classic, presented in partnership with the City of Tshwane, is in full swing as planned on 1 November 2020 with adherence to Covid-19 regulations.  While the Hectic Promotions organising body is expecting a further ...

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Historic start for Bestmed Tshwane Classic

The Bestmed Tshwane Classic, which takes place on 3 November this year, constitutes an unprecedented success story in South African cycling, according to event organiser Mauritz Meyer. “The Bestmed Tshwane Classic is off to a blinding start compared to its other city race counterparts. None of the other current mass participation cycling events recorded the same growth in their first ...

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Mclean believes in Bestmed Tshwane Classic winning formula

The cycling community is brimming with excitement ahead of the third staging of the Bestmed Tshwane Classic following last year’s edition that attracted more than 7000 cyclists; and no-one is more excited than well-known cycling commentator Andrew McLean. “The growth of the race is simply inspiring. Against the backdrop of the economic slump over the past ten years, the growth ...

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Unparalleled cycling entertainment at Bestmed Tshwane Classic

Cycling as a spectator sport will be showcased at this year’s Bestmed Tshwane Classic following the announcement that a kermesse has been added to the day’s entertainment activities at the Voortrekker Monument on 3 November. The kermesse, a circuit-based race, is by invitation only and will host the country’s top professionals. The kermesse features a secure 1.1km circuit on a ...

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The Bestmed Tshwane Classic green effect

The Bestmed Tshwane Classic has prided itself from the outset on being South Africa’s most environmentally friendly mass participation cycling event, and recycling will remain a top priority for race organisers when the race takes place on 3 November 2019. “As much as it’s about cycling on race day, it’s also about recycling,” says race founder Mauritz Meyer. Meyer is ...

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