Sani2C – Two wheels for Four Paws!
Sani2c began as the dream of Farmer Glen Haw, an avid mountain bike enthusiast and co-organiser of the Imana Wild Ride. In 1998 he completed the first trial run and the following year, the route was refined with the objective of establishing a world-class route.
Figure 1: Pictured (left to right) 2012 Team: Nic Shaw, Marnix de Lorm, Myles & Justin Agar
In 2004, Glen was confident that a worthy route had been established and agreed to by all the relevant landowners and authorities.
February 2005 saw the inaugural Sani2c, which was highly successful, despite the heavy rain and muddy conditions of Day 2. Public response to this “lifestyle event” was overwhelming and the race has grown to massive proportions. In 2012, the sani2c add-ed a third leg to cater for an ever-increasing demand.
The event now consists of a race for serious competitors, and two adventure trail compo¬nents for competent social riders, who tackle the same 270-kilometre course over three days through southern KwaZulu-Natal.
In 2012 Justin Agar put together a team of four riders and raised significant funds for the South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind (SAGA) and this year he has managed to recruit 3 more riders.
The team consists of Justin Agar, Grant Rennie, Marnix de Lorm, Myles Agar, Nic Shaw, Nico Bezuidenhout, Phillip Hechter and Werner Cilliers.
The riders take to the hills between 15th -18th May 2013, and on behalf of all at SA Guide-Dogs Association we wish Justin and his team a safe ride and the very best in this amazing race of endurance. Thank you to all sponsors for supporting the cause!