joBerg2c is riding the off-roads less travelled and trails never travelled. It is racing, riding and touring across this magnificent country. It is sharing a passion for mountain biking with those who love riding.
From the creators of South Africa’s two favourite mountain bike stage races, the Berg & Bush and Sani2c, comes a ride set to capture the imagination of passionate mountain bikers across the country, if not the world. Starting in the south of Johannesburg and finishing nine days later at Scottburgh on the KwaZulu-Natal coast. Part race part adventure, joBerg2c takes competitors through the country, from the heat and dust of the big city to the cool crisp air of the sea via spectacular mountainous passes.
Using a community-driven formula along the way, the race will also uplift communities and give them a fool-proof way to raise money for their schools, churches and charities. Every organisation who works on joBerg2c will be paid. From road crossings to watering points, it is a way for these communities to raise money and work together for fun.
Our aim is to provide a journey where the destination is less important than the experience along the way.. [Read more]
Cold at night and in the mornings, warm through the day. Sometimes it rains too!
Entry pp R24800 to 28500
joBerg2c is probably the best value 9 day stage race in the world – this is a big statement but don’t take our word for it ask our riders here!!! Four provinces, nine days, nine-hundred kilometres, joBerg2c is not for the feint hearted. You’ll push yourself and your team mate to your limits – crossing some of the most spectacular South African back road landscapes through private farms from Heidelberg to Scottburgh. You wouldn’t miss it for the world, right? Your entry fee includes:
http://www.doitnow.co.za/content/old-mutual-joberg2c-ride-beloved-countryReport by Ico Schutte: "At the halfway mark, riders had to tackle the daunting floating bridges to cross the Vaal River into the Free State. This 300 m long obstacle always provides great thrills and spills, as some unfortunate ones get it all wrong and go for a plunge in the river.....[read more]"http://inthebunch.co.za/2015/04/a-mud-spattered-start-to-joberg2c/#more-6405Report by Coetzee Gouws: "Race day was finally here! Driving to the start, I’m sure most of us were very, very worried as we made our way through a Highveld thunderstorm. Fortunately, by the time we got to the start venue at Karan Beef just outside Heidelberg, the rain had stopped and the clouds had moved on......[read more]"Enter Now