The 30th annual Momentum Knysna Cycle Tour was a great success! Thank you to all the cyclists who supported us. All results are available at See you in Knysna next year 30 June & 1 July 2018.

MTB Events

Saturday 30 June

80 km, 50 km, 30 km & 15 km

NEW! 30 km E-bike route + new route for 15 km

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Road Races

Sunday 1 July

115 km & 50 km

NEW! 115 km and 50 km MTB categories

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Children’s Races

Sunday 1 July

Spur Children’s Cycle Tour

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Forest Family Dam Ride

Sunday 1 July

30 km & 20 km scenic route into the Knysna forests

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30 June – 7 July

Please complete one online entry form for all 5 events.

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Latest news

YES! Zig Zag Zach did it!

Inspirational 10-year-old hand cyclist Zach Rauch Legward managed to fulfill his goal to be the youngest differently-abled competitor to complete the Momentum Knysna Cycle Tour 50km road race. He finished the race with Team Zig Zag looking fresh, just as the rain started to fall. His time was 04:01:51. Zach has been cycling for the

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Successful Knysna Cycle Tour kickstarts 35th Oyster Festival

This year’s Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival kicked off with a successful Momentum Knysna Cycle Tour which saw thousands of cyclists descend on Knysna for the two-day event. About 3,500 riders competed in the MTB races on Saturday, which saw Matthys Beukes, Team PYGA Euro Steel, win the 80km MTB event in 02:47:02. He

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Two first time winners for Knysna Cycle Tour road race

Brendon Davids clinched his first Momentum Knysna Cycle Tour road race title today, finishing the 115km event in a time of 02:45:30 and beating Reynard Butler and Thando Zothe by more than a minute. In a sprint finish Butler (02:47:19 ) beat Zothe (02:47:20) by just a split second. Davids, who rides for Team Road

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Beukes breaks own course record to take MTB 80km race

Matthys Beukes, Team PYGA Euro Steel, has won the Momentum Knysna Cycle Tour 80km MTB event in 02:47:02, beating Gert Heyns (02:51:29) by more than three minutes and breaking the course record he set in 2015 of 02:52:12. Third was Matt Beers, just a split second behind Heyns (02:51:30). About 3,500 riders competed in the

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