Jonkershoek Valley and Stellenbosch Ebike tour
Effortless rides along Cape Town's most scenic routes.
Visit the Second Oldest Town of South Africa and the jaw dropping Jonkershoek Valley
Nestled behind Stellenbosch, the second oldest town and wine-making region of South Africa you will find the Valley of Jonkershoek with jaw-dropping landscapes and views.
The Valley surrounded by mountains is the perfect place to be visited by Ebikes.
Jonkershoek Valley and Stellenbosch Ebike tour.
Jonkershoek Valley and Stellenbosch tour Overview:
This route will take you from the centre of Stellenbosh along the Eerste river passing some university campus and old houses on a bicycle path and will leave the town via a gravel road climbing gently and slowly giving you a glimpse of the scenery that will be entertaining your journey. We will then come down the hill passing through the Five stars Lanzerac wine estate then we will ride on a bicycle path through the forest towards the valley of Jonkershoek. On our way back we will use another road taking us through the old residential area of Stellenbosch where you will see some amazing and beautiful houses from the past.
Mountain bike riders possibility to add an Extra 7 Km
This option will take you higher up in the Jonkershoek valley with even more spectacular views
This offer is only valid from 4 riders and +
Choose the Extra options when booking (R250 P/P)
The tour price includes:
Knowledgeable and enthusiastic personal guide (DEAT qualified)
Fully charged electric bicycle fitted to your size
Bottle of water
Entry fee to Nature reserve
The tour price excludes:
Transfers from the accommodation. Meeting place of the tour
Important Information and riding level
This Ebike Tours is part on the track, bicycle paths and roads.
Basic bicycle handling like standing up and starting or stopping without being seated.
Minimum height = 1,6m.
Maximum weight = 105kg
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What to wear:
A pair of cycling shorts is recommended, but normal shorts will suffice if you do not have cycling shorts.
Closed walking shoes, sunglasses and a windbreaker. Most importantly, sun protection and your camera!