The South African National Road Race Championship is a road bicycle race that takes place inside the South African National Cycling Championship, and decides the best cyclist in this type of race. The first race winner of the road race championship was Malcolm Lange in 1995; Malcolm Lange is the only cyclist to have won the championships three times. The women's record is held by Anriette Schoeman with 7 wins.
|Discipline||Road bicycle racing|
|First winner||Malcolm Lange|
|Most wins||Malcolm Lange (3 wins)|
|Most recent||Ryan Gibbons|
|1997||Rodney Green||Jac-Louis Van Wyck||Jacques Fullard|
|1998||Simon Kessler||Jacques Fullard||Malcolm Lange|
|1999||Malcolm Lange||Rudolf Wentzel||Jacques Fullard|
|2000||Simon Kessler||Kosie Loubser||Rudolf Wentzel|
|2001||Jacques Fullard||Simon Kessler||Owen Hannie|
|2002||Tiaan Kannemeyer||Ryan Cox||Morne Bester|
|2003||David George||Malcolm Lange||Rodney Green|
|2004||Ryan Cox||David George||Nicholas White|
|2005||Ryan Cox||Tiaan Kannemeyer||Rodney Green|
|2006||Jacques Fullard||Darren Lill||David George|
|2007||Malcolm Lange||David George||Neil McDonald|
|2008||Ian McLeod||Waylon Woolcock||David George|
|2009||Jamie Ball||Daryl Impey||Kosie Loubser|
|2010||Christoff Van Heerden||Nicholas White||James Lewis Perry|
|2011||Darren Lill||Burry Stander||Christoff Van Heerden|
|2012||Robert Hunter||Reinardt Janse van Rensburg||Johann Rabie|
|2013||Jay Thomson||Johann Rabie||Ian McLeod|
|2014||Louis Meintjes||Daryl Impey||Jay Thomson|
|2015||Jacques Janse van Rensburg||Daryl Impey||Reinardt Janse van Rensburg|
|2016||Jaco Venter||Reinardt Janse van Rensburg||Clint Hendricks|
|2017||Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg||Stefan De Bod||Willie Smit|
|2018||Daryl Impey||Jacques Janse Van Rensburg||Nolan Hoffman|
|2019||Daryl Impey||Ryan Gibbons||Stefan de Bod|
|2020||Ryan Gibbons||Daryl Impey||Jayde Julius|
|2003||Daryl Impey||Eckhard Bergh||Willie Van Zyl|
|2004||Eckhard Bergh||Daryl Impey||Waylon Woolcock|
|2005||Willie Van Zyl||Eckhard Bergh||John-Lee Augustyn|
|2006||John-Lee Augustyn||Joey Thompson||Shaun Davel|
|2008||Jacques Janse van Rensburg||Johann Rabie||Burry Stander|
|2009||Clinton Barrow||Henning Jooste||Johann Rabie|
|2010||Johan Van Zyl||Reynard Butler||Reinardt Janse van Rensburg|
|2011||Johan Van Zyl||Louis Meintjes||Jason Bakke|
|2012||Calvin Beneke||Louis Meintjes||Shaun-Nick Bester|
|2013||Louis Meintjes||Christopher Jennings||Kyle Donachie|
|2014||Louis Meintjes||Ryan Gibbons||Nick Dougall|
|2015||Jayde Julius||Stefan de Bod||Oliver Stapleton-Cotton|
|2016||Stefan de Bod||Ryan Gibbons||Keagan Girdlestone|
|Discipline||Road bicycle racing|
|First winner||Anriette Schoeman|
|Most wins||Anriette Schoeman (7 wins)|
|Most recent||Heidi Dalton|
|1998||Anriette Schoeman||Magdalena Day||Ronel Van Wyk|
|1999||Ronel Van Wyk||Rebecca Stamp||Tracey Jordaan|
|2000||Anriette Schoeman||Ronel Van Wyk||Annelise Stander|
|2001||Anriette Schoeman||Ronel Van Wyk||Dalena Nel|
|2002||Anriette Schoeman||Ronel Van Wyk||Thea Barkhuizen|
|2003||Anriette Schoeman||Ronel Van Wyk||Altie Pienaar|
|2004||Anriette Schoeman||Ronel Van Wyk||Chrissie Viljoen|
|2005||Ronel Van Wyk||Anriette Schoeman||Anke Erlank|
|2006||Anriette Schoeman||Marissa van der Merwe||Liezl Weideman|
|2007||Ronel Van Wyk||Marissa van der Merwe||Anriette Schoeman|
|2008||Cherise Taylor||Robyn De Groot||Elzette Visagie|
|2009||Lynette Burger||Ashleigh Moolman||Cherise Taylor|
|2010||Cherise Taylor||Anriette Schoeman||Carla Swart|
|2011||Marissa van der Merwe||Robyn De Groot||Cherise Taylor|
|2012||Ashleigh Moolman||Lise Olivier||Joanna van de Winkel|
|2013||Ashleigh Moolman||An-Li Kachelhoffer||Lise Olivier|
|2014||Ashleigh Moolman||Cherise Stander||Heidi Dalton|
|2015||Ashleigh Moolman||An-Li Kachelhoffer||Lynette Burger|
|2016||An-Li Kachelhoffer||Lise Olivier||Anriette Schoeman|
|2017||Heidi Dalton||An-Li Kachelhoffer||Ashleigh Moolman|
|2018||Carla Oberholzer||Maroesjka Matthee||Lynette Burger|
|2019||Ashleigh Moolman||Juanita Venter||Joanna van de Winkel|
|2020||Ashleigh Moolman||Carla Oberholzer||Maroesjka Matthee|
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