The Demacon rider, who placed second behind teammate Lynette Burger last year, added that she felt in good form and would, as always, approach the race looking for a win.
“Lynette broke away quite early into the race with the junior boys [last year]. From there it was just a matter of making sure no one got away and that our team kept her up front.
“I was very thrilled about the overall team results. First and second in a race is always a good feeling.”
Each race was different and the goal would be to work as a team like they always did, she said.
“Everything and anything can happen in a race,” said Le Court. “We haven’t discussed strategies yet as we normally do that the morning of the race, but it will be for the team to try and take the win.”
Le Court, who won this year’s Cape Town Cycle Tour, Emperors Palace Road Classic, Tour Durban, 100 Cycle Challenge and Cycle4Cansa, will line up with Heidi Dalton and Carla Oberholzer for the 110km race that now includes areas with traffic-free and reduced-traffic zones.
The 22-year-old said she loved the race as it was well organised and held in a pleasant setting.
“It’s pretty much flatter than quite a few races out there but as the route has changed I’m not too sure how this one will be.”
Le Court said she enjoyed her 2018 season as it included a lot of racing and the team “did such an amazing job” throughout.
“We ride well together and are like a family. It was sad when Lynette [Burger] had her accident and that really damaged the whole team – mentally and physically. I’ve trained so much more on my mountain bike lately so as not to be on the road. I feel safer then.