Hill, who also won on the opening day, beat Phillimon Sebona and Brennan Anderson into second and third place respectively.
“It’s always nice coming back and winning races and being involved with races that have grown over the years,” said Hill.
“To have my name on the leaderboard and have it there four times means a lot. That consistency is what I try and pride myself on in terms of racing.
“Being consistent with results, being up there and racing hard is for me one of the most important things.
“It’s a big feather in my cap and I’m really lucky to be able to race so hard.”
Hill said day two was a bit longer than yesterday and consisted of more open road and singletrack sections.
“The technical singletrack was quite tough on the body, especially after two days of racing.”
He added that the second day usually started quite fast.
“I had a bit of a mechanical early on in the race. A piece of wire wrapped around my back wheel, which slowed me down a bit.
“I had to chase back onto the group and as I got back on the group the Pyga team attacked and that put me a bit in the red,” said Hill, referring to Matthys Beukes and Pieter du Toit, who won the men’s team race today.
“So I settled and rode with Phillimon. I ended up getting away from him after he had a bit of a tumble on one of the singletrack sections and went into the river.
“All in all though, it was a spectacular day of racing.
“I’m happy that the racing intensity is picking up and I’m happy with how the legs felt. Next weekend at PE Plett will be great.”