Celebrate Women’s Month with 3-day Ladies MTB Tour

3-day Ladies MTB Tour

The 3-day Ladies MTB Tour mountain bike event takes place from 1-3 September 2017 at the Little France Farm Resort located in the picturesque wine-producing valley of Robertson, only two hour’s drive from Cape Town and will be the start and finish-line for all the stages.  The 3-day Ladies MTB Tour is a perfect way to conclude Woman’s Month celebrations during August.

On Friday, 1 September Stage 1 will cover a distance of 80km with a climb of 650m taking riders in a south easterly direction with lunch at Van Loveren Wine Estate, before returning to Little France. During the second stage cyclists will endure the challenge in and around the Rooiberg area with lunch at Roma – covering a distance 70km with a 1000m gradient. The final stage on Sunday, 3 September will  include a shorter distance of 65km, with a  500m climb taking riders into an easterly direction, and returning for lunch to Little France to conclude the Tour.

Two Ride Captains will accompany the single group of riders throughout the different routes over the 3-day cycling experience. Cyclists will experience limited single track challenges during the 3-day Ladies MTB Tour.

The cost for the 3-day Ladies MTB Tour is R3 250 and includes a goodiebag, back-up vehicle support, a cycling shirt,  3 breakfasts, 3 lunch packs, 3 suppers, and a 3 night Guest House Accommodation.

This is the first year that Williams Hunt will join the Ladies MTB, with Racepace as the official sponsor of this magnificent event bringing the cyclist closer to the various biospheres and the beauty of nature.

The 3-day Ladies MTB Tour gives back to the community with the Herberg Children’s Home in Robertson as beneficiary, caring for 122 abandoned children from baby to 18 years old.

The amount of R668 000.00 has been raised over the past four years and has been used for the education of these children.

For more information Contact Johan on 082 938 9886 or visit www.mountainbikeadventuretours.co.za      

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