Racing categories including the Amabokke-bokkie Global Mixed Team Championships
We know for most joBerg2c is a tough rewarding ride but for some it is also an awesome dice across South Africa.
The USA calls their baseball the world series, so we have decided to call our Mixed Team Category the Global Mixed Team 9 day Championships – so the team who wins this category will be the Global Mixed Team 9 day MTB champions. It is remarkable that this category is so popular and yet does not get the recognition it deserves – so we have changed that. We have many more female riders in this section and it makes sense to get more ladies riding through the mixed category if that is the trend.
Only sections with 10 or more teams or 20 or more solo riders will constitute a racing category. Eg: If there are only a few female vet teams and masters they will just be part of the overall women’s section.
For a full breakdown of how our racing and category works please visit – The category is determined by the youngest member of the team:
|Category||Minimum age||Maximum age|
|World Champs Mixed team||19||99|
|Vets mens team||40||49|
|Vet men solo||40||49|
|Masters mens team||50||99|
|Master men solo||50||99|
The Tandem Category
The joBerg2c is perfect for proper mountain bike tandems. We have even had a team with a blind member Douglas Sidialo, on the back and they managed to get through. So with this in mind, there will be a tandem category if we get enough tandems. Three tandem teams constitutes a race.
The Buffalo category is a weight division for South African mountain biking! Riders need to weigh at least 90kgs in order to qualify. Therefore the minimum weight for a team is 180kgs. To register for this fun category go to the Buffalo website.
There will only be prize money in the Amabokke-bokkie Global Mixed Champs – so find a partner now if you want to go for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow nation.
See Prize money for full breakdown.