TEAM PURE SAVAGE
Pure Savage came together at 2011’s Coronation Double Century (CDC). The name was going to be Team Smiles, but when the person who proposed the name was dropping during a training ride because the team kept going out of Zone 2, the name Pure Savage was born.
Adie Watermeyer got the original Pure Savage CDC team together and organised their kit. He made up a sponsor to make them look the part, #OnFireMarketing. They now have two CDC teams, with about 50 riders riding in Pure Savage Kit regularly.
We normally ride from the Shell garage in Green point every Tuesday and Thursday 5:45 and get back around 7:45 after coffee.
Feel free to pull along for a ride!!
Breathtaking Bainskloof followed by a Heroic dose of Savageness
The goal of the second Pure Savage Tour de Bootlegger was to share the radness with more cyclists and to quote the words of world traveller Borat, “Great success”. To do this the 180km tour was split into three stages, a Southern Loop, a Nothern loop and an Atlantic...
Last week the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust announced that they would be adding a shorter route option on the Saturday in addition to the 109km version on the Sunday. Many people’s first reaction was that this was a possible change to an institution by adding a...
Pure Savage One Tonner The One Tonner has always been a testing ground for the team a month before the Xmas of cycling, the Coronation Double Century. This has meant in the past we have had a full contingent of riders hustling in the start chutes in the last week of...
Perfect conditions led to large Savage train pulling at the 2019 Durbie Dash
Hammer and headwinds were the order of the day out on the West Coast!