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ABOUT PURE SAVAGE

 

Pure Savage came together at 2011’s Coronation Double Century (CDC). The name was going to be Team Smiles, but when the person who proposed the name was dropping during a training ride because the team kept going out of Zone 2, the name Pure Savage was born.

Adie Watermeyer got the original Pure Savage CDC team together and organised their kit. He made up a sponsor to make them look the part, #OnFireMarketing. They now have two CDC teams, with about 50 riders riding in Pure Savage Kit regularly.

Why We Think the New Short Cycle Tour Rocks

Last week the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust announced that they would be adding a shorter route option on the Saturday in addition to the 109km version on the Sunday. Many people’s first reaction was that this was a possible change to an institution by adding a...
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Pure Savage One Tonner

Pure Savage One Tonner   The One Tonner has always been a testing ground for the team a month before the Xmas of cycling, the Coronation Double Century. This has meant in the past we have had a full contingent of riders hustling in the start chutes in the last week of...
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The Tour de Bootlegger

The 2019 edition of Tour de Bootlegger is taking place on the final day of the Tour de France, 28 July 2019. We have therefore split our tour into 3 stages, The South, The North and the Atlantic Seaboard. Starting at 7:30 at the Bootlegger in Dreyer Street, Claremont....
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New bike day for Kayzer

Nothing beats new bike day, this is why we are so excited we can make it happen again! Thanks to the amazing Pure Savage Ladies Coronation Double century team and the donations from our morning ride group we were able to organize another bike to give away. We like to...
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Knysna Cycle Tour

The annual Knysna Rotary Cycle Tour took place this last weekend on a wet but surprisingly warm weekend. Opting to go back to our roadie routes we decided only to do the long road route on the Sunday and not the mountain bike on the previous day. This decision had...
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