Delta Dash Endurance Challenge

The Delta Park Endurance Challenge is in its sixth year.

The six-hour Delta Dash Endurance Challenge mountain bike race takes place on 18 April, at Delta Park School AND Delta Park.

A safe, green haven for mountain bikers, Delta Park offers 13 hectares of grassland and woodland to explore, while the school sports fields provide the perfect viewpoint from which to follow the racing, watch team changeovers and enjoy the super-fast section through the school itself which is always the highlight of the cyclists’ laps.

Ahead of the bike race is the Delta Dash Fun Run/Walk at 7am, ending at 8am. Entries for the fun walk/run take place on the day at the Delta Park School Sports Grounds.

The Endurance Challenge starts at 9am and finishes at 3pm with prize-giving afterwards. There’s a cash prize up for grabs for first place in all categories.

Cyclists who want to test their stamina can enter the solo category. For the more sociable, there is a three-man team category.

Delta Park School is a public school from Grade 1 to Grade 12 for pupils who experience barriers to learning, which prevent them from coping adequately in a mainstream environment. All proceeds from this annual event go to the school and are used for additional therapies, equipment, interactive white boards, computers and for assisting learners with sporting activities.


Fun Run Times: 7am – 8am

Cost: R20 per adult; R10 per child

Distance: 5km


No Helmet! No Ride!

Six-hour endurance Mountain Bike Race

5–7km laps: most completed laps in time allowed will win prize money.

Team/Individual race.

Entry fee: R160 per rider for the race

Race times: 9am – 3pm

Prize-giving: 3.30pm

Prize: Prizes for first place in all categories.

Details: Sue Greaves, Delta Dash Organising Committee, [email protected] or 082 781 1889.

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