WIN a CSR RZ 250 motorcycle worth R29 900, courtesy of Cayenne

Date:23 May 2014

Are you fed up with the snail-like pace of your daily commute? Do you become jealous when you see motorcyclists breeze through heavy traffic while you’re stuck in teeth-grinding gridlock? Then maybe it’s time to acquire your own set of wheels.

The Cayenne Group’s Italian-styled CSR RZ 250 may look like a hell-raising superbike but in reality, it’s a stylish sports commuter that does its job with admirable restraint. Equipped with a single-cylinder, four-stroke air-cooled engine, it produces a respectable top speed in the region of 110 km/h.

Aside from such appealing attributes as outstanding fuel economy and reliability, the CSR RZ 250 delivers that indefinable something that makes it stand out in a crowd: it’s called fun. It’s available in four colours – white, red, blue and black – and yes, it’s suitable for both male and female riders.

Other features:
Power: 11,5 kW at 7 500 r/min
Front and rear disc brakes
Weight: 150 kg
Fuel tank capacity: 13 litres
Electric starter
CDI ignition
150 kg load capacity

For more information, contact the Cayenne Group on 011-244 1900 or visit

To enter the competition and stand a chance of winning a CSR RZ 250 in your own choice of livery, answer this question: Does the motorcycle come with front and rear disc brakes?

SMS the word CAYENNE, followed by the answer, your name and e-mail address to 32697 (R1,50 per SMS; this service does not allow for 8ta numbers), or fill in the online form below. Competition closes 30 June 2014, and a winner will be drawn on 4 July 2014.

Competition rules: 1. Entry is open to anyone except employees (and their immediate families) of Ramsay Media, the competition sponsor and associated agencies. 2. Only one online entry per person. You may enter via SMS as many times as you like (SMS charged at R1,50). 3. Competition runs until 30 June 2014. 4. We will draw the winner on 4 July 2014. 5. The prize is not redeemable for cash. 6. Prizes not claimed within 3 months will be forfeited. 7. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 8. Regrettably, only South African residents are eligible for prizes. 9. By entering this competition, you agree to receive future correspondence from Popular Mechanics. You can opt out at any stage by: (a) Sending an e-mail containing the relevant details with the subject line “opt out” to; or (b) Sending an SMS including the word “STOP” to 31699. Standard SMS rates apply. 10. For the complete set of competition rules, click here

  • Celia Ripley Van Wyk

    I can’t believe I only found this now! I entered anyways though! This is my dream bike right here!! 😀