“It feels good to come into the race with a recent win, but we will see how it goes as every race is different.”
The Mauritian rider said she was not yet sure what her role would be within the demacon team, but she currently felt on form despite being under the weather.
“I started to get the flu on Monday so I’m not happy about that, but hopefully I will feel better later in the week.
“Overall, I’m feeling ready and super excited to take part,” said Le Court.
With regards to their competitors, she felt that in every race their main competition was themselves as they always wanted to do their best.
“We don’t really look at who to beat but we look for how we can win and we go out there and make sure we give our best,” she said.
The 100 Cycle Challenge is dubbed Gauteng’s newest and fastest road race with the 100km route starting and finishing at Germiston Lake.
“I don’t know much about the route but I heard it’s quite flat. I do know the wind might be crazy but no matter what, we’re there to enjoy ourselves,” said Le Court.
The ladies outfit have had an exceptional season thus far with Le Court also claiming the Cape Town Cycle Tour and Emperors Palace Road Classic titles, while national road champion Carla Oberholzer won the Ride for Sight, Berge en Dale and Vulintaba Extreme race.
“We [demacon] could not have wished for better. We have won every single race we have entered. Our goal is obviously to win again,” said Le Court.
“Just as we have done all year long, we’ll work as a team and trust each other and the results will automatically be positive.”