The team started day two with a two minute lead over Hendrik Bester and Brennan Anderson and overcame the challenging route of the second and final stage.
The two young riders charged up the final climb up Sani Pass and Zellhuber won the King of the Mountains award.
Bester and Anderson gave managed to opened a small gap early in the stage, but were reeled in at the start of Sani Pass.
Sarah Matcher and Rialette Kruger dominated the women’s field and Retha and Gertjie Harmse took overall honours in the mixed category.
Grant Lavers and Miroda Otto comfortably won the men’s and women’s solo events, respectively.
Zellhuber’s younger brother and team mate Ethan Kemp won the shorter Sani Dragon Lite.
Gregg McDonagh won the men’s sol, whils Melissa Abbey overtook Shareen Snyman during stage two to win the women’s division.
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