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The UCI Management Committee has approved the amendment of the UCI Regulations in order to prohibit and sanction the use of injections of medicines (or other substances) without a clear medical indication. This initiative, called the No Needle Policy, gives expression to the UCI's desire to protect the riders' health, maintain equality of opportunity and fight against doping.

When Tour d’Afrique riders cycle from Blouberg to Cape Town on the final leg of their 4-month journey from Cairo to Cape Town on Saturday 14th May, it will be the first time an international bicycle tour will make use of the City of Cape Town’s new BRT cycle paths.  Tour d’Afrique riders will join local cyclists from all over Cape Town in an event called The Big Ride In – a celebratory community ride along Cape Town’s new cycle paths.

This week in the news:
  • Stand a chance to win with the new PPA website!
  • MTB Riding tips
  • MTB skills workshops
  • Forthcoming Events
  • This weekend on the funride calendar: Tru-Cape MTB

Pedal Power members interested in cycle touring will receive a 12% discount for D-Tours’ up-market cycle tours to Blombos, Over the  Langeberg, the Sanbona Oxwagon Trail, the Namaqualand Trail or the Cederberg Bushmen’s Trail.

The 2011 WPCA winter league will feature a partnership of 15 events, starting on the 30th April 2011. The concept will be a series of events, that will feature three categories of racing: Premier, Second and Third. Each weekend, commencing on 30th April, until the Western Cape Championships on 12 June, will see a set format of racing, with the aim of getting “through winter”

A qualified Therapeutic Reflexologist and Holistic masseuse from Melkbosstrand is currently studying Sports Massage and in order to qualify, need to do 50 case studies. Sessions will be 90-120 minutes long and will include stretches. A minimal fee will be charged to cover some costs. Contact...

This week in the news: * Stand a chance to win with the new PPA website! * Keep active these holidays... try a new MTB route * Forthcoming Events * MTB skills workshop NEW PPA WEBSITE – GET YOUR PIC UP TO WIN! Our new website is up and running and we currently have over 600 members registered for the MyPPA section.

The new Schapenberg MTB trails, funded by PPA, were officially opened on Sunday 17 April. The trails offer cyclists some great new off-road riding routes near Somerset West. The trails start and finish at the Ongegund Conference Centre near Sir Lowry’s Town (close to Waterkloof Wine Estate and Mount Rozier Estate) and consist of four routes; Black – 27km, Red – 23km, Yellow 15km and Green 4km.

This week in the news:
  • New PPA website overview
  • Forthcoming events
  • What’s happening on the PPA calendar this weekend?
  • Opening of Schapenberg MTB Trail
NEW PPA WEBSITE Our new website is up and running, and while there's still much to do, the new site and specifically the new events section is already getting a big thumbs up from our members. Please help us by reporting any broken links or pages so that we can fix those immediately. To date, some 500 members have registered for the MyPPA web section (go on - upload a pic so that we can see what you look like).

Our new website aims to be more community-friendly, and soon PPA members will be able to directly chat online to one another, link profiles, and chat to one another on the new PPA forums. News from members will also be posted on these forums. Until then, the info will be posted in this news section. Read on to find out more about two fund raising initiatives for/by members.