Cape All Bike Race Day in pictures

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  1. Hayden Jonas, 10, on the KTM-engined Paetzold Special, battles it out for the lead in the first CBR150 race with the Honda CBR150s of Ayden van Rooijen, 34, and Raymond Alexander, 11. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  2. Namibian brothers Ronald, left, and Richard Slamet won the One-Hour endurance race. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  3. Malcolm Rapson, Kawasaki ZX-10R, was the first Solo rider home in the 1-Hour, and yes, his crew chief on the day was World Superstock star David McFadden. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  4. Frantic action in the pits as Mandy Peake takes over the Fast by Fran VTR1000 from Fran Engelbrecht. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  5. Ronald Slamet, 98, I-S Freight Services S1000RR, and Gerrit Visser Jr on the Jonas SV650, were first away from the Le Mans start of the 1-Hour. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  6. Ronald Slamet, 68, walked away with both Unlimited Superbike races in his first outing on the Mike Hopkins ZX-10R. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  7. Hayden Jonas, 58, and Warren Guantario, on identical Suzuki SV650s, dicing for the lead in the first Powersport race. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  8. Former SA champion Les van Breda finished second in the Vintage Superbike class on the ex-Alan Mouton Suzuki Katana.
  9. The finish between Tony Sterianos, 8, riding Alan Westmans Yamaha-based AWR500 and Lynton di Meola, 41, Honda XR650R, was so close that the timekeepers could not separate them. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  10. Kevin Spratleys immaculate Yamaha TZR125 was the first two-stroke home on both Super Singles races. Picture: Dave Abrahams
  11. Luke Acey, on Suzuki GSX-R750, walked away with both Breakfast Run Grand Prix races, recording a best lap of 1min19.673.
  12. It is astonishing how some riders find it so important to finish their parade laps before their friends. Picture: Dave Abrahams

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