The BrewerytoBrewery’s (B2B) unique start and finish venues in the shape of Old Potters Brewery in Greyton and Hemel-en-Aarde Brewery in Hermanus are unique. It creates an interesting intro and final chapter of a great MTB journey starting at the Riviersonderend Mountains and snaking its way via valleys, large yellow canola fields and vineyards to finish in sight of the Atlantic.
“Last year was the inaugural B2B; we had good reviews and will make the route slightly easier and more gravel bike friendly, based on rider suggestions.” The total distance is 85km, with 1500m of climbing and an approximate 80% open gravel roads and 20% single tracks. It starts at 07h00 on Sunday, 18 October at Old Potters in Greyton, with long open gravel roads and spectacular views of mountains and fields, painted dark green and bright yellow by wheat and canola.
Join on Saturday already, for an informal ride on the Greyton MTB Trails, to loosen up the legs, in anticipation for Daddy Long Legs, the next day. Registration is on Saturday and Sunday morning. The event is organised by MTB Adventures (JK), Coastline events and the respective breweries. Entry fee is R650 per person which includes 2 x free draft beers and a burger & chips combo at the finish. “We expect government to limit event participants to 300 max in the latest Covid-19 regulations to be published by 15 September.”
For more information visit www.brewerytobrewery.co.za