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.

Latest News

Latest Videos

Commonwealth Bronze for Alan Hatherly 

Team Spur’s Alan Hatherly won Bronze in the Men’s Cross-country mountain bike race for Team South Africa at the Commonwealth Games in Australia earlier today, Thursday 12 April. Hatherly finished third in a time of 1:17:56 behind the New Zealand duo of Sam Gaze (1:17:36) and Anton Cooper (1:17:36).

Emphatic Silver for Alan Hatherly at UCI MTB World Champs

Team Spur’s Alan Hatherly capped off his best ever XCO season by finishing in second place in the U23 Men’s race at the UCI MTB World Champs in Australia, on Friday 8 September. Hatherly completed the six laps of the 4.3km course in 1:17:57, some 11 seconds behind New Zealand’s, Sam Gaze who won his second straight U23 World Championship, Maximilian Brandl of Germany rounded out the podium.

Please install the The Events Calendar or The Events Calendar Pro Plugin to display a list of upcoming Events

Facebook Posts

2 days ago

Team Spur

Dropping into today’s race, Alan Hatherly is ready for six laps of the high altitude course. Racing gets under way at 10:15, keep an eye on our twitter page for race updates!

📷 Michal Cerveny

Spur Steak Ranches Specialized Bicycles RSAWEB Enjoy Squirt Cycling Products ROTOR Bike Components Wahoo Fitness South Africa Cape Cycle Systems UNIOR Bike ZA
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 week ago

Team Spur

Our Italian race weekend has come to an end. Alan Hatherly was in Val di Sole for the fourth round of the UCI World Cup Series. Unfortunately an unavoidable crash in front of him, saw Alan go down on lap 1. As the front of the pack flew ahead, Alan fought back valiantly to finish in 21st place. He now travels to Andorra for another shot this Sunday.

Ariane Lüthi was just a few hours away on Saturday as she took on the 119km Südtirol Dolomiti Superbike. Despite the 3000m of climbing, the race was fast paced. Ariane’s 5h30 race saw her claim fourth place.

Photo: Michal Cerveny and Dolomiti Superbike

Spur Steak Ranches Specialized Bicycles RSAWEB Enjoy Squirt Cycling Products ROTOR Bike Components Wahoo Fitness South Africa Cape Cycle Systems Thule UNIOR Bike ZA
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

3 weeks ago

Team Spur

Well done on your victory at the 65km Raid Des Hautes Fagnes Ariane Lüthi!!Congratulations Ariane Luthi winner 65km!! ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook