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With Davin Cocker securing an overall and class win in KZN just over a month ago, betting against him on familiar terrain seemed unlikely. However, Scot Heygate of Factory KTM had other plans.

With Cocker opening the track on the 38km time trial, it was Heygate who took an early lead, establishing a 30-second advantage for the main race. Cox, who finished third, was contending with a foot injury from the outset and qualified slightly behind the leading duo. Another favorite, Pentecost, misjudged a turn in the time trial, making for a challenging day ahead for the former champion.

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Published by: Kyle Enslin

Photography by: ZCMC and the KTM Group

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