Nissan TrailSeeker Mountain Bike Series #4 Wellington
The Nissan Trailseeker races caters for kids and adults, beginners and pros, with varying distances and routes that are top notch and guaranteed to get the adrenaline pumping.
The Nissan TrailSeeker Western Cape Series stops over in the heart of the Cape Winelands for its 1st event of the year. The picturesque town of Wellington is a scenic 45 minutes’ drive from Cape Town, with lots to offer to visitors both on and off the bike.
The beautiful Bosman Family Vineyards is the perfect venue to host such a fun and family friendly event. New additions to the legendary trails will be unveiled, with challenging and enjoyable features for riders of all skill- and fitness levels. Riders can look forward to an idyllic ride with panoramic views, with 10km, 20km, 40km and 70km routes on offer.
Event Date: 18 August 2018
Distance/Classes: Marathon: 70km; Half Marathon 40km; Fun Race 20km; Fun Ride 10km
Advendurance is committed to support the regional, provincial and national cycling federations to further their cycling administration and endeavours by continuing to contribute a rider levy of R10 per rider (This is paid by Advendurance).
In order for the cycling federations to further their cycling administration and endeavours we will need to support the Western Province Cycling Association to collect R35 day licenses from the cyclists that do not have Cycling SA membership.
These cyclists’ contributions will in turn put the federation in a better position to support cycling development and service delivery in the Western Cape cycling events. The Day-license is designed to allow the newcomers of the sport to participate within the rules and regulations. Participants without a “membership of Cycling SA” will be charged R35 on top of the entry fee at registration and it will be valid for the race day.
Cyclists are assured that the event adheres to all the regulatory requirements that include public liability cover and health and safety requirements.
Cyclists holding racing licenses may compete for provincial and national colors in their age groups.
Sanctioned events will ensure a chief commissaire is appointed that is responsible for the overall competition; supervises the start arrangements; the officials; the results and any dispute service .
Frequently asked Questions and Answers
- Do I need a Cycling SA Membership to enter online?
No but you will be charged a R35 day license fee, if you are competing in the SA XCM Champs for colours you will need to purchase a Cycling SA membership and add your license number to your profile in order for us to allocate and verify the membership
- Do I need a Cycling SA Racing Licence to enter online?
Yes if you wish to compete for provincial and national colours: Junior and Elite participants competing for colours need Cycling SA Membership and Racing Licences.
- How much is a Cycling SA membership?
R250 plus a provincial levy which varies between R25 to R75.
- How much is a Cycling SA Racing Licence?
- Can I enter with a Day Licence if I am a Junior or Elite Participant?
Yes, but you will not be eligible for a national or provincial ranking or colours. You will still be on the event results, and qualify for the Nissan Trailseeker Series standings.
- Do I need to produce my Licence card at registration if I entered online?
No, all entries on the online entry list have already had their Licences checked so they don’t need to produce Licence cards.
- Do Junior and Elite participants need to produce Licence cards if they do late entries on the day?
Yes, Junior and Elite late entries need to produce their Racing Licences or Digi Card on their phone.
- Do Junior and Elite Participants need their UCI ID number?
Yes. Come prepared with your UCI ID number.
- How do I get a Cycling SA Membership and/or a Racing Licence?
You can go online and buy a membership and/or a Racing Licence through the Cycling SA website but the cut-off time for late entries is 1 July 2018 – www.cyclingsa.com
Time: 17h00 – 19h00
Bosman Wine Estate