Team Name: Oryx 1
Dennis Lamminga (South Africa)
Geddan Ruddock (South Africa)
Riaan Van Niekerk (South Africa)
Michael Guard (United Kingdom)
Team Name: Oryx 2
Jean Pierre Du Plessis (South Africa)
Derwyn Oxley (United Kingdom)
Tobias Kämmer (Germany)
Justin Maltby (South Africa)
Oryx Stainless, the international leading company in raw materials Oryx Stainless is one of the leading companies trading in raw materials for the stainless steel production. The core task of our business activities is the handling and processing of stainless steel scrap. Oryx Stainless proves itself with the best contacts
We offer our business partners the ideal combination of various fortes: continuity, competence and individual support on the one hand, strength in balance sheets and international affairs on the other. We stand at your side as a professional, innovative and far-sighted business partner.
Team Name: Elton John Aids Foundation, sponsored by UBS
Nicholas Dlamini (South Africa)
Daniel Jenner (South Africa)
Eckhardt du Toit (South Africa)
Sven Haines (United Kingdom)
The Elton John AIDS Foundation is one of the foremost independent AIDS charities in the world. We fund frontline programmes that help to alleviate the pain - whether physical, emotional or financial - of those living with, affected by or at risk of HIV/AIDS, and to continue the fight against this worldwide pandemic so that no one is left behind.
UBS draws on its 150-year heritage to serve private, institutional and corporate clients worldwide, as well as retail clients in Switzerland. Its business strategy is centered on its pre-eminent global wealth management businesses and its leading universal bank in Switzerland. Together with a client-focused Investment Bank and a strong, well-diversified Global Asset Management business, UBS will expand its premier wealth management franchise and drive further growth across the Group. Headquartered in Zurich and Basel, Switzerland, UBS has offices in more than 50 countries, including all major financial centers, and approximately 61,000 employees.
Team Name: Marsh-Mallows
Dan Marsh (United Kingdom)
Matt Prior (United Kingdom)
Mike Prior (United Kingdom)
Marsh-Mallows is a registered Tour Operator based in Mallorca attracting cyclists mainly from the UK. Our background is in hospitality & sports and we have combined the two to create cycling trips with a bit of a difference.
We create and manage cycling events & challenges of varying scales mainly in Mallorca.
We organise trips to a number of sportives both here & in Europe - 300km of the Vätternrundan in Sweden being the highlight! We also run private bespoke cycling holidays as well as a number of luxury cycling holidays in Mallorca.
What remains constant with Marsh-Mallows is that our trips tend to be holidays not training camps. We use wonderful hotels and our holidays are ideal for couples, friends and non cyclists. We create fully supported rides, with personal touches. Hairpin bends, sweeping descents & challenging climbs along quiet Mallorcan roads... warm spring temperatures and regular connections in & out of Palma. We desperately try to avoid the Hi-dee-Hi style transfers or evening dinners with people you dont want to sit with and you get to experience true island life with people who live & cycle here all year round.
Our aim is to ensure that you return home relaxed and inspired by the cycling, the luxury hotel & the island.
Team Name: JAG
Carl Bonthuys (South Africa)
Joshua Francis (South Africa)
Graham Hector (South Africa)
Vermulen Moeneeb (South Africa)
The JAG Foundation's mentoring, coaching, knowledge and sport programmes target alcohol and drugs head on by demonstrating the rewards of an alternative, positive lifestyle, bringing hope to escape their surroundings, and trying to place them out of reach of gangsterism and the resulting hopeless spiral of criminal behavior. Using sport as a catalyst to teach children to engage in physical activity, absorbing its values and benefits, in order to produce holistically healthy individuals who believe in themselves and their future. The Foundation has the expert skills and experience, the national reach (coaching the coaches structures), the transparency and measurement and the proven success to make this the most efficient and effective use of donor funding.
Team Name: LumoHawk 1
Joel Stransky (South Africa)
Andrew Westaway (South Africa)
Genelle Van der Riet (South Africa)
Joanne McLeod (South Africa)
Team Name: LumoHawk 2
Bruce Arnold (United Kingdom)
Craig Gibson (South Africa)
Greg Imbriolo (South Africa)
Grant Whiteside (United Kingdom)
The LumoHawk Foundation is a small non-profit charity organization, currently in the final steps of being formerly registered. Started 3 years ago by Joel Stransky and Robbie Nilsen the charity raises funds for underprivileged children with a focus on educational and sporting needs.
It is the belief of all involved in managing this small charity that all children should grow up inspired and with a sense of hope, and an education is an important part of this process.
The focus remains the same today. The foundation assists a number of orphanages with the educational costs of the children as well as providing training for many of the "house Moms" in order for these special ladies to be able to begin the educational process of the young children at an early age.
The Foundation also provides a few tertiary education bursaries and has assisted in one or two special needs cases. The LumoHawk Foundation also assists in buying essentials for the kids, such as mattresses, clothing, blankets and even Christmas presents, when the need arises.
Many of the children supported are AIDS orphans and in turn many, but not all, are HIV positive and are on anti-retroviral medication.
The foundation is run and managed by the directors and a couple of very special volunteers. This ensures that there are almost no administrative costs and all monies collected go directly to the worthy causes.
Team Name: CRC 1
Esther Evans (United Kingdom)
Kjetil Forseth (Norway)
Christian Pedersen (Norway)
Robert Cargill (United Kingdom)
Team Name: CRC 2
George Bownes (United Kingdom)
John Brooks (United Kingdom)
Ferdinand Thorne (Barbados)
John Peebles (United States)
Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bike store has grown through hard work, a strong family ethos and investment in stock, systems and most importantly people. We strive to provide you with the best products at the best prices, in the fastest delivery time possible.
We love 'all things bikes' and we are dedicated to keeping the following 5 core values:
We provide worldwide shipping so whether you are just down the road from us or on the other side of the world we strive to deliver your products to the highest standard in the shortest time.
Team Name: Cape Town Giants
Nabigh Davids (South Africa)
Kerwyn Herbert (South Africa)
Shameeg Salie (South Africa)
Bradwin Daniels (South Africa)
Cape Town Giants Cycling Club promotes the amateur and professional sport of cycling, encouraging community participation at all levels using the bicycle for recreation, fitness and competition in a socially conducive environment for the enjoyment of its members. It aims to pool the regions strongest junior riders and present them with the best opportunity to gain exposure to the cycling world.
Team Name: Häagen-Dazs
Zaid Surtee (South Africa)
Ismail Mitha (South Africa)
Luqman Mota (South Africa)
Muneer Mussa (South Africa)
of the Häagen-Dazs® brand is simple: find the purest and finest ingredients in the world and craft them into the best ice cream, sorbet, and frozen yogurt available. It is a way of doing business that is as demanding as it is uncommon and it is the reason why the Häagen-Dazs brand has epitomized fine ice cream for half a century.
Cape Rouleur 2014 Stage 3 results - Dlamini wins 36ONE Yellow Jersey for Elton John Aids Foundation (EJAF)Friday 7th March 2014
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa. Nicholas Dlamini riding for UBS/EJAF has won the coveted 36ONE yellow jersey at this year's Cape Rouleur. Karl Platt of Team Bulls won the Pro Category jersey. The ladies jersey went to Jo Merritt, with the climbers jersey to Josh Hodge and Bradwin Daniels the talented development rider from Cape Town Giants winning the sprinters jersey.Read More ...
A bugs half-life, by Ride Magazine's Time BrinkFriday 7th March 2014
Surreal does not cover the feeling , riding through the Winelands in a cocoon of light, cresting Helshoogte as the sun rose, descending in the dawn.Read More ...