To kick off our new series of Commuter Stories, we asked South African journalist and passionate commuter cyclist Telford Vice to share his experience of cycling in Cape Town… “Why do I ride a bicycle? Silly question. Here’s a better one: why doesn’t everyone ride a bicycle?”
This quick easy commute follows the cycleway along the Atlantic Seaboard from Seapoint to CBD. Most of the route is completely traffic free and flat! Pop into some of the city’s favorite bike friendly cafes and bicycle shops along the way.
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. […]
It is official, the #ShareTheSpace pilot, that saw the Sea Point Promenade opened to bicycles, skateboards and rollerbladers, over the past few months, has been a huge success! The City now plans to keep the Prom open indefinitely…
Imagine a street where joggers, cyclists, skaters and dogs transit safely and harmoniously… you have arrived at Cape Town’s Promenade in Seapoint! As part of the Transport Month celebrations the City has decided to lift the ban on bicycles, skateboards and rollerskates on this highly desired and contested public site.