Team Spur is a professional South African mountain bike team, sponsored by Spur Steak Ranches and Specialized Bicycles. Team riders Ariane Lüthi and Alan Hatherly are proud ambassadors of the Spur Schools Mountain Bike League.

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Ariane Lüthi Claims Third Swiss Marathon Championship Title

On Sunday morning, 30 September, Team Spur’s Ariane Lüthi lined up in Einsiedeln, Switzerland, close to the southern shores of Lake Zurich for the start of the Swiss Marathon Championships. One hundred kilometers – and over 3,700m of climbing – later the Swiss powerhouse came home ahead of compatriot Esther Süss to reclaim her national jersey in the discipline, adding the 2018 honour to her victories in 2016 and 2013.

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1 week ago

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Tune in to the The Dan Nicholl Show tonight at 7pm to catch Alan Hatherly as he sits alongside AB_Devilers and Dj,zinhle. Alan discusses his best season of racing yet, from a serious crash in February to his World Champs Title in September!

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2 weeks ago

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What a way to end of the racing season! Alan Hatherly and Simon Andreassen finished off their Wines2Whales expedition with two stage wins and second place on GC. We spent the final day trying to gap @nadpromtb with the hopes to move up on GC, but they proved too strong and maintained their lead.
Nevertheless we had a blast chasing them around the Overberg trails this weekend! Now for some time off the bike 🤘🏻

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2 weeks ago

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After 66km and mostly single track racing at Wines2Whales, it still came down to a sprint for the line. With around 10km to go, Alan Hatherly and picked up the pace and split the bunch. It was just Matt Beers and Wessel Botha who could hang on for the final push.

The sprint ended in our favour as we took the stage win. GC remains the same and we enter Stage 3 2:54 behind the leaders. Solid riding out there boys!

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