About Us
The Masters and Ladies Cycling Club of Port Elizabeth is open to all males 30 years and older and females 10 years and older. The club is affiliated to East Cape Cycling and a registered  Non Profit Organisation (181-483 NPO) and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO)

Road races are run during the summer season and is based on a handicap system. The cyclist handicap is determined from previous races and the cyclists abilities. In this way each cyclist has an even opportunity to win a race. Points are awarded per race to all cyclists taking part depending on the order of finish. At the end of the season the cyclist best ten race points are taken to calculate the group and category winners. The club has 22 organised road races per season starting in September of each year and ending in April the following year. Races vary in distances and degree of difficulty. The majority of races are in the 45 kilometer to 60 kilometer category with one or two going over into the 80 kilometer distance. One Age Group Championship races over 69 kilometers or 78 kilometers is held plus a club Time Trial Championship and club Hill Climb Championship to determine the Age Group Champions within the club.  Trophies and medals are awarded to cyclists at the club Prize Giving for various category winners and runners up.

All races are organised and marshalling done by the club members. All members get the opportunity to do marshalling duty during the year for which marshalling points are awarded. All points accumulated while doing duty as a marshal are added to the total points as bonus points.

Membership fees are R700 per person per season with a 50% discount to pensioners. Membership fees include free entry to all specified organised club races.

Visitors are welcome to participate in individual races at R120 per race. Male cyclists that do not qualify to joing the club due to being under the age of 30 can enter into the Elite Racing Series for R700 and participate in all the races of the club. Click Here for more information regarding Visitors and Click Here for more information regarding Elite Series.

Membership Fees
Membership Fee:    R700 per person
Spouse:                   R350 per spouse
Pensioners:             R350 per person

Honorary Life Members
Kenny Jubber, Erica Clarke, Wayne Pheiffer, Carl Els,  Schalk Pienaar, Henry Smith, 
Gill Towers, Theo von Ruben, Errol Wasserfal, Pat Molina, Manual Molina,
Stan Botha, Dennis Ehlers, Roland Boonaert, Sonia Cooney

Deceased Honorary Life Members:
Kim Trzebiatowsky, Humphrey Gerretsen, Jack Allen, Tony Cooney, Colin Towers

Cycling Honors

  Contact Details
  P.O Box 10042, Linton Grange,
  Port Elizabeth, 6015

  Cell: 084 554 5376
  Office: 041 369 5963
  Fax: 086 687 3881


NPO Registration Number
  181-483 NPO 

Committee Details
  Dennis Ehlers (Chairman)
     082 787 5357
  Sonia Cooney (Secretary)
     084 554 5376
  Faye Armstrong (Treasurer)
     082 372 3820

Seeding Convener
  Roland Boonaert (Convener)
     066 428 1518

Committee Meetings
  Committee meetings are held every 1st
  Monday of the month at 17h30. Venue 
  is Grass Roof Farm Stall Seaview 
  Road. Any interested club member is 
  welcome to attend.

  An Annual General Meeting is held 
  once a year between May and July and
  is open to all members and any
  interested parties.

  View Clubs Constitution

Club Rules & Regulations
  View Clubs Rules and Regulations


Male Cyclist of the Year Female Cyclist of the Year Club Member of the Year
2021: Francois Geldenhuys 2021: Elaine Batteson 2021: Not Awarded
2020: Warwick Renard 2020: Elaine Batteson 2020: Faye Armstrong
2019: Warwick Renard
2018: Brenton Noakes
2017: Brenton Noakes
2019: Elaine Batteson
2018: Kelsey van Schoor
2017: Kelsey van Schoor
2019: Ken Bartle
2018: Sakkie Du Preez
2017: Cindy Ferrey
2016: Terry Syphus 2016: Kelsey van Schoor 2016: Derek Glass
2015: Ronnie Scheffer 2015: Helen Kernohan 2015: Erica Clarke & Stan Botha
2014: Nick Cape 2014: Mandy Akom 2014: Pat Molina
2013: Mike O'halloran 2013: Mandy Akom 2013: Ashwell Botha
2012: John Web  2012: Alison Hertel 2012: Vincent Jearey
2011: Ronnie Scheffer 2011: Monique Gerber 2011: Roland Boonaert
2010: Ronnie Scheffer 2010: Alison Hertel 2010: Dennis Ehlers
2009: Ralph Calitz 2009: Alison Hertel 2009: Barry & Kim Robertson
2008: Ralph Calitz 2008: Lynette Rust 2008: Stan Botha
2007: Ralph Calitz 2007: Kim Trzebiatowsky 2007: Tony & Sonia Cooney
2006: Kenny Jubber 2006: Kim Trzebiatowsky 2006: Pat Molina
2005: Kenny Jubber 2005: Kim Trzebiatowsky 2005: Dennis Ehlers
2004: Kenny Jubber 2004: Kim Trzebiatowsky 2004: Chris Darke
2003: Kenny Jubber 2003: Cindy-Lee Augustyn 2003: Pat Molina
2002: Kenny Jubber 2002: Jaenette Vockerodt 2002: Nick Ehlers
2001: Henry Smith 2001: Alta Havenga 2001: Tim Lippstreu
2000: Kenny Jubber 2000: Mary Cloete 2000: George Jacobs
1999: Kenny Jubber 1999: Neville Medley
1998: Kenny Jubber .
1997: Kenny Jubber & Wayne Pheiffer .
1996: Kenny Jubber .
1995: Kenny Jubber .
1994: Kenny Jubber .
1993: Kenny Jubbe & Theo Von Ruben .
1992: Kenny Jubber .
1991: Kenny Jubber .

Club History
25 Year Celebrations - 2015
Our 2014 - 2015 Season was our 25th year of existence and celebrated it with a special prize giving held at the Grand Hotel in May 2015.

View the 25th Celebration Commemorative Booklet

Course Names

In the 1970s a circuit at Coega was used, before that area became populated, and it was called the BINNEMAN CIRCUIT in memory of the late Frans and Koos Binneman, two brothers who started North Road Cycling Club in 1948 when they moved to Port Elizabeth from Bellville. The club went defunct in the early 90's when the cycling population in Port Elizabeth started declining.

When Coega was no longer safe enough for racing, cycling moved closer to Port Elizabeth and specifically to the Greenbushes and Seaview area. It was decided by the Eastern Province Cycling Association (EPCA) to name the circuit starting at Rathmead going over Chelsea to Theescombe and then Cows Corner down to Seaview and back to Rathmead, after the BINNEMAN brothers. Rathmead is currently the farm school in Seaview Road.

Ray PRESSLY was associated with PE Cycling and Athletic Club from the 1960s and he was also Chairman of the Eastern Province Cycling Association for a time. The 22km circuit, which started at Fairview and now Altona School, was named after him in recognition of his services to cycling. The circuit then started west of the N2 overhead bridge and went up the Three Sisters, left into Altona and back to the start.

The circuit called PIKE CIRCUIT is in fact the POULTER CIRCUIT, named after Cyril Poulter, another stalwart of cycling. The circuit was named after him when he passed away, replacing the name of "Pike Circuit".

The name "Pike" was given to the circuit by a cyclist, Geoff Smith, a British immigrant who spent a few years in Port Elizabeth, first with Spartan Wheelers and then with Walmer Cycling Club. He maintained that the circuit made "pike" of the cyclists, after the fish that fed on or chased each other - the cyclists were able to stay in the slipstream of those in front, because the circuit is relatively flat and it is difficult to shake off someone on your back wheel.

Masters and Ladies Cycling Club 2017