Sunday, March 28, 2010

BULLS clinch win during Epic's Stage 6

SHOOT: The Germans are almost 11 minutes ahead of Stander's Songo Specialized team with MTN another 9 minutes back. With one stage remaining these are likely to be the final podium places - barring of course a huge upset or incident.
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Stage 6 took riders from Worcester to Oak Valley, a distance of 123km and 2 240m of climbing. After a neutral convoy out of Worcester, riders were soon hugging the shores of Brandvlei Dam. Then the ups and downs began; retracing some of the 2009 route in reverse. Climbs were short but some gradients reached up to 26%. A dead-straight chute took the field down to the canals, through the orchards, then into some singletrack and finally over the wall of the vast Theewaterskloof Dam. The race then took a short-cut through a hidden valley to Porcupine Hills before reaching the foot of another monument of the Absa Cape Epic, the Groenlandberg Cape Nature conservation area. Route designer “Dr Evil” found a new way for riders to conquer this beautiful beast.
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