Cape Town Cycle Tour EXPO: A Shopper’s Paradise for Cyclists

If you are an international cyclist, planning on heading to South Africa for the Cape Town Cycle Tour in March 2017, don’t worry about packing everything but the kitchen sink in your suitcase, you can get all the cycling accessories, clothing, supplements, spares and tools you need at the Cycle Tour EXPO, and if the…

Cairo to Cape Town – Now that’s what I call a Cycle Tour!

While most of us cycling enthusiasts travel to Cape Town for the world-famous 109km Cycle Tour (previously the Argus), British endurance cyclist Mark Beaumont decided to push his African Adventure one-step further with a whopping 10,863km journey from Cairo to Cape Town. Smashing previous records by a staggering 17 days, 32-year-old Mark from Perthshire in…

Cape Town Cycle Tour – Is Suikerbossie Really That Bad?

If you are cycling the Cape Town Cycle Tour for the first time in 2015, you have probably heard the words Suikerbossie and Chapman’s Peak more than a few times, but are these hills really as bad as people make out…? The first time I cycled the Cape Town Cycle Tour (previously the Cape Argus),…

Ride the World – Top Cycling Events 2014 / 2015

If you love to cycle and love to travel, why not combine the two and spend your next holidays riding in some of the World’s Top Cycling Events. There are literally hundreds of different cycling events scheduled to take place between now and next spring, so now is the perfect time to dust off your…

Last Chance to Enter the Cape Argus Cycle Tour 2014

With just over five weeks to go until the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour 2014 (that’s 39 days, 12 hours, and 32 minutes for anyone who’s interested!), the pressure is on to train, train, and then train some more, in preparation for the world’s largest timed cycle race. I’ve whinged and whined about…