The Cape Town Cycle Tour is owned and staged by the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust and it is the largest, timed cycling event in the world.
It also celebrates its 38th year in 2015 when, on the morning of Saturday, 8 March, 35 000 cyclists will line up to ride the 109km route through some of the world’s most spectacular scenery that includes the iconic Table Mountain as a backdrop. The main beneficiaries of the Cape Town Cycle Tour are the Pedal Power Association (PPA) and Rotary Club of Claremont, which are equal stakeholders in the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust.
South African residents: R430
Rest of Africa: R430 (includes Mauritius)
International entries: R730
PPA members will receive a discount of R30
Online entries are on on a first come, first served basis. To enter online, you will need a valid credit card. Please note that we do not accept EFT payments or direct deposits.
The following is a general description of the route. The start is in the city centre, outside the Civic Centre. You then travel along the M3 to Lakeside where you will then join Main Road which will take you through Muizenberg, Kalk Bay and Fish Hoek. From there you take the coastal road to Simonstown and then go past the entrance to the Cape Point Nature Reserve. You then continue to Scarborough and on to Oceanview, missing the Kommetjie Hill. Then its Chapman’s Peak and up Suikerbossie and along the coast to Greenpoint.
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PLEASE NOTE: LOCAL ENTRIES ARE CLOSED, BUT AFRICAN AND INTERNATIONAL ENTRIES ARE STILL OPEN
. SOUTH AFRICAN CYCLISTS CAN STILL ENTER THROUGH A PARTICIPATING CHARITY
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Last update on this event: 30/01/2015
Event added: 30/01/2015