Nedbank Rock & Rut mountain bike cross-country series (event 3) at Waldorf

15 June 2021 | Sports

Kevin Lowe, boys U16 winner, was very impressive during his five laps and was by far the closest rider to keep up with Olympic candidate and elite men’s winner Tristan de Lange (7 laps) during Saturday’s Nedbank Rock & Rut cross-country race. Photo Andrew Poolman

Adrian Key (front, U16 runner-up) and Ethan Le Strange (U18 winner) at the front of the chasing groups during Saturday’s Nedbank Rock & Rut cross-country men’s race. Photos Andrew Poolman

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