The title to this blog posting may seem a little strange. Read on for a little more insight...
One of the places in South Africa that ceases to amaze me, is the Great Karoo… You simply have to experience this wide open space where nothingness equals everything...
Cape Conquest Tour on one of the worlds truly legendary motorbikes…
First off… to explain… when you ‘pilot’ a sidecar you ‘drive’ it! Seriously, not ride!!! News to me when reading the info at the depot in Cape Town. Perhaps a bit of background...
It is officially Spring here in South Africa! On the first day of September we usher in spring and the long summer
South Africa is a traveler's dream. For bikers, this is twice as true, perfect conditions for motorcycle touring in a setting that is second to none.
The world of motorcycling is full of stories of great adventures – usually told from the perspective of the rider. In comparison, pillion riders keep a rather low profile. They seldom boast about the blissful happiness and pure joy they experience when being out on the road with a trustworthy rider. And they rarely ever mention the bravery it sometimes takes to get on the back of a motorbike. It’s about time we take a peek into the secret world as seen from the back of a bike.
Food Glorious Food – What is ‘South African Cuisine’?! What exactly, or not so exactly - as the case may be, is ‘South African Cuisine’? In South Africa food is influenced by many and varied people groups, including the Dutch, British, French, Indian and Malaysian people.
In the southern Hemisphere, we get some of the best riding in the winter months (June / July) and between seasons (Autumn: April / May and Spring: August / September). So how about considering our winter for your summer holiday!?
Mountain Passes are a daily feature of Motorcycling around South Africa
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