Our sponsors are not just sponsors. They play an active and essential role in making the Old Mutual joBerg2c a success.
The financial gurus who have backed us from the beginning.
Not only are Avis Van Rental our transport support partner moving 800 bags and 1000 mattresses daily, whilst assisting the event with a range of support vehicles, they also help us transport the event into the homes and offices of our riders their friends and families, via TV, PC, and smart phones as our media broadcast sponsor.
Responsible for the maintenance of the N3 from Johannesburg to Durban through the N3TC toll concession – they are fully behind the Old Mutual joBerg2c to help create a single-track trail from Gauteng to the coast. They will be involving their N3 Gateway partners to bring a real South African flavour to the event. Their sponsorship will be used to fund local labour in creating and maintaining our trails.
Our new legal partners for expert counsel. Not only do they love to ride, they are also pretty good at drafting.
A proud group of serious but fun volunteers who devote their spare time to saving people’s lives. They provide much more than just search and rescue for our journey, they offer a complete peace-of-mind solution for all riders.
A locally designed mountain bike brand who are proud to provide backup bikes in case a critical failure renders your own bike useless.
Miele, manufacturer of the world’s finest appliances, is proper proud to be sponsoring the joBerg2c laundry service
Insuring your bike from the start line to the finish line at Scottburgh for theft and major frame damage. The offer excludes movable parts.
First Ascent are very proud to be the apparel partner of the Old Mutual JoBerg2c. As a truly South African brand, the association is one that fits with both our ethos and our brand identity. The race celebrates the journey and the joy of spending 9 days mountain biking and, as a brand, we have positioned ourselves to be a part of the journey with you.
Sappi are proud to be associated with a world-class event such as the Old Mutual joBerg2c. The race will traverse Sappi plantations, give back to local communities and provide mountain bikers with the opportunity to “ride the beloved country”.
Keeping the race village hygiene standards high with hygiene spray stations throughout.
Stuf will be providing riders will all the Stuf they need to protect themselves from the stuffing sun, to wash their stuffing dirty hair, and for them to generally look cool – in English they will do sunscreen and shampoo for the event.