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Cape Town Cycle Tour

It is now one of the world’s leading cycle events, but when Bill Mylrea, John Stegmann and Louis de Waal first proposed the Argus Tour, it was meant to be a protest ride to ‘encourage’ the city council to think about bicycles as part of its urban planning, and look after cyclists on the (by 1978 standards) busy roads.

As such, the event failed spectacularly for decades, but what a wonderful deviation from those goals it has become as the biggest timed bike race in the world.

The irony is that cycling has become so big in South Africa, thanks to the Cape Town Cycle Tour, that those dreamy objectives are now being realised across the city in the form of bike lanes, and cycle safety projects within and beyond the city limits. Read More about Cycle Tour’s history here. 

Start Line 101

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Race Day Road Closures

Make sure you are able to get to the start line with no snags or delay.

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Race Entries

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Pre-Race Information

Rules, race packs and razzmatazz.

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Route Information

Road closures, spectator spots and more.

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Race Day Information

Where to go, and what not to forget.

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Cycling Tips

Beginner training plans, and more.

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Post Race Information

Medals, photos, results and rewards.

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Cycle For A Cause

Ride your own charity challenge.

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Latest News

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Yes, You Can Ride 109km!

Here is a simple training programme –  and some expert advice – that should persuade you you can do this!

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12 weeks to go – here’s your plan!

The 2024 Cape Town Cycle Tour is just 12 weeks away, and the good people at Bicycling magazine have a

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