Just off the N3 between Vosloorus and Heidelberg, you’ll find one of the shining diamonds in Jozi’s outdoor crown. This haven is Suikerbosrand, a nature reserve resplendent with all the kloofs, ridges and plains one could possibly explore in a day.
The De Hoop Nature Reserve sustains part of the world’s smallest and most threatened plant kingdom – the Cape Floral Kingdom. Close-up encounters with bontebok, Cape mountain zebra, eland, baboons and ostrich are a highlight of any ride.
OVERVIEW This breathtakingly scenic ‘tamer’ section of the Wild Coast languishes along the muddy roil of the Great Kei River, within easy reach of Port Elizabeth and the N2, inland from the Indian Ocean coastline. The whole of the Old Transkei rates as one of SA’s most undiscovered cycling destinations […]
Overview Good old PE … I love riding here in the Friendly (or Windy – it’s all about perspective) City. One of my recently discovered trails is at Hopewell, a newly developed eco-estate, blessed with lazy single-track curves meandering forever along a series of undulating fynbos ridges. The whole family […]
Overview This venue has a range of world-class, purpose-built trails for mountain bikers and trail runners with a proper sense of adventure. The trails cater for beginner to intermediate riders and with distances from 7.5km to 21.5km you should find your perfect fit. You get to run and ride in […]
Overview The idea to link three existing trail hubs in order to offer more than 200km of marked routes, including at least 70km of single-track sections to the local MTB community seemed like an impossible dream, but three local enthusiasts made this a reality. Brett and Grant Puttergill and Didier […]