KAP sani2c by numbers

And the sani2c riders are on their way!

As the riders set off this morning you might be interested in the numerical story behind KAP sani2c!

Follow them on www.sani2c.co.za

0 – The number of KAP sani2c’s that ‘Farmer Glen’ Haw has actually ridden
2.4 – Number of tonnes of potatoes that are served during the event
2.6 – Number of tonnes of chicken meat consumed during the event
3 – Number of Black Mamba’s seen during the preparation of the route (on average)
3 – The number of days it takes workers to erect the tents at each of the two overnight stops
3 – The number of different events that make up the KAP sani2c (the Trail, the Adventure, the Race)
8 – Number of kilometres ‘Farmer Glen’ lives from the McKenzie Race Village
21 – Number of eight-tonne trucks that transport riders’ boxes to each overnight stop
23 – The number of communities, schools, charities and environmental groups that benefit from the event
61 – The average metres per rider along the route from Himeville to Scottburgh on Thursday, when all three races are on the course.
82 – Number of kilometres riders will ride on Stage One of the KAP sani2c
82 – Number of kilometres riders ride on the third and final stage of the KAP sani2c
96 – Number of kilometres riders ride on Stage Two of the KAP sani2c (the longest stage)
138 – The number of showers erected for the event
195 – Number of kilograms of coffee that is consumed during the event
266 – Number of toilets that are used during the event
500 – Number of kilograms of bananas eaten during the event
1000 – Loaves of banana bread served at the McKenzie Club Race Village
1200 – Dozen eggs consumed during the event
2000 – Litres of milk consumed during event
2300 – Number of tents that are erected for the event
2850 – The number of people that are employed during the event
3785 – Total number of metres that riders will ascend during the KAP sani2c
4264 – The number of riders that are taking part this year across all three races
6000 – Time in man-days spent preparing the route every year (16.43 years!)
9600 – The number of donuts consumed during the race
11 000 – kms are travelled every year while working on the route before and during the event
20 000 – Amount of tea bags that are used during the event
22 500 – The number of litres of water that is boiled for showers every day
27 000 – The number of bottles of water that are given to participants during the course of the event
57 225 000 – Amount in Rands that is contributed to community development through the KAP sani2c.

This year is the 13th edition of the KAP sani2c, the world’s largest mountain bike stage race, which takes place from Himeville to Scottburgh.

For more information on KAPsani2c: Info@KAPsani2c.co.za or www.sani2c.co.za