Whether you’re riding for charity, fun or competitively, the Cape Town Cycle Tour is a fantastic event. The city of Cape Town is engulfed by, on average, about 35 000 cyclists from around the world. These riders come from far and wide to take part in the largest timed road cycling race in the world. In 2016 it will be the 39th annual edition of the race and according to organisers; it is shaping up to be the biggest Cycle Tour, ever.
According to David Bellairs, Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust Director, this is at least partly, due to the strong focus on charity group entries. He went on to state that “entry interest for 2016 is significantly higher than in previous years. As a result, we’re anticipating individual entries selling out in record time this year.”
If you’re looking at participating in the Cape Town Cycle Tour this year, you will need to find accommodation for the weekend, and that – if left too late – can be very tricky. The City’s hotels and guesthouses are usually pretty full, so it’s important to find affordable accommodation that suits your needs, early. Take Garden’s Centre Holiday Apartments for example, our lodgings are affordable, central and are sure to provide you a good night’s sleep both before, and after, the 109km ride.
To avoid disappointment and the last minute scurry to find a room for the weekend, get in touch with us today, so that you can focus on your preparations for next year’s race with no distractions. For more information on the event and how to enter, visit the official Cape Town Cycle Tour, and best of luck!