The route extends across the length of
the country and passes through 22 towns/cities. There are thus 22 shifts. Each town has an own group
of cyclists who ride only from their town/city to the next town. So when cyclists start at Beit
Bridge, everyone starts at their town to tackle their shift. That way, the whole distance is taken
down in a “japtrap”. We will start in Kimberley and ride to Hopetown.
It's not a race. Anyone can participate regardless of age, gender, fit or not as fit. Everyone who participates is driving as far as he/she can or will. Importantly there will be a “braai” afterwards at Orange Rust. Bring own cutlery and drinks. Headaches won't get you because it's a cheerful bunch of people. There will be support on the route, feel free to put you
nutrition on the vehicles. If you do want to make use of your own support, you are more than welcome. Transport back from Hopetown you have to reel yourself unfortunately.
4 Well serviced Hydration stations
Refreshments at the finish which include food and something for your thirst.
Medical support on route as well as on route support for all riders.
Keep in mind that the purpose of this bike ride is to promote cycling as relaxation for all AND NOT A "RACE"
Race date is preliminary due to COVID-19 Regulations and is limited as per lock down regulations
Where – Horseshoe Kimberley
Date & Time – 2022/05/07 at 07:00
Distance – 115km
Route - 115km
Fees – R250-00 per person (All money raised will go to Sally Aucamp)
Briefing at 06h45 on the morning before the start.
Entry Closes on 2022/05/03
For Any queries, questions or info:
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