SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOLS CYCLING
South African Schools Cycling or SASC is a statuary body that was formed in 2014 to formalise and coordinate schools cycling in South Africa. SASC realises that to make cycling sustainable at school level it needs to have the necessary skills created or transferred to the school communities. These skills have been identified as coaching, commissairing and team management.
SASC’s main objective is to setup a national structure which includes provincial structures functioning together as a single unit. Through this structure SASC will communicate with schools, setup and create regulations for the various cycling disciplines, ensure safe and well organized school events, train team managers and commissaries and lastly but most importantly – get the learners to understand and know the regulations for every discipline!
SASC will also communicate and affiliate with all the relevant national bodies; it is already affiliated to Cycling South Africa. SASC will also make recommendations regarding school recognition for the learner.
Click here to be directed to the SASC website.
To view the SASC Regulations in your language of choice, click on the relevant link below.