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Nedbank XC on 04 July 2020 done and dusted

View your results: Nedbank XC 2   We are slowly returning back to a “new…

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Results for Nedbank XC – 20 June 2020

click here to download the results for our Nedbank XC held on 20 June 2020: …

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The much anticipated Nedbank XC 1-2020 MTB event

On 20 June 2020, the Rock and Rut MTB club hosted the long awaited Nedbank…

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Important Information: Start Times and number of laps Nedbank XC1 – 20 June 2020

HOPE YOU  ARE AS EXCITED AS WE ARE !! Please find attached your starting times…

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How to register for our Rock and Rut Nedbank XC events

Your Rock and Rut Mountain Bike Club has a new, more secure website with an…

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“We are getting back on track” – Rock and Rut Nedbank XC on 20 June 2020!!!

Breaking News!!! “WE ARE GETTING BACK ON TRACK”   Our first Rock and Rut Nedbank…

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Important message from the Rock and Rut Chairperson!!!

Dear Rock & Rut Members! Dear Cycling Community!! The Rock and Rut Club Committee had…

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Nedbank XC1 UCI C1 and UCI Junior series XCO – event cancelled

Date: 27-28 March 2020 Where: IJG Trails, Kleine Kuppe UCI categories: Juniors and Elite/U23 NON…

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The Rock and Rut Mountain Bike Club hit the ground running with humble beginnings in 1999.
It was founded by a few mountain bike enthusiasts.

The club has at its heart the aim to unite cyclists from all walks of life in the spirit of sportsmanship, camaraderie, comradeship and Ubuntu.

The XC series is an exciting item on the club’s calendar which is hosted throughout the year and continues to cater for riders with different levels of skills and fitness.

The flagship event, The Otjihavera Challenge, attracts national and international riders who unite to transcend physical and mental boundaries.

Rock and Rut MTB club aims to develop mountain biking in the Land of the Brave, with the future focus of taking the sport to the masses and bridging the gap between social constructs such as gender.

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