WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Venue

The iconic SUPERSPORT PARK in West Street, Centurion.

Getting there: Click Here!

Entry Fee

Cost to enter the Medihelp trapNET 2019:

95km: R350

Entries close at 23h59 on 16 September 2019

This event is timed by RaceTec.

Registration

Registration will take place at the following venues:

• Supersport Park – Friday, 27 September from 10:00 – 19:00

• Supersport Park – Saturday, 28 September from 09:00 – 16:00

 No registration on the morning before the start of the event.

Official starting time:

29 September at 06:30
Cyclists will be seeded according to their ability based on previous results.

Cut-Off Times

40km at 10h25
71km at 12h30
Times above based on full entry field. Subject to change.


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Seeding

The Medihelp trapNET is the final cycling event that can be used to improve cyclists’ seeding for Ride Joburg (947 Cycle Challenge), while the event is also an Official Premier Seeding Event of the 2020 Cape Town Cycle Tour.

prize giving

Prize Giving will take place at 11h00, results dependant.

Timing

Timing results for the road event to be done by RaceTec.

Each entrant must be in the possession of a RaceTec timing chip to receive timing.

Each cyclist must carry the RaceTec timing chip for the duration of the event.

RaceTec timing chips will be for sale at the registration venues as well as at the start at a cost of R150.00

NO CHIP: NO RESULTS, NO PRIZE MONEY, NO TROPHY.

Prize Money

The event has a prize purse of R65 000 and all category winners will receive prize-money. Prize-giving will take place at 11h00 on race day and all category winners must be present.

Elite & U23 Men & Elite Ladies

First

Second

Third

R10 000

R7 000

R5 000

Junior Men
First Second Third
R1 000 R750 R500
Vet Men (30-39), Vet Men (40-49) and Vet Men (50+)
First Second Third
R2 500 R1 500 R1 000
Tandem (Overall)
First Second Third
R2 000 R1 500 R1 000

NOTE: There must be at least 3 riders in a particular category for eligibility of Prize money to be paid. Prize money will only be paid to the 1st place finisher, in the event that 3 (three) or less riders finish in that category, and Prize money paid to the top 3 (three) finishers in the event that 4 (four) or more riders complete the event for that category