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24 October 2021
FAQ 2021-09-22T10:45:02+02:00

FAQ for 2021

Protection of Personal Information
We at Right on the Night Promotions cc, respect your right to privacy. We adhere to the terms of the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (“POPI”) regarding the acquisition, usage, retention, transmission and deletion of your personal information.

Your personal information herein collected is for the primary purpose of providing you with information for the Amashova event. The personal information we collect from you is used for event purposes. Your email address and cell phone number will be added to the Amashova database which we use to send you updates and event information. You can unsubscribe from this list at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe button at the bottom of the emails or sending an unsubscribe email to [email protected]
Your personal information will be stored for as long as you allow. Once you unsubscribe you will no longer be on the database.
Your personal information will not be passed on to a third party, except for products and services related to the cyclist in the Amashova event for example for medical purposes etc
Your personal information is processed by Cycle Events who are the preferred online entry provider for the Amashova.

The 38km and 80km road races are on Sunday 24 October 2021
You can enter online for the 80km and 38km events.
Online entries close on 6 October at 12 noon.
All cyclists wanting to participate in road cycling events longer than 20km have to have a license (CSA Membership), this is in accordance with the Cycling South Africa rules. If you would like to register or renew your CSA membership and/or racing license, please go to

If you only want to cycle one race a year then you can purchase a day license when you do your online entry for R50

For further details, please contact [email protected]

Entry numbers are limited. If the limit has not been reached by online entry cut off day then we will open late entries at number collection for all events at an increased cost. Please note that you will NOT be able to enter for the events on race day.
No. Neither Cycle Events nor Amashova will offer refunds. You can give your entry to a friend and they can do a substitution through the Cycle Events office [email protected]
If the event, or any part thereof, is cancelled, postponed, shortened, or modified in any way, or if any of the amenities, goods, or services in relation to the event are no longer provided, whether due to force majeure, legal restrictions, disputes, safety reasons, failure by service providers to perform, or any other reason or cause, the entry fees and all other fees paid will not be refundable.
We do not offer bus and bicycle transport as the start and finish is in the same place
The 80km is seeded and has batch starts. The 80km first batch will go off at 05h30
The 35km starts at 08h00 and has batch starts
The 80km starts in Masabalala Yengwa Avenue under the Moses Mabhida pedestrian bridge and the 38km starts on the M13 at the Shongweni / Assagay / Hillcrest exit 33. Both races finish in Masabalala Yengwa Avenue (NMR Avenue) in Durban.
You will be smsed and emailed your race number and start time a week before registration
Number collection will take place 2 days before the event
There is only 1 number collection venue for the Amashova events. It will be a drive through number collection which will take place on Friday 22 October from 12h00 – 18h00 and on Saturday 23 October from 09h00 – 16h00
You will need the race number that you were smsed and emailed a week prior to registration. You will also need to bring your CSA license card
The entire route of the Amashova 80km and 38km road races are closed to traffic. For detailed route description and cut off times please see under cyclists info.
The 80km race is timed by Race Tec, you can purchase a timing chip from registration or you can order one online with your race entry
Event information is shared using various methods including information on the race website and social media, emails to businesses on the route. There will also be communications including posters erected on the route a month before the event plus radio stations and newspapers to reach the wider population. eThekwini also erects big  yellow signs on the route with road closure times.
The event organisers are responsible for ensuring that any waste is collected, on the route. There will be a waste sweeper vehicle following the event, litter bins will be at all water points and at the finish. Plastics SA sponsors rubbish bags to the event to use at all the points and Mpact sponsors the cardboard bins. All recyclable items are collected by Power Rush Trading.
Planning for the events involves the Police, Fire and Ambulance Services and other critical services. Emergencies will be treated in the usual way, and the safety of residents and visitors will be dealt with as a priority.
Please look under the covid19 button on this website for all information
Riders are required to carry their own spares however mechanical support is available on course in the event of multiple punctures or a problem requiring mechanical assistance.
We recommend that you have your bike serviced by a qualified mechanic at least two weeks prior to the Amashova. Replacing your chain and if necessary your rear cassette, your brake and gear cable inners and outers will virtually eliminate the likelihood of a mechanical problem during the event. Check your tyres for embedded glass the night before the start. On the day check wheel skewers, headstem bolts and tyre pressures.
  • 45th Cutting H20 point is situated outside the Engen Garage on the M13 East bound. This point is sponsored and manned by Cycle Lab
  • Gillett’s H20 point situated outside the Gillett’s Station on the M13 East bound. This point is sponsored and manned by FMGH, Hillcrest Jeep and Hillcrest Volvo
  •  Westville H2O is situated on the M13 Westbound at the Westville Blair Athol exit. This point is manned by SA Legion volunteers
Yes. Medical support will be at various points along the route, as well as at the start and finish areas. There will also be medical support following the route.

80km event the minimum age is 14 years old

38km event the minimum age is 10 years old

NO all entries are done online via the online registration system. Alternatively you can do a late entry at a higher cost at number collection – late entries will not be seeded
No your entry can not be rolled over to the next year