James Williamson, Cape Epic Rider Dies


Today, tragedy hit the Cape Epic after James Williamson (26) a top mountain biker passed away in Ceres Private Hospital at 6:47 am after his team mate could not wake him up. James Williamson, is the editor of the Australian Enduro mountain bike magazine and was riding with Shaun Lewis (28).
He was fit, young and had an uneventful ride during the first stage of the Cape Epic. According to organisers he ate well last night and everyone who spent the afternoon and evening with him said that he was perfectly fine. He was in 18th overall position.
A sad day indeed for this extremely tough race, which ends at Lourensford Estate, Somerset West shortly.

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