Cape Town’s CBD will be heaving in the early hours of Sunday, 8 March, as thousands of 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.
There will be a free MyCiTi shuttle operating between Civic Centre, Thibault Square and Stadium stations on Sunday, 8 March for Cape Town Cycle Tour participants and spectators.
Buses will depart from Stadium station every 10 minutes from 05:00 to 12:00, every 20 minutes from 12:00 to 14:00 and every 10 minutes from 14:00 to 18:00.
All other MyCiTi travel requires each passenger to have a myconnect card loaded with value.
Please note that some MyCiTi services will be affected by road closures on Saturday, 7 March and Sunday, 8 March.
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.
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