Cape Town Cycle Tour

10 03, 2024

Main and Keep Win Maiden Cape Town Cycle Tour Titles

By |2024-03-10T16:42:51+02:00March 10th, 2024|News|Comments Off on Main and Keep Win Maiden Cape Town Cycle Tour Titles

Kent Main and Tiffany Keep were worthy winners of the 46th edition of the Cape Town Cycle Tour. Main slipped off the front of a select group, inside the final 5 kilometres and time trialled to the line. While in the women’s race Keep edged out S’annara Grove with a bike throw on the line [...]

8 03, 2024

2024 Cape Town Cycle Tour: Racing to Establish or Expand a Legacy

By |2024-03-08T17:11:57+02:00March 8th, 2024|News|Comments Off on 2024 Cape Town Cycle Tour: Racing to Establish or Expand a Legacy

The 46th edition of the Cape Town Cycle Tour will once again be more than just a bicycle race around the world’s most beautiful city. For the majority of the 27 500 competitors taking on the 109 kilometres course it will be a celebration of health, friendship and fellowship. An annual fun ride along a spectacularly [...]

12 03, 2023

Kim le Court Completes Hattrick of Cape Town Cycle Tour Titles

By |2023-03-12T16:39:46+02:00March 12th, 2023|News|Comments Off on Kim le Court Completes Hattrick of Cape Town Cycle Tour Titles

Double defending champion Kim le Court, of Mauritius, completed a hattrick of Cape Town Cycle Tour wins on Sunday, 12 March. The Efficient Infiniti Insure rider had to work harder for her fourth title than any of the others, though, after Candice Lill broke up a select group who had entered the finale together with [...]

8 03, 2023

What To Expect from the Elite Women’s Race at the 2023 Cape Town Cycle Tour

By |2023-03-08T17:44:55+02:00March 8th, 2023|News|Comments Off on What To Expect from the Elite Women’s Race at the 2023 Cape Town Cycle Tour

Since the move to a separate elite women’s race, in 2018, only two women have won the Cape Town Cycle Tour. Both will be lining up once more in 2023. They are five-time champion, Cherise Willeit, and the three-time victor Kimberley Le Court De Billot. Both the South African and the Mauritian are likely to [...]

4 02, 2021

CELEBRATE CYCLING IN MARCH WITH THE CAPE TOWN CYCLE TOUR

By |2021-02-04T16:07:03+02:00February 4th, 2021|News|Comments Off on CELEBRATE CYCLING IN MARCH WITH THE CAPE TOWN CYCLE TOUR

There is absolutely no need for FOMO – why not join the Cape Town Cycle Tour to celebrate the traditional cycling month of March by entering the official Virtual Cape Town Cycle Tour, presented by Powerade and Wesgro, or the Cape Town Cycle Tour 109-for-109 Charity Challenge. Organisers of the Cape Town Cycle Tour announced, [...]

18 01, 2021

2021 Cape Town Cycle Tour Postponed

By |2021-01-18T15:52:38+02:00January 18th, 2021|News|Comments Off on 2021 Cape Town Cycle Tour Postponed

As always, the safety of all participants and the well-being of the broader community of Cape Town remains the race organisers’ most important priority in the planning and staging of the Cape Town Cycle Tour.  With this in mind, the team at the Cape Town Cycle Tour has been closely monitoring the ongoing developments around [...]

11 03, 2019

Trials by Fire, Wind and Water at the CTCT

By |2019-03-14T17:48:37+02:00March 11th, 2019|Mountains & Valleys|Comments Off on Trials by Fire, Wind and Water at the CTCT

“It’s just the same loop around the peninsula, how difficult could it be to organise?” one of sponsors of the Cape Town Cycle Tour half-jokingly asked Dave Bellairs, the marketing, media and sponsorship director of the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust. Very, it turns out! “No two years are the same” Bellairs sighed, putting down [...]

17 02, 2019

Diverge Podcast | Episode 3: Dave Bellairs

By |2019-02-17T15:02:27+02:00February 17th, 2019|Podcast|Comments Off on Diverge Podcast | Episode 3: Dave Bellairs

For Episode 3 of the Diverge Podcast Seamus Allardice sat down with the Director of the Cycle Tour Trust, Dave Bellairs. Dave and his team organise the world largest individually timed bicycle race, the Cape Town Cycle Tour which has for years set the benchmark for mass participation cycling events around the world. But organising [...]

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