A mother & daughter trip
1 country, 21 days, 1920 km
Bikes: Triumph Bobber -19
& Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster -19
TABLE MOUNTAIN, CAPE TOWN
One of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. There are free parking spots for motorcycles right outside the ticket office.
V&A WATERFRONT, CAPE TOWN
Visit during the evening for drinks, dinner, street performances and the best sunset in the world.
RETZA MOTORCYCLE TOURS, CAPE TOWN
Want to go exploring on a Royal Enfield? My friend Sabrina has the bikes and the map for a great journey! Link: https://retza.co.za/classic-enfield-tours-south-africa/
ROBBEN ISLAND, CAPE TOWN
The place where Mandela was a prisoner during Apartheid. The tour is given by a former prisoner and the story they tell is like nothing else. I’ll never forget the hours spent on Robben Island.
BLOUBERGSTRAND, CAPE TOWN
A suburb of Cape Town with long beaches and cool restaurants. Great view of Cape Town.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, CAPE TOWN
The legendary place you have to visit. In the same area as Cape Point. Very nice ride out there, but can be extremely windy.
BOULDERS BEACH, CAPE TOWN
Want to hang out on a beach with wild penguins? Of course you want!
SHARK DIVING, GANSBAAI
Me and my mom both loved this. We dived in a shark cage, only a meter from a 2 meters tall shark! That’s something to tell the grandkids about.
THE MOST SOUTHERN POINT, L'AGULHAS
This place was extra cool for me since I just a couple of months earlier stood at North Cape – the most northern point of Europe.
RONNIE'S SEX SHOP, ROUTE 62
The shop that once was named “Ronnie’s shop”, but thanks to Ronnie’s drunk friends got a new name overnight. A must stop for bikers in the area.
A popular destination by the coast. Very pretty and well worth a visit, if not for the oysters then for being able to cheer and say “Nice in Knysna!” since it’s pronounced with a silent k.
The heart of the wine districts. A little bit too fancy for me normally, but enjoyed it a lot together with mom. Took a wine tour with the hop on/hop off tram.
An amazing little pearl by the coastline with steep hills and cute beaches. Calm and romantic. Hosting one of South Africa’s biggest annual motorcycle meetings.
DIE SMITSWINKEL, OUDTSHOORN
The coolest motorcycle restaurant ever! Bikes everywhere, a big restaurant, great bar, accommodation in the backyard, a cute shop… Just take a stop here, ok?
DIESEL & CREAM, BARRYDALE
A bit pricy for being in South Africa, but a cool place to drop by when riding Route 62.
CAPE TOWN – CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Rode out of city on Highway 2 + M3. Stopped in Muizenberg Beach. M75 is nicer than M4 there. Continued on M4 to Simon’s Town. Took the small road that divides M4 and M65 to Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point (two different places in the same area). Took M65 + M6 + Chapman’s Peak Drive back to Cape Town.
CAPE TOWN – GANSBAAI
Highway 2 to Gordons Bay, then R44 (very scenic) + R43 to Gansbaai.
GANSBAAI – L'AGULHAS
R317 + R43 + R319. The smaller roads here are gravel.
L'AGULHAS – MOSSEL BAY
R319 + Highway 2.
MOSSEL BAY – KNYSNA
KNYSNA – BARRYDALE
Highway 2 + 12 + Route 62.
BARRYDALE – FRANSCHHOEK
R324 + Highway 2 + R321 + R45.
FRANSCHHOEK – CAPE TOWN
R45 + R310 + M12 + M10 + Highway 2.
CHAPMAN'S PEAK DRIVE (M6)
Extremely scenic drive outside of Cape Town.
CLARENCE DRIVE (R44)
Another curvy beauty you don’t want to miss. New, smooth roads next to the ocean. Extra pretty during sunset.
OUTENIQUA PASS (HIGHWAY 12)
Right before Route 62 starts, a short but nice mountain pass.
TRADOUWS PASS (R324)
A cool ride though the mountains after Route 62, only 14 km long but there are some cool views to enjoy.
BAIN'S KLOOF PASS (R301)
North of Franschhoek, extremely beautiful road.
FRANSCHHOEK PASS (R45)
The best way to enter Franschhoek, by far.
South Africa’s answer to Route 66. Was once named as the best road trip destination in the world by CNN Travel. Very nice road with a lot to see and do.