A mountain bike trek through the heart of the Cederberg – 2017 is a year for exciting new changes to South Africa’s most breathtaking 100 Miler. The Cederberg 100 Miler has been moved to 22 – 23 April of this year, to fit in with the energetic MTB calendar this time of the year.
It is also a perfect weekend for a getaway and another great reason to explore the mesmerizing mountains of the Cederberg. The Cederberg 100 Miler has been known as one of the must-do-events when it comes to one-day marathon mountain biking.
The 160km and 3000m elevation over the Cederberg mountain range, treks all the way from Clanwilliam to Koue Bokkeveld on one of South Africa’s most sought after gravel roads. Surrounded by the Cederberg’s unique fynbos veld-life, towering mountain peaks and ancient Bushmen history, it’s an event that will make you feel rather small.
Doing 160km in one day is definitely not for everybody. This year, the organisers have launched a brand-new format to an already great event. The 2017 edition of the race will now offer riders a choice between The Race (160km in one day) and The Trek (80km per day over two days).
The Race will depart from Clanwilliam on Sunday 23 April 2017 and go all the way to the finish at Kaleo in one day. This is the original Cederberg 100 Miler.
For more information visit www.cederberg100miler.co.za