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Edge of Africa

Cape Town – Cape Agulhas 01- 10/04 The first men who ventured into the southern seas were spellbound by the wild beauty of the peninsula: flowers, herbs, woods, elephants, hippos. Since the advent of pastoralists, the original peninsular Khoi vanished, the wild herds were wiped out and much of the endemic vegetation has been uprooted […]

We Flex Our Muscles

We had hardly used our riding gear since we had arrived at the surf house, so we thought that had to change. The best thing about Cape Town are the hikes. In less than 30 minutes one can be far from the bustling city, sweating it out under one of the most amazing cloudscapes and […]

Keeping It Real

Charl lives in Cape Town and is a keen rider. We could also say he is some sort of an urban priest, a welcoming guru to his Bikers’ Church, where he’s working to offer hope to many lost souls. He read our story on advrider.com and invited us for lunch. What a find! Charl has […]

Two Hundred And Seventy-five Sunrises

We have been riding across the longest inhabited continent on Earth for over 9 months, its time to share with you some interesting numbers. As you already know, [highlight color=’#393939′ background_color=’#ccff00′]this ride is not a race.[/highlight] We begun in Morocco, riding from the heights of the Atlas, to the fringes of the Sahara desert. We […]

The End of The Endless Summer 2

Cape Town 11- 21/03 We had lots of business to cater for: passport pages running out and a bike in need of spare parts. We payed a visit to the Romanina Consulate and the welcome was beyond any expectations. The Consul, Mr. Silviu Rogobete, made substantial efforts to offer us the best solution to be […]