Tshwane Diamond Classic


The ultimate ONE DAY Road Race

It takes place in Pretoria, South Africa.


The Bicycle Company Centurion,
Wednesday 15 September 2021  from 10h00 – 16h00
Cycle Lab Fourways Megastore,
Thursday 16 September 2021 from 10h00 – 16h00
Solomons Cycles Lynnwod
Friday 17 September 2021 from 09h00 – 15h00
Race Village
Saturday 18 September 2021, from 05:30 – 06:30
Uncollected numbers for riders who cannot get to registration venues will be available at the Race Village on the morning.No late entries or changes on the morning, collection only!

Additional Information:

You will be required to produce your valid CSA license or proof of provincial affiliation at registration or you will be required to purchase an event license.
For all the new CSA Racing and Licensing Rules and Regulations please visit the CSA website, click here 

To enter: click here


The second edition of the Tshwane Diamond Cycle Classic takes place at the Baviaanspoort Correctional Centre on 18 September on the outskirts of Pretoria and everything is in place to present cyclists with another delightful day out in secure surroundings.

This year the event boasts the distinction of having official seeding status for the Cape Town Cycle Tour. Entries are now open on www.cycleevents.co.za

“The facility is beautiful and safe

Hectic Promotions has been hard at work with its welfare projects in Cullinan and surroundings since the inaugural edition. 

“The event is presented to raise funds for the Hectic Promotions community-based projects. It’s also aimed at promoting tourism in the area and alleviating poverty in the communities of Mamelodi, Soshanguve, GA Rankuwa, Eersterust, Hammanskraal and the broader Cullinan community.

The Diamond Classic offers two main event route options of 110km and 50km, which both start and finish at the Baviaanspoort Correctional Facility just outside Pretoria on the R513 on the way to Cullinan.

Cullinan and surrounds represent the perfect route option for a road cycling event with delightfully quiet roads and good road surfaces, and it’s all very adjacent to Pretoria.

The 110km route presents 1030 metres of elevation gain and is mildly undulating, except for a sharp climb on the outskirts of Cullinan at the Petra Diamond Mine up to the 18km mark, which is set to stretch the bunches early on.

The 50km route presents 561 metres of vertical ascent and cuts out the long-distance loop towards Bronkhorstspruit and back