SRAM SuperFlow Enduro adds a Lite class for kids and newbies to join the action

We’ve lined up everything you need to know for Round 2 of the SRAM SuperFlow Enduro.

Round 2 takes place on the 9th of May in Tokai and we have reintroduced the Lite class for newbies and kids to join in on the fun.

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What is SRAM SuperFlow Enduro?

This event is a relaxed style of mountain bike racing, using a virtual format with no fixed start times or time schedule other than TokaiMTB’s operating hours. The 2021 SRAM SuperFlow Enduro Series consists of four one-day events starting in January and ending in November. All the timing will run off of dedicated segments from the Strava app. Bike Network will host a series leaderboard for each of the four categories using the times pulled through from the Bike Network Strava Club. You will not need to submit your times, we will pull them from Strava. The dates are 24 January, 9 May, 12 September and 7 November.

What are the categories and stages?

Open Women, Open Men, Open Women eMTB & Open Men eMTB. These categories will ride all three segments detailed below.

NEW: Lite Women and Lite Men. These categories will ride the Snake Trails segment and the Vasbyt segments detailed below but not the DH3 segment.

The three stages will all be named SRAM SuperFlow – if they don’t appear on your Strava file remember to hit “View all results” or “Show hidden segments” to see them. You might need to log into your Strava account via a desktop device to “Unhide” the segments. The stages are live now and named as follows:

SRAM SuperFlow – Vasbyt & My Roots
SRAM SuperFlow – DH3 including jumps after quarry
SRAM SuperFlow – Boomslang, Snake Eyes & Rinkhals
SRAM SuperFlow – eMTB – Vasbyt & My Roots
SRAM SuperFlow – eMTB – DH3 including jumps after quarry
SRAM SuperFlow – eMTB – Boomslang, Snake Eyes & Rinkhals

New to Tokai?

See the trail map here.

Where is registration and prize giving?

There is none. It’s a virtual series with no physical, in-person registration. SRAM will have lucky draw prizes which will be drawn from the results sheet so remember to post your times as public.

What time can you ride?

You can ride anytime during the usual opening hours of TokaiMTB on the day of the event.

Click here to make a donation to the trail building efforts inside Tokai.

How to enter and what to do

  1. Join the Bike Network Strava Club
  2. Upload your ride/s before 19H00 to Strava on the day of the event and we will do the rest.
  3. The results are pulled from Strava and posted here the day after the event.
  4. Entry is free but you must have a day pass or Activity Card from SANParks to be on the mountain.

Series Points

Points will be awarded to the top 5 per category after every round. To add to the excitement, the final round in the series will have a double points system on offer. The leaderboard will be published here and after the last round, the Champs will be crowned.

Position PointsPoints
Rounds 1,2 & 3Round 4

Results and Points Standings after Round 1 here


  1. The focus is on fun. So, whilst acknowledging the unusual time everyone is experiencing it is important to allow yourself to have some fun and celebrate life, bikes and the MTB community which you are a part of.
  2. The event is free and open to everyone who has a good vibe.
  3. You can enter the eMTB AND analog categories if you have both bikes and want to spend the entire day riding. Just be sure to upload each ride accordingly.
  4. The organizers reserve the right to rule out any Strava anomalies should they impact the results.
  5. Stay on the trails as they exist. No shortcuts or jeep tracks to be used which might fool Strava into posting a quicker time.
  6. eMTB’s must be run on stock production restrictions. (ie: 32kph top out)
  7. You can do as many runs as you like.
  8. Only Strava times will count towards the results.
  9. There are no number boards, official race support, registration tents or the like.
  10. Embrace the spirit of mountain biking and be polite and friendly to all riders out there.
  11. All Covid-19 government recommended protocols must be adhered to and you will be solely liable, to the exclusion of Cape Cycle Systems (Pty) Ltd, its directors, affiliates, agents or employees, for any liability which may arise as a result of non-compliance.
  12. All the wildlife on the mountain has right of way and you must respect them
  13. By entering the virtual event as aforesaid, you accept the terms and conditions set out herein, expressly including but not limited to the non-liability provision hereinbelow.


Cape Cycle Systems (Pty) Ltd nor any of its directors, affiliates, agents or employees will not under any circumstances be liable for any loss, damage, injury loss of life or any harm or damage to person or property which may be suffered by any person(s) who participate in the SRAM SuperFlow Enduro Event. All participants in the event acknowledge those risks inherent with mountain biking and participate entirely at their own risk. The participant accordingly agrees to indemnify and hold Cape Cycle Systems (Pty) Ltd, its Directors, affiliates, agents or employees from any and all claims or causes of action resulting from the aforesaid harm or damage to person or property arising from participating in the SRAM SuperFlow Enduro event and any claim in this regard is expressly waived by the participant.

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