Just a couple more sleeps before we are finally on our way to the Kleinplaas Holiday Resort in Oudtshoorn. I hope that you are all just as exited as I am about what I believe is going to be an excellent weekend.
Herewith the Final Arrangements:
Over the years there have been requests for a "Roadies" Tour to Namibia but we have just never had the time to put such a Tour together. Now that I have some time on my hands and in discussion with Warren we have decided to offer a Club Tour to Namibia.
The Tour itinerary would look something like the following ;
Day 1) Depart Cape town on the N7 heading for Okiep where we spend our first night.
Day 2) Depart Springbok for Vioolsdrift where we cross the border into Namibia heading for Keetmanshoop where we turn off to Seeheim where we overnight.
We have had a couple pull out of the Lesotho Tour departing next Friday for 10 days.
Cost per couple DB&B is R15k, they are prepared to take R10k.
The Tour includes Katse Dam with a 200km mountain pass, 2 nights in the Drakensberg and 2 nights on the Coast at the beautiful Crawfords Cabins outside East london.
Let me know if you are interested.
Eric McLaren would like to invite you to join him for an enjoyably ride up the west coast to the fishing village of Paternoster where you can relax and have a nice meal and a chat at the Voorstrandt Restaurant which is located right on the beach.
Meet: N7 Engen - Swartland 1-Stop just after the Melkbos turnoff.
Date: SATURDAY 11 May 2013
Depart: 8.00am (slightly later start as we head into winter)
Day 1 : to Graaff Reinet
We meet at 5:30 am at the Winelands 1-Stop for breakfast. It is an appropriate end to a week of last-minute arrangements: new tyre (knobblies mandatory for this trip), on-the-road snacks, traveling cash, and packing for an extended trip to a region where temperatures can range between -5 and 30+.
Hi Folks, it has been a while since the club organized a beginners off-road ride. I have decided that it is time for us to get rid of the cobwebs, spare ourselves the frustration of watching Super Rugby (especially when certain teams play) , get out on our bikes, while "normal" people go shopping, and have some fun.
Thank you to Geoff Russell for organizing an amazing day trip to the scenic little town of Arniston, just outside of Bredarsdorp, Western Cape.I was lucky enough to go with to film some footage of the day's events.
10 bikes, awesome people, delicious food with a sea-side breeze, and scenic views to die for - definitely a perfect way to spend any Wednesday.
To view the photo's from the day please visit our club's facebook page (BMW MOTORCYCLE CLUB CAPE) and view the album created.
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