Rosemary Hill MTB Trail Park recently purchased a new fleet of Norco Storm 1 bikes to rent at their great MTB trails.
Norco Storm 1
Mauritz enjoying the NEW NORCO Optic9.1 Aluminim bike on the Trails of Rosemary Hill in Pretoria
#SCOTT DEMO DAYS
Scott held their Pretoria Demo Day at the Big Red Barn on the 3rd & 4th of December. Our Staff and customers enjoyed a morning testing the new 2017 bikes!
View what Jacques had to say about the Demo day here:
THE 2017 SCOTT LAUNCH TOOK PLACE IN LENZERHEIDE, SWITZERLAND
AND HOT SPOT CYCLES HAD THE PRIVILEGE TO BE INVITED TO VIEW AND TEST THE 2017 RANGE.
SOME PHOTOS FROM THE INSPIRING WEEK
MORE ABOUT THE 2017 BIKES HERE
2016 HOT SPOT CYCLES TEAMS
#TEAM1 – JACQUES MARITZ & JOHAN VAN DER WATT #TEAM2 – JOHNNY6 NEL & FAIRBAIRN KRIEL
HOT SPOT CYCLES were privileged to be invited to the Tour De Tuli 2015. We provided mechanical backup for 350 riders. Johnny and Neil assisted by Jankies, Sydwell and Vusi had the opportunity to enjoy the bushveld whilst providing back up services for any mechanical needs. This proved to be a very successful (and enjoyable) adventure, and we would like to thank the organisers for affording up the opportunity to be of service. We hope to be back(up) in 2016!
View the special word of thanks from the organisers to Hot Spot Cycles:-
View our Slide show for some incredible visuals
THE STORY BEHIND THIS INITIATIVE……….
A customer walked into the shop a few weeks ago and being new in cycling, started doing longer distances over weekends and week mornings, and by doing this he noticed more and more commuters/workers commuting to work without helmets. Simple reason is that they can’t afford it. So he started a little project that he named “Helmets 4 Life”
The initiative is to get people to donate their old helmets (preferably not damaged) or even new helmets that they’re just not using to help the ones who don’t have and even more so, cannot afford them.
Hot Spot Cycles has a collection box in the shop for anyone willing to bring in their old or unused helmets. Once there are enough helmets, Max will come and collect them and he will then distribute it in Mamelodi and on the streets wherever he sees someone without a helmet.
This is a story about a cyclist just going by his everyday training and noticing that commuters whose only means of transport is a bicycle, are in great need of protection for their heads. We thank him for taking this initiative upon himself.
The person who is responsible for the collection and distribution is Max Msumza. Feel free to contact him if you are interested in donating directly to him, otherwise pop your helmet in the boxes (as shown below) at the shop.
You can follow Helmets4Life on Twitter
Max with Neil and Johnny
Another very happy recipient
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT TRAINING CLINIC
Ben took a group of young riders to Rosemary Hill and encouraged and guided them through the single track and over some bridges
Team Hot Spot Cycles participated in the 2015 Sani2C race Mens Category
Team Hot Spot Cycles participated in the 2014 Sani2C race mixed Category