On each day of the Absa Cape Epic, the team of skilled photographers create spectacular images for us to enjoy. Bike Hub will be holding a competition to recognise their hard work and give you the chance to win a signed copy of your favourite photograph.
Take a look at the selection of photographs from the Absa Cape Epic Stage 1 and vote for your favourite to go into the finals.
In the fairness of voting, the photographers will remain anonymous until the voting period has closed.
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Photo 1: Greg Beadle
This image gives a sense of what riders experienced today.
After climbing the Haarkappers zig zag route they were treated to expansive views towards Stanford and Hermanus.
Photo 2: Nick Muzik
The Classic Cape Epic district road.
Photo 3: Kim Ludbrook
Photo 4: Sam Clark
Group A head out of Hermanus for a challenging Stage 1 of the 2017 Cape Epic.
Photo 5: Dom Barnardt
Photo 6: Mark Sampson
I had found a good spot to wait for the ladies. I didn't know about Sabine's crash but as they passed I noticed the blood. Jumping up I had to run and manages to capture this the second time. Only through sheer determination did she make it to the end #RESPECT
Photo 7: Ewald Sadie
Photo 8: Michal Červený
Mariske Strauss and Annie Last leads the chase trying to reduce the gap to the 2nd and 3rd place UCI Womens category during stage 1 of the 2017 Absa Cape Epic in Hermanus, South Africa on the 20th March 2017.
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For more information on the Cape Epic Photo Competition and to meet the Absa Cape Epic photographers click here.
How it works
- Every day each photographer will submit their favourite shot with a short note explaining its context.
- Each day’s winning photograph will go through to the “finals” on Thursday, March 30.
- You will then get an opportunity to vote for the overall winner, who will get a R10 000 prize.
- The result will be announced at 5PM on Tuesday, April 4, and voters who chose the winning picture will go into a lucky draw for a signed and framed version of the photograph.