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Cape Town’s CBD will be heaving in the early hours of Sunday, 10 March, as 35 000 nervous cyclists look for parking. Don’t be a sheeple: there are public transport options that will allow you to have a gentle ride to the start, stress-free.
MyCiTi services may be affected on Race Day. A free shuttle service will be running every 10 minutes from the Civic Centre station to the Cape Town Stadium Stop via the Thibault Square Stop. Cyclists (with their bikes) and Spectators may use the free shuttle service to travel between the start at the Grand Parade Precinct in the CBD and the finish village in Green Point.
Metrorail has undertaken to allow bicycles on the trains for the day of the Cycle Tour. Tickets for the train will be on sale in the registration area at the Cape Town Cycle Tour Expo. You can also opt to buy a ticket from any Metrorail station which has a ticket office on the premises. A bus shuttle will operate between Simon’s Town and Fish Hoek.
Here is our advice on how to get to the start, in time, and with minimal hassle.
Where to get last-minute bike spares and caffeine fix, drop your tog bag and use the loo before you set out on the course.
Stay up to date with all that is happening around the Cape Town Cycle Tour.
The provisional date for the 2020 Cape Town Cycle Tour is set for 8 March 2020.
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