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  1. Did the unthinkable, Sold everything here in GP, bought a log cabin in Dullstroom and starting up a MTB-centric backpackers in Aug/Sept this year. Looking for your valuable input into what you'd expect from such a place when you visit. I backpacked across the globe for some years, but only started MTB'ing again in 2012, so I'd appreciate some suggestions to tip the scales evenly and create a place where MTB'ers would feel at home. Sorted so far: - Local trails and friends with farmers for the "unbeaten track" routes - Bike wash bay + free lubricants - Secure lock-up facilities - Small selection of parts/clothing/accessories - Repair specialist in town - Transportation to/from pic-up/drop-off locations - Emergency stand by - Entertainment, awesome vibe, small bar, super comfy sleeping, great view. - Free additional red blood cells when you do altitude training for your enduro races ;-) (Dullies sits at 2100m above sea level) Any suggestions would be awesome. Happy dayz!
  2. Legends, hi. Apologies for posting this here, the classifieds section wouldn't accept my login. It is with a heavy heart that I'm not going to be able to make the 70.3 in January, and as such, my Hotel Osner room is available (luxury, aircon etc etc). It's for one adult, but you can certainly add additional persons. I've paid the R2080 deposit (50%), so that is all I ask for the 'swop', and will provide you with booking reference etc. You, obviously, would need to liaise with Kat Leasure to settle the outstanding amount. Pvt message me if interested, or know of anyone who may be. Much appreciated, B.
  3. Does anyone know of any reasonable accomodation in Somerset West? I am looking to stay out there the night before W2W Race and it all seems extremely expensive. If you can help I would be grateful.
  4. ACCOMMODATION ABSA CAPE EPIC Bookings close 8 March 2014 EPIC GLAMPING CAMP Greyton - Community Rugby Field Elgin/ Grabouw - Paul Cluver Wine Estate Riders can now enjoy the finer comforts after a long day in the saddle. Tired legs and weary minds are rejuvenated ahead of the next days stage after a night at the Epic Glamping sites in Greyton, Elgin, Grabouw and Robertson during the race. Dome tents, comfortable beds, crisp white linen, duvets, fluffy pillows and towels, all set the stage for the ride of your life. Private hot showers, ample parking, 24 hour security and plenty of fresh country air will make 2014’s Absa Cape Epic MTB race an absolute pleasure. Proudly hosted by Chiefs Tented Camp www.chiefstentedcamp.co.za
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