At no. 32 Loop Street lies the answer to adventuring through Cape Town with a healthy difference â€“ Bikes â€˜n Wines. Their bicycles are all on site and range from state of the art vintage, mountain and road bicycles. The tours are either half or full day, and there are a select few options that offer exciting overnight tours.
The Absa Cape Epic was first staged in 2004 and in just over a decade the race has become the Mountain Bike equivalent of the Tour de France. With a limit of 1,200 riders it is no surprise that entries into the race are very sought after and the entries are generally all sold out within 45 minutes of the announcement that they are available.
Eleventh on the final stage for a 12th overall and second place in the Absa African Jersey competition.
It was a fitting full circle for Gawie Combrinck and Nico Bell of NAD Pro MTB as they finished the 13th Absa Cape Epic at Meerendal Wine Farm, the same venue where their #8DaysOfCourage journey started a week ago.
Keeping a watch over Camps Bay from the Table Mountain range is the grand twelve apostles. The Twelve Apostles only actual reference to the original twelve apostles is the Judas peak that crowns Hout Bay, otherwise the 17 differently shaped buttresses are not named after the twelve apostles at all.