The 2nd WC XCO race takes place at Rhebokskloof, Paarl on 12 March 2022.
Online Entries Close: Wednesday, 9 March 2022
Late Entries: Late entries can be done on Friday at registration at an additional R50. Late entries will not be seeded!
Cycling South Africa Membership and Licence Requirements: To register and race (and to qualify for regional or provincial colours), South African riders must hold a valid Cycling South Africa Membership or Cycling South Africa Full Racing Licence at the time of entry.
Juniors and Elites need to have Cycling South Africa Full Racing Licences and all other categories may have Cycling South Africa Memberships. For more information about Cycling South Africa, Click here
Please ensure that you have paid your Cycling South Africa fee. Kindly bring your printed Membership/Licence Card to registration.
Foreign nationals and others with valid reasons for not having Cycling South Africa Membership/ Licences may purchase a day licence at registration or via the entry process in order to race.
Compulsory Practice: It is compulsory for Nippers and Sprogs to practice the course on the day before the race (Friday) and checking will be done. This is for their safety – to give parents and riders the opportunity to identify which obstacles riders are not competent to ride and to ensure that they do not get lost on route !
Race categories, Entry fees info:
Race categories are based on your 2021 Birthday Age and not on your current age. For example, if you are now 10, but turning 11 on 20 December 2021, you are a Sprog Girl for all 2021 races.
To qualify for WC Colours Awards, you need to enter your Region correctly during the race entry process. And, the Region that you select during the entry process, must be the same as the Region that you have on your Cycling SA profile. Please check and correct you CyclingSA profile if necessary.
To check your Region, click your maps below:
Course and distances
Marking of the Track: Marking of the track and the construction of the race village will commence on Thursday prior to the event.
WPMTBC only take possession of the track being utilized on the commencement of the official practice and at that stage will offer the necessary marshaling and medical services.
Technical/Feed zones: There will be two Technical & Feed zones which will operate back-to-back on the start field. Entrance to these zones will be restricted. Please apply for access at registration.