Don’t forget: #bikesonboard launch, Friday 5 April, Platform 22, Cape Town Station

Proof that patience, and working together, pays off 🙂

And we’ll have Cape Town Bicycle Maps to give you too, in case you get lost en-route …There are a number of route options between Newlands and Observatory stations but if you’re more adventurous it is possible to ride almost entirely away from mixed traffic, on good surfaces (Liesbeek Park trails), but you may prefer to bring a bike with off-road tyres for some of these sections.

RSVP Daphne Kayster 083 460 2010 or dkayster@metrorail, or you are welcome to RSVP to us here on the blog and we’ll pass on your info (we can provide you with more route info too). Daphne and her team are behind the Moonlight Mass train, #coffeemob and more…

Bikesonboard final flyer

And follow @dkay_online, @capetowntrains, a@D7events and @rideyourcity (that’s us) for more info about #bikesonboard and rail tourism events.

See you there. If you want to ‘train’ through before off-peak, let us know and we’ll help arrange a day’s pass.

If you can’t make it, we’ll post updates and further info.



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