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94.7 Cycle Challenge

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Covid-19
Date  mid-November
Type  One-day
Nickname(s)  Everyone's Race
94.7 Cycle Challenge
Region  Johannesburg, South Africa
English name  Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge
Discipline  Road, Mountain Bike and Children's events

The Telkom 94.7 cycle challenge is the world's second-largest timed cycle race, after the Cape Argus Cycle Race. It is held annually on cycle challenge Sunday, the third Sunday of November in the city of Johannesburg. Between 20,000 and 30,000 participants complete the challenging 94.7 km (58.8 mi) course every year. The event's main sponsors are 947_(radio_station) and Telkom (In previous years, Momentum.)

The 94.7 Mountain Bike Challenge is held the weekend before the road race. It consists of two distances; a 30 km (19 mi) race and a 55 km (34 mi) race. In 2012 a 40 km (25 mi) fun ride was introduced and took place the day before the 94.7 Mountain Bike Challenge.

References

94.7 Cycle Challenge Wikipedia


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