Many sporting codes in the country are already in full swing but cycling has been static. That will come to an end soon following meetings between CyclingSA and government to ensure mass participation, single-day and stage events resume with strict Covid-19 measures. It starts next month with the Cape Town Cycle tour, followed by Absa Cape Epic and the 94.7 Ride Joburg Race in November. Tshepo Thobane has more. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - Cycling South Africa say it is all hands on deck as they brace themselves for some major mass participation events.
With government approving their return to play covid plan, the cycling calendar is already packed with big races starting as early as next month.
However, key races will have to proceed without international participants.
Cycling South Africa and government have had meetings to ensure mass participation, single-day and stage events resume with strict Covid-19 measures.
It starts on 10 October with the Cape Town Cycle tour followed by Absa Cape Epic on 17 October the 94.7 Ride Joburg Race in November.
* enCA's Tshepo Thobane reports.