Cape Town Cycle Tour 2016: Last Chance to Enter!

We have just 40 days to go (yes, we’re most definitely counting!) until the Cape Town Cycle Tour 2016, and if you have been umming and ahhing about securing your spot on the world’s largest timed cycle race, your last chance to enter is fast approaching with charity entries closing on Wednesday 27th January, and international entries closing just a couple of weeks later on 18th February.

An iconic event that takes place in March each year, the Cape Town Cycle Tour attracts some 40,000 cyclists from across the globe who come together in South Africa’s Mother City to cycle one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the world.

Cape Argus Entries 2016

A one day, 109km tour that starts in the city centre and ends outside the impressive Green Point Stadium on the Atlantic Seaboard, the Cape Town Cycle Tour (previously the Cape Argus), is one of South Africa’s most prominent sporting events, and so there’s every chance you will spot a celebrity or two as you make your way around this challenging but do-able route.

Richard Branson has completed the cycle tour, as has Matt Damon, Lance Armstrong, and Jan Ulrich, but the event is open to everyone over the age of 13 years (11 years if you are riding on a tandem with an adult), and so you don’t need to be rich, famous, or even super fit to take part in Cape Town’s glorious cycling event.

Due to the dreadful fires that ravaged Cape Town last spring, the 2015 Cycle Tour was shortened to just 47km, and many internationals never got to see the magnificent coastline that makes this cycling event so special, so we have our fingers crossed that the course will remain clear over the coming weeks, and that those who are returning in order to cycle the ‘real’ event in 2016, will have an altogether different Cape Town Cycle Tour experience on March 6th.

Now really is your last chance to enter, so book your place on the Cape Town Cycle Tour today – you’ll be glad you did!

 

 

 

We have just 40 days to go (yes, we’re most definitely counting!) until the Cape Town Cycle Tour 2016, and if you have been umming and ahhing about securing your spot on the world’s largest timed cycle race, your last chance to enter is fast approaching with charity entries closing on Wednesday 27th January, and international entries closing just a couple of weeks later on 18th February.

An iconic event that takes place in March each year, the Cape Town Cycle Tour attracts some 40,000 cyclists from across the globe who come together in South Africa’s Mother City to cycle one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the world.

A one day, 109km tour that starts in the city centre and ends outside the impressive Green Point Stadium on the Atlantic Seaboard, the Cape Town Cycle Tour (previously the Cape Argus), is one of South Africa’s most prominent sporting events, and so there’s every chance you will spot a celebrity or two as you make your way around this challenging but do-able route.

Richard Branson has completed the cycle tour, as has Matt Damon, Lance Armstrong, and Jan Ulrich, but the event is open to everyone over the age of 13 years (11 years if you are riding on a tandem with an adult), and so you don’t need to be rich, famous, or even super fit to take part in Cape Town’s glorious cycling event.

Due to the dreadful fires that ravaged Cape Town last spring, the 2015 Cycle Tour was shortened to just 47km, and many internationals never got to see the magnificent coastline that makes this cycling event so special, so we have our fingers crossed that the course will remain clear over the coming weeks, and that those who are returning in order to cycle the ‘real’ event, will have an altogether Cape Town Cycle Tour experience on March 6th.

Now really is your last chance to enter, so book your place on the Cape Town Cycle Tour today – you’ll be glad you did!

 

 

 

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