Phetetso Monese (1984) is a quiet leader and role-model for the younger team members. He won national championship titles in XC Marathon and XCO in 2013, 2014 an 2015. He has consistent ranked as the highest ranked black African rider on the UCI rankings. http://mtbcrosscountry.com/riders/phetetso-monese/
Tumelo Makae (1996) is an exciting young rider. He competed in the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games and has been very consistent as an under 23 rider.
Likeleli Masitise (1993) is an outstanding sportswoman who has only recently taken up cycling seriously. She has won the MTB national championships for the past three years, and has won podium positions in races outside of the country. http://mtbcrosscountry.com/riders/likeleli-masitise/
Bakang Matshediso Ebudilwe (1996) is an exciting young woman from Botswana. She competed for her country at the 2014 African Youth Games, 2015 African Road Championships and 2016 African MTB Championships. Her goals is to race at Tokyo 2020.
Eric Ramohanoe (2000) is our youngest rider and joined our team in 2017 to challenge the Junior rankings. We is a very talented and exciting rider with a bright future ahead of him.
Teboho Khantsi (1991) is an exciting road rider, who has taken to MTB recently. He has great strength, speed and endurance and his technical skills are improving fast. He was a development rider with World Cycling Centre Africa in 2013/14 http://mtbcrosscountry.com/riders/teboho-khantsi/
Lichaba West (1995) was been a consistent performer in the junior category, unbeaten in junior national championships and ranking well in international MTB competitions. He has now stepped up to under 23 category. Much of his racing is in UK where he studies.
Paseka Makhebesela (1993) is an exciting rider, who has consistently been showing great improvement and determination over recent years. He joined our team in 2017 and we are looking forward to some great results with him.
Malefetsane Lesofe (1996) as a junior rider raced at the World MTB Championships, African Championships and Youth Olympic Games. Despite his young age, he is matching the performance of his senior team mates. http://mtbcrosscountry.com/riders/malefetsane-lesofe
Katleho Manasi (1997) is an exciting first year u23 rider. He showed impressed performance during his youth and Junior category years and is aiming to demonstrate his ability in the juniors. He is the 2014 National Champion at Junior XC Marathon. http://mtbcrosscountry.com/riders/katleho-patrick-manasi/