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  1. The Cyclist Pitstop @ Moore House Academy in Lanseria is smack in the middle of the one of the busiest ride areas in Gauteng, conveniently located between Northern Farm and The Cradle. The Pitstop opens at 06:00am Saturdays and Sundays. Weekdays on request. The Cyclist Pitstop offers safe and secure parking while you ride. Great coffee and muffins are on sale as well as other refreshments. A scrumptious sit-down bacon breakfast is available on request (booking essential). Cost Park & Ride only R20per person Park & Ride, 1 coffee, 1 muffin R50per person Park & Ride & scrumptious breakfast R120per person Come and enjoy some time with us knowing that your car and bicycles are safe behind an electronic gate, with armed response. We have sensor on the property with a permanent person who patrols the property to ensure safety. You welcome to call me on 082 217 9702 Location: 3 Middle Rd, Lanseria (see link below) https://www.google.c...293!4d27.927976
  2. The Cyclist Pitstop @ Moore House Academy in Lanseria is smack in the middle of the one of the busiest ride areas in Gauteng, conveniently located between Northern Farm and The Cradle. The Pitstop opens at 06:00am Saturdays and Sundays. Weekdays on request. The Cyclist Pitstop offers safe and secure parking while you ride. Great coffee and muffins are on sale as well as other refreshments. A scrumptious sit-down bacon breakfast is available on request (booking essential). Cost Park & Ride only R20per person Park & Ride, 1 coffee, 1 muffin R50per person Park & Ride & scrumptious breakfast R120per person Come and enjoy some time with us knowing that your car and bicycles are safe behind an electronic gate, with armed response. We have sensor on the property with a permanent person who patrols the property to ensure safety. You welcome to call me on 082 217 9702 Location: 3 Middle Rd, Lanseria (see link below) https://www.google.co.za/maps/place/Cyclist+Pitstop+-+Lanseria/@-25.963236,27.9150234,14.75z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x1e95730668dfe86f:0xdeee3d1ddf58bda0!8m2!3d-25.9621293!4d27.927976 17 9702
  3. One. Yes, I only know if the one national park ... oh, hang on. Two. Yes, I only know of two national parks ... oh, hang on, is Table Mountain a national park? ... where I can ride my MTB without upsetting too many people. Just hours ago I made an innocent mistake of looking at US park MTB trails. Then I thought of my backyard trail: the service roads in the West Coast National Park. It doesn't quite compare, but it's better than nothing. So now, steaming mug of coffee in hand, I am left wondering where else I can go, ditch the hiking boots and where cleats instead. There must be other national parks with MTB-specific trails? I know Groot Winterhoek used to allow 4x4s (still?), but I cannot find any shed of evidence we can cycle there (now there's a great pity). Where else in (mostly) Cape-based national parks and Cape Nature facilities?
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