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The story of Mud n Gearz, Believers on Mountain Bikes South Africa...



The first meeting was just Nick and I, and this is where it all started.


Table Mountain

From the top of Table Mountain, one of the many views we have access to...



We all need someone or something to follow and in our journey it is important to have friends that can guide use.


Every Morning

We get a new beginning every morning, do somthing small it will touch someone.


HELLO, WE ARE B.O.M.B South Africa.




Riaan and NickBOMB SA started in Cape Town, South Africa, during 2011 with two avid mountain bikers Riaan Du Preez and Nick Gerber. // We are Believers On Mountain Bikes (B.O.M.B. SA), our intent is to expand the Gospel of Jesus Christ our Lord, through people who mountain bike. Thereby, bring the word to those who are not Christians, encouraging on-going fellowship, and presenting the opportunity for all of us to develop a personal relationship with Christ. The website name is also not just another way of saying that we are mountain bikers, but the process we all have to go through and this strengthen us on our journey and journeys.


    We've Enjoyed


    As you've most probably noticed, we are not the average guys and sometimes do things a bit different. In this section we will try to provide content to inspire. It could be live streaming from an international event or a word from fellow Christians in the extreme sport world.

    The first clip is from Son Surf South Africa, have a look at Clint Theron


    That We've Heard


    Music is a wonderfull guide to help you on your training ride through life and in the saddle. We hope to give you some insperational tracks under this section.

    So click the play and enjoy.

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    That We've Read


    Under this section we will provide some guidence or a short expresion of what we have found on our journey.

    Acts 20:24 However, I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the gospel of God's grace.


    That We've Seen


    Riaan is a bit of a shutterbug and here we will showcase some of the places we have been and people we have met. Most of the photos will most likely be from Riaan.

    Full stories and photo gallaries will be under our What's Up section and in the Blog.



What we've been up to // Here we will let you kow what we are planning and what went down where. The full story/report will be in the BLOG section not to overcrowd this page.

Every saint has a PAST...Every sinner has a FUTURE!

I was shocked, confused, bewildered
As I entered Heaven's door,
Not by the beauty of it all,
Nor the lights or its decor.

But it was the folks in Heaven
Who made me sputter and gasp--
The thieves, the liars, the sinners,
The alcoholics and the trash.

There stood the kid from seventh grade
Who swiped my lunch money twice.
Next to him was my old neighbor
Who never said anything nice.

Bob, who I always thought
Was rotting away in hell,
Was sitting pretty on cloud nine,
Looking incredibly well.

I nudged Jesus, 'What's the deal?
I would love to hear Your take.
How'd all these sinners get up here?
God must've made a mistake.

'And why is everyone so quiet,
So somber - give me a clue.'
'Hush, child,' He said,
'they're all in shock. No one thought they'd be seeing you.'


Remember...Just going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in your garage makes you a car.

Every saint has a PAST... Every sinner has a FUTURE!

MTB World Cup Explained
MTB World Cup Explained

With less than a month to go before all the action of the 2012 RockyRoads UCI MTB World Cup season opener in Pietermaritzburg gets underway, cyclists throughout South Africa and around the world are starting to catch what is fast being termed 'MTB World Cup fever'.

With the best riders from around the world set to converge on Cascades MTB park in Pietermaritzburg on 16th to 18th March 2012, newly revised courses, improved spectator facilities and viewing opportunities plus heaps of world class action, this year's event has added status as the dress rehearsal for next year's World Championships.

For those who are not familiar with the cycling world though, what does the 2012 RockyRoads UCI MTB World Cup Pietermaritzburg mean?

Mountain bike, a facet of cycling as is road, track and BMX, has various sub-disciplines with cross-country (XCO), downhill (DHI) and marathon (XCM) being the most popular however at the elite level riders are specialist competitors and very rarely participate in more than one discipline.

Cross-country, one of two disciplines to be staged at the 2012 World Cup, is a lap-orientated event which sees riders start together and race around an off-road circuit of between five and nine kilometres in length.

Downhill, the other World Cup discipline, involves riders starting individually at the top of a steep and highly technical track racing down the mountain as quickly as they can with the winner being the rider whose completes the descent in the shortest time.

The major events on the UCI MTB calendar are the World Championships and the World Cups, whilst cross-country is also part of the Olympic Games. The World Champs are a once-off event staged annually whereas the World Cup is a series of seven events held around the globe throughout the year.

The 2012 RockyRoads UCI MTB World Cup Pietermaritzburg is the opening event of this year's series and is the third time the KZN city has hosted the event after its inclusion in the 2009 and 2011 calendars.

There is added interest in this year's World Cup though after the recent announcement that Cascades MTB Park will proudly play host to the 2013 World Champs and so riders are eager to try familiarise themselves with the revised tracks in PMB ahead of next year's spectacle.

Riders have to qualify to compete on this international stage and there are two branches to the stringent qualification process: The first way a rider can qualify is if they earn twenty or more UCI points by competing in UCI accredited events and should they do so they will then be able to compete for their sponsored team. However, if they don't earn at least twenty UCI points then it is up to the rider's national federation to decide whether they feel the rider is within their best six riders in their particular age group and if so they will then have option of sending the rider to participate at the World Cup as a national federation rider.

When it comes to the Olympics though, there are only 50 male and 30 female places available to all riders throughout the world. A country qualifies to fill one, two or three of these places based on their global ranking, which is determined by the performances by their riders in international events throughout the year.

The top six ranked countries qualify to send three riders to the Olympics, countries seven to thirteen qualify two and beyond thirteen countries qualify a single rider. As far as which of a country's riders then get to compete at the Olympics goes it is up to each country's national federation to decide who they select to send. It is not necessarily the rider with the most UCI points in a particular country who is sent to the Olympics.

South Africa will enjoy an extensive display of homegrown talent at this year's World Cup with Burry Stander (XCO) and Greg Minnaar (DHI) leading the local assault.

Minnaar put in a phenomenal effort in 2009 to claim a fairy tale victory on his home turf whilst another solid performance in 2011 saw him finish a narrow second.

Stander claimed a memorable third place finish in 2009 however the standout performer suffered unfortunate mechanical issues in 2011, which saw him limp home in eleventh.

Both these riders along with the rest of the South African charge will be eager to impress in front of what is always a hugely vocal and supportive home crowd. A variety of ticket options are available including single day entry, family and VIP packages and multi-day entry combos. Discounted pre-event tickets can be purchased online (http://csams.cyclingsa.com/enter-an-event.aspx) or full price tickets can be purchased at the gate throughout the event.

The RockyRoads UCI MTB World Cup Pietermaritzburg takes place at the Cascades MTB Park from 16 to 18 March 2012. More information can be found at www.mtbworldcupsa.co.za

South Africa's Burry Stander is keen to improve on his last year's performance when he takes part in the elite men's cross country race of the 2012 RockyRoads UCI MTB World Cup Pietermaritzburg © Kyle Gilham/?Gameplan Media

Hometown boy Greg Minnaar will be hoping to go one better on his last year's second place when he competes in this year's downhill race at the 2012 RockyRoads UCI MTB World Cup Pietermaritzburg © Craig Dutton/?Gameplan Media.

Aaron Gwin
Meet the best mountain biker in the USA

How can one of America's most decorated mountain bikers be off your radar? Because even though Aaron Holmes Gwin, 24, has been on more World Cup podiums than any U.S. rider in over a decade, he races downhill, a genre of cycling that doesn't go to the Olympics. But here's the thing: DH demands inhuman bike-handling skills. Speeds exceed 40mph. You need massive strength to pull 20-40-foot gaps over maws of serrated rock, and once you land you have to pedal, because the clock is always running.

In 2007, Gwin, a guy who'd barely ever ridden a DH bike before, strolled into this brutal arena after a friend said he should try it at a regional SoCal race. Absurdly, he raced in the pro class—then shocked the field by taking third place. Who was this guy? Soon, he signed with the Yeti Factory squad and was besting athletes with years more experience on the world stage.

But even now, four years into his career, with a honed style that looks profoundly like he's riding a motorcycle, there's one thing missing from Aaron's palmares: a World Cup victory. On the podium isn't at the top of it. And Gwin knows it.

While Gwin may still be new to DH, he's been in competition since the cradle. At four, he was racing BMX, and by eight he was a national champion. By nine he "retired" from BMX. "When he was about 12 he really wanted to get into motocross," says his father Alan, who is a physical therapist. "We were concerned. I was working on broken bodies all week and half of them were kids hurt by dirt bikes." But when Aaron turned 15, Alan and his wife Tanya relented and, as with BMX, from the first gun he was busting his way to the front, looking to go pro.

Then, as Alan Gwin feared, Aaron broke his foot, his shoulder, his arm. In a year and a half, he spent more time rehabbing then racing. He decided to set his sights for college instead. He learned tennis to rehab his shoulder, and there too, got so proficient so fast that college scouts came calling. And then while he was mulling tennis there was that fun downhill race where he shattered guys with way more experience and a healthier, stronger Gwin knew he needed to decide: DH, or college? Aaron and Tanya and Alan turned to God for guidance, because the Gwins are devout Christians and have been since Aaron was a toddler. Family lore says that as an infant Gwin saw his parents smoke and drink and would get upset, and soon Tanya and Alan were having quiet talks and eventually shopping for a church, giving up the booze and the cigarettes—and finding God. From childhood Gwin's religiousness grew; today on the downhill circuit, which can be a rolling drunkfest after races, Gwin is known as the guy who doesn't party, and doesn't need to, he says, because he has his own salve. "There's a peace to my religion I cannot describe. I won't judge anybody for how they live, but for me there's nothing bigger. Bike racing is my career. Being a Christian is who I am."

You could mistake Gwin's Christianity as rebellion against rebellion, an aw-shucks shield to fend off an X-Games world that wants to pigeonhole "alt" athletes as subversives. But then you'd miss the man entirely. Yes, Gwin is a serious professional who does daily bible study—and a weight and cardio routine that would break an ordinary endurance athlete. But Gwin's outlook isn't cloistered. it's broad. He sees beyond his sport and he knows how small it is.

"People want downhilling to be in the Olympics. But it's not, and it may not ever be. And that's okay." Gwin says he wants to win more than anything, to be a world champion, but he also wants to be a coach, a mentor, to teach kids how to race their bikes—and maybe to teach motocross someday, too. Not that he has to wait. Domestic junior downhillers follow Gwin obsessively, and solicit his advice. And they emulate Gwin's no-party agenda. When he was on Yeti his own junior teammates got to bed early and got up ready to work harder.

Gwin's former boss, Yeti owner Chris Conroy, says that all of Gwin's American peers look up to him, and that the Americans in Yeti's substantial domestic development program all see Gwin as a role model. "This is a shift. Kids, maybe who are 14, they're taking it seriously," says Conroy. "It's been that way in Europe for decades. Now, because Gwinny's making it happen, they get it."

And that, regardless of whether Gwin ever stands on the top step of a World Cup podium, means he's already an American champion.

—Michael Frank

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Johann "Pottie" Potgieter
Johann "Pottie" Potgieter Taking 1st at Schladming

Hi Guys, I write this race report with a big smile on my face because I love bringing my sponsors good news!

We arrived in Spicak in the Czech Republic on Friday morning. Its about 3 hours from Schladming and literally ten minutes drive across the German Border. Its really nice being in czech as its really cheap to eat at restaurants and do stuff, even cheaper than South Africa. We got to the track, set up our pits, got registration sorted out and headed for a track walk. The track looked the same as the year before, however they had done some maintenance so the track flowed a bit better. More good news was that there were no rain predicted for the weekend so we would have a dry race for a change, hahaha:)

We started riding and by the 3rd run I started feeling comfortable and having lots of fun. I knew I could do well at this track as I ended up 5th here last year, 3.7 sec off the win. Every run I did on Friday was just so much fun and its a really good thing when u are having fun on a race track.

Training started at 8:30 on Saturday morning and towards the end of the morning the track started getting ridden out a bit and that always makes it a bit harder to get your flow as the corners get washed out and ruts form every where. I was exited going into seeding to see how I would measure up to the top guys. At this stage I was lying 5th on the overall ranking with 3 rounds left so I had to go for points and seeding carried some points as well. U would get 60 points for a seeding win and 100 points for a win in the finals so there was no taking it easy, not even in the seeding.

Seeding started at 14:30 with my run being at 16:21. I got to the top and told myself to just try and keep the flow and pedal hard where I could. I set off and pedalled hard and hit all my lines good and crossed the finish line with a time of 3:02.37, the fastest of the day so far. There was 6 riders still to come and no one beat my time so I ended up seeding in 1st place. I was really happy plus I would get some good points for that.

Now the pressure was on for the finals as I would be the last rider to cross the finish line on Sunday. I woke up Sunday morning and the skies were blue, which is always a good sign, haha. I went on course and just checked my lines and to see where the track would get washed out and rutted the most. I felt confident but also knew these boys would have it in for me. The problem is sometimes, between your last practise run and your final run there is 4 hours and about 400 riders going through the track so there are always a worse track waiting and u wouldn't exactly know where. I was really nervous in the start gate but I kept on telling myself not worry about the other guys and just focus on doing my best. I set off and got aggressive right away. I pedalled hard but I had a couple of mistakes like stalling in turns and so on. That made me panic a bit as I knew only a perfect run could give me the win. I didn't back off though and kept attacking and as I pedalled down towards the finish line I heard the commentator was sounding very exiting and when I crossed the line I looked at the clock and it said a number 1 next to my name! I had won my first Euro Cup and I just let my bike float away from under me and jumped up in the air of joy!

I was so happy I think I still cant believe I won. So I carried away maximum points from that race and that means I'm now leading the European Cup series by 5 points with 2 rounds left to go. Thanx so much for all your support guys and carrying me this far.

My next race is the next Austrian Cup in Mautern in 2 weeks time. So chat to u guys soon:)

—Johann "Pottie" Potgieter

70 Functions of the Holy Spirit
According to scripture in the Bible, this is the starting point to exploring and experiencing more of the person of the Holy Spirit. Take time to read the verses in context and ask the Holy Spirit to teach even more truth to you. It always amazes me that we can be in relationship with the Creator of the universe. I'm in awe when I consider these aspects of His nature.

  1. 1. He leads and directs us. (Matthew 4:1; Mark 1:12; Luke 2:27; 4:1; Acts 8:29; Romans 8:14)
  2. 2. The Holy Spirit speaks – in, to and through us. (Matthew 10:20; Acts 1:16; 2:4; 13:2; 28:25; Hebrews 3:7)
  3. 3. He gives us power to cast out devils. (Matthew 12:28)
  4. 4. He releases His power. (Luke 4:14)
  5. 5. The Holy Spirit anoints us. (Luke 4:18; Acts 10:38)
  6. 6. The Holy Spirit "comes upon" us or "falls on" us. (Matthew 3:16; Mark 1:10; Luke 2:25; 3:22; 4:18; John 1:32,33; Acts 10:44; 11:15)
  7. 7. He baptizes and fills us. (Matthew 3:11; Mark 1:8; Luke 1:15,41,67; 3:16, 4:1; John 1:33; Acts 1:4-5; 2:4; 4:8,31; 6:3,5; 7:55; 10:47; 11:24; 13:9,52; 1 Corinthians 12:12)
  8. 8. He gives us a new birth. (John 3:5,8)
  9. 9. He leads us into worship. (John 4:23)
  10. 10. He flows like a river from the spirit-man. (John 7:38-39)
  11. 11. He ministers truth – in us, through us and to us. (John 14:17; 15:26; 16:13)
  12. 12. He dwells in people. (John 14:17; Romans 8:9,11; 1 Corinthians 3:16)
  13. 13. The Holy Spirit gives comfort, health, and strength. (John 15:26; Acts 9:31)
  14. 14. He proceeds from the Father. (John 15:26)
  15. 15. He shows us things to come. (John 16:13)
  16. 16. He gives us the gift of tongues. (Acts 2:4)
  17. 17. He releases prophecy, dreams and visions. (Acts 2:17,18; 11:28)
  18. 18. He can transport people physically. (Acts 8:39)
  19. 19. The Holy Spirit brings direction and guidance. (Mark 13:36; 13:11; Acts 10:19; 11:12; 21:11; 1 Timothy 4:1
  20. 20. He is Holiness. (Romans 1:4)
  21. 21. He is the 'Spirit of life' and gives life. (Romans 8:1,10 John 10:10)
  22. 22. The Holy Spirit invites us to walk with Him. (Romans 8:4-5)
  23. 23. He groans, prays and intercedes. (Romans 8:26-27)
  24. 24. He is a Sword. (Ephesians 6:17)
  25. 25. The Holy Spirit produces fruit in our lives. (Galatians 5:22-23; Ephesians 5:9)
  26. 26. He helps us in our weakness. (Romans 8:26)
  27. 27. He bears witness. (Acts 5:32 15:28; 20:23; Romans 8:15-16; Hebrews 10:15; 1 John 4:13; 5:6-8)
  28. 28. He is the Spirit of Adoption. (Romans 8:15)
  29. 29. He gives us power to mortify the deeds of the flesh. (Romans 8:13)
  30. 30. He provides power for miracles, signs, wonders and powerful preaching. (Acts 1:8; 1 Corinthians 2:4)
  31. 31. He ministers love to people. (Romans 15:30)
  32. 32. He searches the deep things of God. (1 Corinthians 2:10)
  33. 33. He quickens our mortal body. (Romans 8:13)
  34. 34. He brings revelation. (Luke 2:25; 1 COrinthians 2:10,12; Ephesians 1:17-19; 3:5)
  35. 35. The Holy Spirit reveals to us what has been given by God. (1 Corinthians 2:12)
  36. 36. He washes, sanctifies, purifies and justifies. (Romans 15;16, 1 Corinthians 6:11; 2 Thessalonians 2:13; 1 Timothy 3:16; 1 Peter 1:2,22)
  37. 37. He gives gifts. (1 Corinthians 12:4-11; Hebrews 2:4)
  38. 38. He seals us. (2 Corinthians 1:22; Ephesians 4:30
  39. 39. He brings liberty. (2 Corinthians 3:17)
  40. 40. He changes us into the image of Christ. (2 Corinthians 3:17)
  41. 41. He is the promise of the blessing of Abraham. (Galatians 3:14)
  42. 42. He releases a cry in our spirit to Abba Father. (Galatians 4:6)
  43. 43. He gives us access to the Father. (Ephesians 2:18)
  44. 44. The Holy Spirit builds people together for a house for God. (Ephesians 2:22)
  45. 45. He strengthens us with might. (Ephesians 3:16)
  46. 46. He brings unity. (Ephesians 4:3-4)
  47. 47. He is better than new wine. (Ephesians 5:18)
  48. 48. He supplies of Himself to us. (Philippians 1:19)
  49. 49. He is in the midst of Christian fellowship. (2 Corinthians 13;14; Philippians 2:1)
  50. 50. He is grace. (Hebrews 10:29)
  51. 51. He is glory. (1 Peter 4:14)
  52. 52. The Holy Spirit speaks to the churches. (Revelation 2:11,17,29; 3:6,13,22)
  53. 53. He calls for the Bridegroom. (Revelation 22:17)
  54. 54. The Holy Spirit has the power of conception and anointing for God's purposes. (Matthew 1:18,20; Luke 1:35)
  55. 55. He teaches. (Luke 12:12; John 14:26; 1 Corinthians 2:13; 1 John 2:27)
  56. 56. He gives commandments. (Acts 1:2)
  57. 57. He provides power to be a witness. (Acts 1:8)
  58. 58. He provides boldness. (Acts 4:31)
  59. 59. He gives sight. (Acts 9:17)
  60. 60. He commissions. (Acts 13:4)
  61. 61. He restrains. (Acts 16:6)
  62. 62. He appoints ministries and gives them authority. (Acts 20:28)
  63. 63. He releases love. (Romans 5:5)
  64. 64. He is righteousness, peace and joy. (Romans 14:17; 15:13; 1 Thessalonians 1:6)
  65. 65. He confesses Christ's Lordship. (1 Corinthians 12:3)
  66. 66. The Holy Spirit brings the gospel. (1 Thessalonians 1:5-6)
  67. 67. He provides is with keeping power. (2 Timothy 1:14)
  68. 68. He brings renewal. (Titus 3:5)
  69. 69. He moves on believers. (2 Peter 1:21)
  70. 70. He convicts the world. (John 16:8)

The 2013 Pottie Story
It was the 19th of July and first practice day...

of the Nordkette invitational race in Innsbruck, Austria. It was a winner takes all race with a first place prize of 5000 euro. Its one of the more technical tracks in the world and its over ten minutes.

I headed up for my first practice run and just took it easy, as I got about half way down I entered a root section and stopped to check it out. I spotted my line and pushed back up to give it another go and as I entered the section my front wheel just slid out on one of the roots and sent me falling down straight on to roots and rocks. I was in massive pain and just sat there for a while. When the pain subsided I started making my way down the track and felt that my wrist was also a bit weak. Not really painful but weak.

As I got to the bottom it started swelling up until in the afternoon it was swollen good and quite sore. I went to the hospital to check it out and after an MRI scan the doctor told me that I had broken scaphoid bone in my wrist. That was quite a big blow to me as I trained really hard for this season and was really motivated to make it this season my best ever and to play with the boys in the big leagues.

The following week I flew home to come and recover. Staying with my awesome wife Esmare was a big help. She always supports me in everything that I do and helped me do things that I could because of my wrist. Being surrounded my really good friends was also a big help as there are times that you feel like giving up and they just talk some sense into you.

I also I had a lot of time to think, as to why this sort of stuff happens and I realized that God has a plan for everything that happens to you. The more time that goes by the more I realize why It happened. Without my faith setbacks like this would have been unbearable and I would have probably given up. But He says in his word many times, "do not fear". So we just need the faith and give our best at what we do. The things will definitely fall into place for good at the end of the day.

I am now back on my bike in Europe smashing trails and having as much fun as ever.

Hope you like my story

Till next time
Johann "Pottie" Potgieter

Pictures: DUPiX and Johann Potgieter FB Page

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