Every time I travel down roads seldom pedaled I discover a whole new experience of our city. The route to Mitchells Plain is just 21km, but it is absolutely facinating, transversing a variety of landscapes – from the leafy suburbs of Claremont to the verdant farmlands of Philippi. In this article Brett Petzer shares his […]
Take a day out to explore one of Cape Town’s oldest townships. Langa is a unique area steeped in Jazz tradition, with a rich cultural and historic heritage. At the heart of Langa lies the vibrant Langa Quarter – Langa’s cultural hub and home to a variety of community outreach projects and cultural institutions, art and craft studios, theaters, restaurants and shops. Getting to Langa by […]
Cycling between Gardens (Vredehoek and Oranjezicht), and the Waterfront is a breeze. This route is perfect for either a fast paced commute or a more leisurely urban adventure – exploring the city’s favorite bike friendly cafes and attractions like the Company’s Garden, Iziko Museum, the Two Oceans Aquarium and the VnA Waterfront precinct.
Discover one of Cape Town’s favorite places to cycle, walk and play. The Seapoint Promenade runs the length of Sea Point’s beachfront, from Bantry Bay to Mouille Point where it connects to the Green Point Urban Park. This scenic route is completely traffic free and is suitable for kids and riders of every fitness level. […]
A day out with Open Design exploring the intersection of design, mobility and urban space – with cycling, skate boarding and graffiti art all creating excitement around the Open Design event (13- 23 August).
Whether your are heading out to the Old Biscuit Mill for a morning of fun, fashion and food or are commuting to work in Salt River or Woodstock, this easy route will get you there hassle free. There are lots of interesting things to see and some great bike friendly coffee spots and shops. The […]