One of the Western Cape’s best riding regions is undoubtedly the Riviersonderend Mountains. They’ve been visited by the 2014 ABSA Cape Epic already and the Greyton Tour will be visiting them at the end of August. And in September, when the weather is beginning to clear, they play host to the Ride2Nowhere.


Running in a clover leaf format (surely the most comfortable stage race format) the Ride2Nowhere is based in the sleepy village of McGregor on the Northern side of the Sonderend Mountains. It offers riders the opportunity to ride a three day stage race of either 60-65km per day or a shorter 40-45km per day, making it perfect for riders looking to try a stage race seriously or just looking for an excuse for a weekend away. It’s billed as the race “where racing snakes and weekend warriors meet and compete for fun,” and we can’t top that.

Find out more at www.ride2nowhere.co.za or follow the race on Twitter at @Ride2Nowhere1.

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