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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3 days ago

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Seven days of the Momentum Health Cape Pioneer Trek, presented by Biogen is done and our young guns walked away with 2nd on GC and 3 stage wins. Today’s 64km stage saw the top three men’s teams come into Oudtshoorn together as a sprint finish ensued. It was Alan Hatherly and Simon Andreassen who took like honours. Well done on a big week, boys!

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4 days ago

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The Swartberg Showdown on Stage 5 of the Momentum Health Cape Pioneer Trek, presented by Biogen lived up to it’s Queen Stage title. With 2650m of climbing and the finish on top of the Swartberg Pass, it was always going to be difficult. Add in some rain, wind and chilling temperatures and you have yourself a brutal stage The Elite Men took the first 80km fairly steady knowing that the Swartberg Pass was bearing down on them. It was soon after they hit the climb where the racing split. NADProMTB dropped off the pace with around 6km to the top which left Pyga Eurosteel to fight it out with Alan Hathery and Simon Andreassen. After losing contact, Alan and Simon clawed their way back to Pyga for the final 3km. As they neared the summit Pyga was able to get a gap and finished 30s ahead of our boys. We remain in 2nd on GC with a gap of 2:50 to the leaders. One day to go!

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5 days ago

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Stage 4 of the Momentum Health Cape Pioneer Trek, presented by Biogen was the longest stage of the 2018 event and took riders through some treacherous Karoo landscape. The soaring temperatures made the racing that much harder and after 84km or so of racing, the top 3 teams split. It was Team Pyga Eurosteel who took charge and managed to pull a gap of around 1:35 over Alan Hatherly, Simon Andreassen and NAD MTB Team as they crossed the line. After a sprint finish, it was Alan and Simon who took 2nd on the stage and hang onto 2nd overall at +2:20. Two more stages to go 🔥
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