Bicycle MicroAdventures

Adventure is not only for ‘Adventurers’ – sometimes the best adventures can be found right on your doorstep! Discover the Joys of Bicycle Microadventures – where every day can become an opportunity to hit the refresh button on your life. Here we share our favourite Cape Town microadventures and tips on gear and planning.


routes-challengeOUR LATEST ADVENTURES

Explore our collection of our favorite bicycle microadventures. From seaside campsites to mountain hide outs – these locations are close enough to visit overnight (by bike), and yet just far enough to get away from it all. Our route maps can be download to GPS devices or mobile.

VIEW ADVENTURES

S24o-gangJOIN AN ADVENTURE

Join our S24O Bicycle MicroAdventures Facebook Group where we share upcoming adventures. Anyone is welcome to join, invite their friends and organise Sub-24-Hour overnight bicycle adventures. Members are free to suggest routes and dates for these Micro-Adventures.

JOIN THE GROUP

routes-day-outSHARE YOUR ADVENTURE

Have you been on a great adventure (great or small) that you would like to share with us? Then drop us an email and tell us your story.

SHARE YOUR ADVENTURE

packing upTIPS ON MICROADVENTURES

Here we share the secrets to great microadventures. From tips on kit, gear and bikes to stories that will inpire you to open your mind to new adventures that challenge you to “turn down lanes you’ve long seen but never traveled” and get lost in the freedom of endless possibilities.

TIPS, IDEAS AND INSPIRATIONS

INSPIRATIONS

Adventure is the spirit of trying something new, trying something difficult. Above all, adventure is about enthusiasm, ambition, open-mindedness and curiosity.

– Alastair Humphreys, author and micro-adventurer

The best routes are the ones you haven’t ridden. You could pedal the same loops year after year. Many people do, literally or figuratively. But to grow, you need new rides. Risks. Turn down lanes you’ve long seen but never traveled. Get lost once or twice, then double back to where you started and try again
Live like this and you come to see unknown territory not as threatening, but as intriguing.

– Mark Remy, Bicycling Magazine 9/01