Voted the number one place to visit in the world, for multiple years, Cape Town is a place unlike any other. Cycle along the winding coastal roads of the peninsula or take to the leafy suburban across the mountain, offering a range of diverse natural splendor that cannot be beaten. Home to the world renowned Cape Town Cycle Tour, cycling enthusiast come from across the globe to experience a race that is as much competition as it is an awe-inspiring ride through one of the most beautiful regions on earth. With the famed Table Mountain towering high over the city and two oceans meeting to the south, Cape Town is a cyclists dream with a new adventure around every corner. Whether winding along Chapman’s Peak drive or pedaling through the leafy Constantia wine region, there is something for every discerning cyclist. It’s time to get out your bike and hit the road, taking in all that this natural paradise has to offer.
Day 1 – Blouberg to Llunduno (86 km, ascent ???)
Ride from Eden on the Bay, Bloubergstrand head towards the city centre along a dedicated cycle path, through the Waterfront, Moullie Point, Sea Point, Bantry Bay to the top of Suikerbossie, Llundudno. Return via the same route to Eden on the Bay for a coffee.
Day 2 – Sea Point to Long Beach, Noordhoek (100 km, ascent???)
Ride from the Point Gym, Green Point through Sea Point, Camps Bay, over Suikerbossie to Hout Bay. Climb Chapmans Peak and descend to Long Beach, Noordhoek. Stop for coffee in Noordhoek and return to the Point Gym via the same route
Day 3- Sea Point to Noordhoek and Surrounds (130 km, ascent ???)
Ride from the Point Gym, Green Point climb Suikerbossie and Chapmans Peak , descend into Noordhoek and surrounds. Stop for coffee in Noordhoek and return to the Point Gym via the same route
Day 4 – Sea Point to Cape Point (120 km, ascent ????)
Ride from the Point Gym, Green Point to Cape Point through Kommetjie, Misty Cliffs over Smitswinkel. Stop for coffee in Noordhoek and return to the Point Gym via the same route.
Day 5 – Sea Point to Constantia via Hout Bay(100 km, ascent ???)
Ride from the Point Gym, Green Point to Hout Bay, over Black Hill, Ou Kaapse Weg into Constantia, climb Constantia Nek, descend back into Hout Bay and return via Suikerbossie and Camps Bay. Stop for coffee at the Waterfront.
Day 6 – Flexible Day Activity
This day is flexible depending on group. Non cycling activities could be considered. E.g. City Tour, Mountain Hike, Wine Tour