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Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - Middelburg

When: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (All-day event)
Where: Middelburg
Main Activity: Adventure Racing

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Report by Garth Humphries

Mark had been tempting me with a Full Moonentry for some time and eventually I decided it was time to bite the bullet andgo for it. Having done several ... [More...]

Report by Jacques Lubbe

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Event detail

  • The race will cover 120 km.
  • Top teams are expected to finish the course in 12 hours with the last team in at 24 hours.
  • All teams should be able to finish before 13h00 Sunday afternoon.

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RACE CONCEPT
Adventure racing is a multi-discipline endurance sport where competitors compete in teams, navigating from control point to control point in a number of disciplines.Disciplines may include: mountain biking, trekking, kayaking, swimming, rope work and orienteering. Teams are expected to navigate using a map and landmarks. Teams must be able to operate in harsh remote environments in all weather conditions.
Teams race throughout the night.  They can decide if, when and where to rest. The first team to complete all the race legs will be declared the winner.
Teams are required to complete the entire race distance together (always within hearing and visual distance of each other), helping and assisting each other.
Teamwork and team dynamics are essential. A detailed understanding of your teammates and of your own capabilities is essential.

TIMES
Registration:    Saturday 09h00-10h00
Race briefing and team introduction: Saturday 10h00.
Race maps and race books handout: Saturday 10h00
Race planning:    Saturday 10h00-12h30
Questions and answers:   Saturday 12h30
Race box hand in:   Saturday 12h45
Race start:    Saturday 13h00
Brunch:     Sunday 9h00- 14h00
Prize giving:    Sunday 12h00
Race cut off:    Sunday 14h00

RACE VILLAGE
A tented race village will be erected at the start/finish.
Each team will have a designated four person tent.
The tent will be ready for use for teams arriving for registration on Saturday before race start.
The tent will be ready for use for teams finishing the race. The camp will be dismantled on Sunday morning after prize giving.
Teams can use Picture for article their tents to keep their belongings, refill their supplies and sleep.

RACE GEAR BOXES
One of the great aspects of this overnight race is the unsupported nature of the race. Teams will need to plan meticulously all their equipment and sustenance, and then pack them into their race boxes.
Race organizers will move these boxes to various points on the course.
The use of boxes makes this a true unsupported race, making it easier for teams to compete on an even playing field.
Teams will receive waterproof gear boxes at the start in which to pack gear and food.
Boxes will be available at designated transition areas somewhere on route. The position of these transition areas will be indicated in the race book.

RACE DISCIPLINES
Mountain biking – teams should be prepared for a range of riding including single track, steep hills, gravel roads and sealed roads.
Trekking – will involve travelling by foot through rugged terrain. Trekking will be over diverse terrain.
Kayaking – kayaking may be on rivers, lakes, or white water. Details will be outlined at race briefing. Kayaks and paddles will be provided by race organisers
Rope work - can consits of absailing, traversing, ascending etc. Organisers will provide all equipment.
Orienteering – orienteering is an extremely important part of the race. The course is not marked and teams are required to navigate Picture for article using map and compass. Teams may be split up in to pairs on orienteering legs.

RACE MAPS
Maps supplied will be 1:50 000 topographical maps.
Routes will be given out as course progresses.
Waterproofing of maps is essential. Waterproofing must be done in such a way that it does not stop teams to copy the route on to the map as race progress.
Stationary materials for preparing route on map are needed. Different coloured pens, sellotape, scissors, etc.
If the map is lost or damaged it will not be replaced by the organisers.

COMPETENCY CHECKS
At least two members of the team must be capable of navigating by compass and map during the day and night. The team must be able to orientate a map, identify grid references on a map, take a bearing between two points on a map, and understand the impact of magnetic declination.
The teams must be able to describe what their team would do if it becomes lost.
At least one member of the team should have experience in basic First Aid.
All team members must be suitably competent in all disciplines included in the event as specified by the race organiser and be able to complete the event without any assistance from any person other than own team members.
The following Kayaking Skills must be mastered: managing a capsized craft in Picture for article deep water; righting and emptying a craft in deep water; getting back in and continuing paddling.
Swimming 100m of any stroke.
There will be no competency checks at registration. by entering this event, teams ackwoledge that they are competent in all the skills required to complete an event of this nature.EVENT

COMPULSORY COMPETITOR EQUIPMENT (Equipment rules are not enforced to inconvenience competitors)

Competitors must each be equipped with the following minimum equipment, and it must be on the competitor at all times.
* Approved cycling helmet and mountainbike.
* Whistle. Must always be reachable: when cycling or trekking on your backpack’s shoulder strap, when paddling on your lifejacket.
* Headlight or torch. Functional and water resistant with sufficient quantity of batteries.
* At least a 2-litre hydration system (water bottles or bladder).
* Sufficient food for the duration of the race.
* Space/Safety blanket
* Waterproof jacket.
* Fleece top
* Buff or balaclava or beanie
* Knife
* Life jacket
* Lighting system for your bicycle. Functional and water resistant with sufficient quantity of batteries. Can be your headlight. It will be Full Moon.
* Mountain bike repair kit
* Glow stick. Must be able to last for the whole race.
* Hat and sunscreen.

COMPULSORY TEAM EQUIPMENT
Each team must be equipped with the following minimum equipment, and it must be with the team at all times.
* 1 Compass. A proper stand-alone compass, not Picture for article integrated in watch.
* Back pack.  Minimum of one backpack per team.
* 1 Cell phone
* 1 First aid kit.
* Cycle computer
* 1 Shelter
* Water purification tablets
* Matches or lighter
* Money
* Pen or pencil
* Kayak equipment bag. Only with team on kayak legs.

EQUIPMENT DEFINED
* Backpack – any form of backpack capable of containing the equipment and provisions required by the team. Teams must be able to carry their running shoes on the cycling legs.
* Waterproof jacket - Jacket must be waterproof, windproof, breathable, with a hood, be tape sealed and be suitable for potentially extreme conditions. Do not skimp on a light weight    jacket that will not protect you in bad weather.
* First Aid Kit – the first aid kit should contain the necessary equipment to cope with injuries while far from assistance. e.g. gauze, muscle-rub (arnica oil, Voltaren/Reparil Gel), anti-inflammatory tablets, anti-histamine tablets, painkillers, headache tablets, antiseptic solution (Dettol/Savlon), triangular bandage, plasters, rehydration powder (Rehidrate), strapping tape, latex gloves, roller bandage, 5ml syringe and needles (for draining blisters) and personal medication (asthma pump, anti-histamines).
* Kayak equipment bag. Any type of bag (marked with the team number) that can contain the whole team’s lifejackets and paddling specific clothing. This bag must be close-able and be able to be attached to the kayak securely. Not a plast

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Disclaimer: This info is accurate at time of posting. Please confirm in good time prior to the event.
Contact Mark Dickson on (082) 469-5586 if you have any questions or need additional help with this activity.

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Garth Humphries's report

Added on Mon, 24 Oct 2011 0:00 AM

Mark had been tempting me with a Full Moon entry for some time and eventually I decided it was time to bite the bullet and go for it. Having done several of the Kinetic Sprint Races I was looking forward to a “proper” adventure race.

I had to trust Mark’s judgement and so only met my team mates a few days before the race. To look at them they appeared to be quite normal and, as two of them had experienced at least part of a race before, we weren’t all going into it completely blind. Leonard had successfully completed the previous Full Moon, Gilles had managed part of a Full Moon (a half moon, at a guess) before withdrawing due to illness. This left me and Tamryn as the new kids.  

The rest of the team headed to Middleburg on Friday, giving them plenty of time to bond and drink beer. After a hectic week at work I needed Friday evening to get ready and any hope of a good night’s sleep was dashed as, having moving recently, I had to turn the house upside down trying to find the various boxes holding hidden treasure such as all the kit I needed. With the shops closed time was not on my side to buy replacements but eventually I traced everything I needed. I had to start packing. The beautiful Assitport Logo had been stitched into my new back pack but in doing so I lost the use of an internal pocket which had been grabbed by the sewing machine!

I was up at 05:00 Saturday morning. Having been advised by my team that the journey had taken them 4 hours on Friday afternoon I was a little anxious but a mere 2 ½ hours journey time saw me parking my car at the start. The first thing I noticed was the awesome Assitport Adventure Racing Club trailer being set up. It was eye-catching and a real bonus as I saw other teams picking a patch of grass here or a bit of shade there to set up camp.

I found the build up to the start rather frustrating. Coming from a mountain biking background where the races start first thing to avoid the heat of the day, it was very slow to get going. Eventually we got our maps and Leonard got to work with the plotting, cutting and sticking together of our route. Planning how we were going to get around the CPs was great fun and not too taxing. I learnt quite a bit from the experience in terms of having a back up route in case the first option is no good. I would never have thought of bringing highlighters, pens, sellotape and scissors to an adventure race but I will never go without again!

The pocket guide book was studied and, based on the information within, we decided what kit we needed to load into which of our two containers to be dropped at which transition point. It is essential to get this right as failure to have the right kit at the right time leaves you compromised, as we found out to our detriment.

At last, 13:00 came around and we were off on a 48km cycle. Options for routes to the first CP were limited so it was a cloud of dust that saw all of us pedal madly in the same direction. We missed our first turning but quickly realised and got ourselves back on track. I spotted the CP discretely positioned in a tree at the bottom of a descent. Clearly thought out by the organisers, we realised that many teams must have flown past at speed and missed it. This meant we met many teams over the next 5km all heading towards us as they retraced their steps in an attempt to try and find the elusive CP1. As our initial mistake had cost us time, it buoyed our spirits to know we weren’t last.

It soon became apparent that there were huge disparities in the level of fitness and ability on the bikes. Poor Tamryn had a bike that was too small for her. The seat post would not allow the saddle to be raised to the correct height and that meant she was in trouble from the start. If the saddle is too low and the leg is not extended fully on each turn of the pedal, the knees take strain.

A gentle hand on her Camel Bac saw her propelled up most of the hills, and then along some of the flats and eventually on a few of the downhills! Along the way to the first transition point (TP), we found all of the CPs and marked them off without any bother. The end of the cycle saw us at the northern bank of Middleburg Dam. We had a special bag into which our kit not needed on the kayak but which would be needed for the next stage, a 6km trek, was placed. This was to be loaded onto a trailer for delivery to the other end of the dam. As we arrived, the trailer headed off with its first load and we were told to drop our bag “right here” for it to be loaded onto the trailer on its return. We headed to the water’s edge dragging our kayaks. My scuba boots kept my feet warm and dry as we jumped aboard and set off.

There was a persistent wind blowing 45 degrees off our starboard stern. It made it really awkward to paddle in a straight line. We were carrying a GPS tracker and I need to look at the interesting route we must have taken. The route was set at 8km but I wouldn’t be surprised if we did 12km! This is the one discipline I have found it hard to practise. An inflatable in the bath just doesn’t cut it. As we reached the bottom of the dam it turned left and when we had convinced ourselves we were finished another stretch of water opened up. Eventually we hit land and had to carry the kayak about 500m to the truck. But where was our bag? We hunted high and low but it was not there. Eventually we called Heidi. Having described the bag there were some expletives on the other end of the phone as our bag was “right here” where we’d left it. Heidi’s personal slave, Stefan, was dispatched to bring it to us.

Running over a stony Jeep track in scuba boots is not something I recommend! Half an hour after we needed it, our bag caught up with us and we quickly made the transition into trekking gear - Heaven for my feet. Our navigator pointed us in the right direction and we were off. The sun was setting and a chill wind was blowing. Unfortunately, our Google map did not benefit from waterproofs for the kayak leg so we were navigating with paper mache. We got the first couple of points easily but the final one was overshot. Many teams passed us as we headed away from the TP to find our last CP. Once found, it was back to the TP to eat and change before tackling the next stage, 50km of cycling. Drama for Gilles as he realised he had left his cycling shoes in the Kayak bag! This was an unfortunate mistake as he now had to face 50km of riding in takkies with only tiny little spd pedals to push on. Ouch!

Fed and watered, lights on the bikes, we set off. Tamryn’s knees were suffering so we started slowly. This leg was filled with frustration for me. As a cyclist, I cannot stand going so slowly so I did plenty of pushing. One of the team had no puncture protection so sorting 3 punctures delayed us further. The final assault, the hill back up to the TP was brutal and Tamryn could not continue on the bike. She was brave and tried so hard but there are times when the body just says “no”. Tamryn’s bike is quite new so the metal it is made from is probably some sort of fancy alloy. I would think it is a mixture of cast iron and lead with a smattering of depleted uranium. I was

Jacques Lubbe's report

Added on Fri, 21 Oct 2011 0:00 AM

The Honey badger or Ratel is a tenacious small carnivore that has a reputation for being, pound for pound, Africa's most fearless animal despite its small size. It is even listed as the "most fearless animal in the world" in the 2002 Guinness Book of Records. Tales of their fondness for honey and the foraging association between the Greater Honeyguide and honey badgers have reached almost legendary proportions.

A new look Ratels team entered the Middleburg Full Moon due to injuries to Francois Maartens (broken wrist) and Lloyd Bradford (hamstring & glut) from that treacherous downhill at Full Moon Verlorenkloof.

Brothers Francois and Nico van Schalkwyk joined ex varsity roommates Wynand van Schalkwyk and Jacques Lubbe (yours truly) for a race that would ultimately test our tenacity and reward us with some sweetness along the way.

As far as training went, I couldn’t have asked for a better run up to the race. Wynand and I had a good Kinetic 25km race at Makiti and I was probably on top form 2 weeks prior to the Full Moon. And then the flu hit me. For 2 weeks I couldn’t shake it. I was in 2 minds whether to quit and drop the team or go for it. On race morning I felt a bit better and thought I would be ok…

Race Planning
We copied all the points from the maps and started planning our routes. At face value it seemed simple enough. Cycle 50km to Middleburg dam; paddle across the dam; run back to transition; cycle back to Ribbokkloof and end with an 8km hike. The railway lines seemed to make the most sense assuming the service roads were in reasonable condition. But having raced 3 Full Moons before, we knew it wouldn’t be so simple and we definitely weren’t going to take the 8km hike lightly – the 10km hike at Verlorenkloof took us 6 hours when we got stuck on top of the mountain in the mist!

Before the race we decided:
  • To finish under 20 hours as a team
  • Not to follow any other team
  • Take the road/easier route rather than bundu bash
The Assitport gazebo and the shed on Ribbokkloof farm provided much needed shade during the last hour leading up to the start. The boeries also filled the gap quite nicely.

Leg 1: 48km Cycle
The start was a scramble as usual with adrenalin pumping and everyone just rearing to go. The nifty Salomon race bibs make it difficult to recognize team mates and stay together as everybody looks the same.

300m from CP1, the leading teams passed us and went back to the tar road. They had obviously chosen to take the faster tar road than the service road next to the rail way line. We thought we had made a navigational error and started doubting ourselves. A quick recheck of the map and some debate, we decided to stick to the plan.

When we got to the railway line the road running parallel to the railway line looked in better nick than the service road. A quick change of plans saw us taking a slight detour, but we probably saved some energy.

We started to pick up the pace with some peloton style cycling, each guy pulling for 6km and the rest neatly tucked away in the slipstream.

We finished the cycling leg in 15th position, averaging 21km/hr including stoppages and at that stage I felt great, but should have taken note of the warning signs. My heart rate was on average 10bpm higher than normal under similar circumstances.

Leg 2: 8km Paddle
Transitioning turned out to be our Achilles heel during the race. We took 17min at T1 and lost 2 positions. Brothers van Schalkwyk quickly showed their athletic ability as they powered ahead of Wynand and I, leaving us in their wake.

Some zig zag paddling across the dam with the waves constantly pushing us off to the right and I could feel the strength in my arms waning with each stroke. Never the less we managed to catch 1 team during the paddle.

Leg 3: 8km Run/Hike
I developed an irritating cramp on my inside thigh during the paddle that plagued me during the rest of the race.

A relatively quick transition at T2, running at an average of 10km/hr taking turns to carry the back packs and spot on navigation by Wynand saw to it that we overtook 4 teams during this leg.

I recall running past Team Lickety Split and Francois dropping a remark of the hare and the tortoise. This would not be the last we see of them…

Leg 4: 51km Cycle
Another slow transition at T1 taking us 28min, cost us 1 position as we started off in 13th. It was during this leg that our tenacity and team work would be put to the test.

No sooner had we started, I could feel the cramp in my inner thigh flame up. I could easily maintain a high enough cadence, but the moment I put some more resistance on the gears my leg would go.

Starting off at 1 525m above sea level, we had to climb to 1 750m over the next 51km to get to Ribbokkloof. I knew it was going to be tough.

12km into the cycle the wind started to pick up seriously. Thoughts of the Heidelberg tornado raced through our minds as we changed into our waterproof jackets.

The 3 van Schalkwyks were strong on the bikes. I was holding them back. It was the first time ever I considered giving up. A tough psychological battle ensued within me. At stages I could feel my body shaking from cold fever, my backpack pulling heavily on my shoulders and my thigh cramping with every peddle stroke. I felt guilty as teams passed us, as I just couldn’t keep up with the pace. I dragged myself to the half way mark and decided to pull myself together, the taste of finishing this race was going to be so much sweeter under the circumstances. 26km to go. Exactly the same distance as my morning ride back home. I mentally pictured where I was exactly on my morning loop as Wynand read off the distances to next turn offs and CP’s. Some words of encouragement from my fellow Ratels helped me pull myself over that last km, which was by far the toughest of the race.

T3 at Ribbokkloof was a welcome site. We pulled into transition in 15th position losing out 2 positions. Not bad considering the circumstances.

Leg 5: 13km Hike
A quick kit inspection didn’t result in any penalties for us, unlike Verlorenkloof where we didn’t have a shelter with us, resulting in a 2 hour penalty.

We were just about to leave transition, when our Honeyguides, the ladies marshalling at T3, pointed out the hot chocolate to us. Like true Ratels, we stopped in our tracks, pulled up some chairs and enjoyed every sip. By far the highlight of our race!

Needless to say, we lingered at T3 for a whopping 41 min, losing out another position. We finally set off on the hike, expecting the worst, with Verlorenkloof still imprinted in our minds. The Blinkblaar chalet, where we booked in for the weekend was also very tempting at that stage.

Sticking to our plan, we decided not to walk through the valleys but rather around it. Making the hike 13km instead of 8km. We met up with some other teams as we all struggled to find the CP at the edge of the forest. We stopped, oriented our map and were back on track again. Wynand was leading the way with some pin point navigating.

We once again came across Lickety Split at the checkpoint at the farm gate before we set off for the last CP at the game fence. We erred on the side of caution again and took the hiking trail up the side of the hill, while Lickety Split went straight over the hill and beat us to it. With the end in sight, we threw caution to the wind and bundu bashed down the ravine, slipping and sliding on rocks and getting stung by thorns. Not our smartest move of the race.

We walked into finish at 02:36 in 14th position welcomed with

's report

Added on Thu, 20 Oct 2011 0:00 AM

It was with great excitement and anticipation that we arrived at Ribbokkloof for the Kinetic Full Moon Adventure Race, wondering if the weather forecast for rain will turn out to be true, and how dark it will be if it does in fact rain.
 
Better prepared ito packing all our gear in the supply boxes than the previous full moon AR, it was less of a scramble and we had more time to do proper preparation with route planning and team strategy.
 
So we set off on the first 48km cycle leg toward Middelburg dam. Our newest team member, new to AR but an old hand at navigating along railroads, assured us there is always a service road along a railway, so that is the route that we took, and that following the railroad means flat roads - as trains aren't really known for their performance on the steep climbs. True as bob - there is a service road, most of the way anyway. We arrived at the dam without problems, not in last place, so we were happy and going strong. Thankful for the wind almost from behind, it was quite fun paddling accross the dam, catching the odd wave/swell from behind. We managed to overtake another team on the paddle that seem to struggle to keep their boats straight. Stumbling over the rocks at the end of the rowing leg, we had to carry these titanic monsters a couple of hundred meters to the transition. Thanks for the other team with us there for lending our lady member a helping
hand for the last 100m. A team sport where teams even help other teams - fantastic!
 
The trek/run was good. We kept a slower but steady pace, keeping the next 50km cycle leg in mind. We spent a few minutes going slower to look for the CP in the trees, as we couldn't remember the description of where it was, and didn't want to miss it. We managed to finish the rocky section of the run before the amazing sunset the coloured the sky!
 
After refuelling with food and drink, and being glad that we were in transition when when the freak storm swept over the dam, we headed off into the night for the last cycle leg. Choosing not to go into the colliery without our safety shoes and hardhats (like another team did) we just kept straight on past the mine. Stephan found us along the route wanting to know if we know where we are, and it's a good feeling to know that we know where we are. The CP at the bridge along the railway had us looking for a couple of minutes until we decided if it was here, we def would have seen it, which we did 50m onward at the next bridge. A nice little climb just before the last transition had us working hard to get to the top - for a well deserved 30min powernap for some of our team members.
 
Onto the hike leg - not looking at where is north (duh?) almost had us setting off in the wrong direction - almost, but not. The rocky, slippery and steep track took its toll on our knees, and we kept going slower and slower, but still going. The first 3 checkpoints on the hike we had spot on, but it was at number 4 that we aimed a little south, and found 3 gates in the valley, none of which had a CP, waisting probably a good 45minutes to an hour to find it further north. (we were so sure we were in the right place???)
 
The last climb took its toll, almost 5 hours into the hike already, and we just kept up a slow pace to keep try and keep the team moving but together. We opted to follow the track to the finish from the second last checkpoint, as it would make easier going for our tired legs. We were so glad to see Heidi great us with great enthusiasm and excitement at the finish line, after almost 17hrs on the course, with bubbly and hot chocolate!
 
A big thank you to the sponsors, to Kinetic and to the team members of RaceMiere! You are all great!

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Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011
Kinetic 'Full Moon' Adventure Race - 120kms - Middleburg - Ribbokkloof - 15-16 October 2011