A letter from the Dryland team: Covid-19

To our Dryland Family   We’re all in this together. While we’re mindful of the fact that the current situation and prohibition of large gatherings have a direct impact on the events industry, we thought it necessary to inform you of the current developments within Dryland and what our plans are to mitigate the current…

The e-volution of mountain biking

TUESDAY 6 AUGUST 2019 Dryland Event Management have announced the inclusion of an E-Bike category for a selected few of their mountain biking events. As one of South Africa’s leading event companies, this comes as monumental news as a new door of opportunity opens for all riders – irrespective of their fitness or ability. “We…

Tankwa Trek adds an Additional Stage

Dryland Event Management – the organisers of the Momentum Health Tankwa Trek, presented by Biogen, the only UCI S1 category stage race in South Africa – are proud to announce the addition of a 4th stage to the 2019 Tankwa Trek. The new stage will take place on the afternoon of Thursday the 7th of…

36ONE MTB Challenge 2019 Entries Open

General entries to The 36ONE MTB Challenge 2019, which will take place from the 17th to the 19th of May next year, will open at 12:00 midday on Friday the 1st of June. Following the release of 100 The 36ONE Challenge – Solo entries being made available in late April and throughout May, the opening…

Bekkenk and Dreyer Race to 36ONE Success

Ramses Bekkenk and Jeannie Dreyer rode to dominant victories at the 2018 36ONE MTB Challenge in Oudtshoorn on Saturday, the 21st of April. While Bekkenk started fast and missed out on the course record, Dreyer paced her race to perfection; finishing strong to smash her 2015 record by half an hour. In the other categories,…

Champions Return to The 36ONE

This Friday, the 20th of April, the defending 36ONE MTB Challenge champions, Ramses Bekkenk and Jeannie Dreyer, will line up alongside 781 fellow mountain bikers to take on the 361 kilometre long circumnavigation of the Klein Karoo. The pair will no doubt be out to break their own course records, but will not have it…