South African Cycling

Ride arranged in memory of Greg Anderson

2017-08-04 14:00
Greg Anderson (Supplied)

Cape Town - Well-known South African mountain biker Greg Anderson was killed in a hit and run on Sunday, July 16, while training in Mpumalanga.

Anderson, 57, finished second with team-mate Deon Kruger in the Grand Masters category at the 2017 Absa Cape Epic and second with Andrew McLean in the same division at the 2015 Cape Epic, winning the final stage in the process.

Anderson completed nine Cape Epics and was a regular podium finisher in his age category in mountain bike races.

Absa have organised a ride in his memory and have requested, if possible, for those interested to wear an item of red clothing and to email the RSVP as an indication of attendance.

Date: Sunday, August 6
Johannesburg: Northern Farms – Map/Directions
Cape Town: Jonkershoek – Map/Directions
Time: 07:00 for 07:30

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