Route takes riders through a global hotspot,
World Heritage Site and 2 National Parks.


Tour host is Kevin Evans as the tour pro


Globally one of the most bio-diverse corridors, traversing 5
biomes (Forest, Fynbos, Thicket, Nama Karoo & Grassland).

Each overnight location has been chosen for its individual character and intimacy. After a day spent riding through the corridor, riders will arrive at already set up camps, where they will be able to enjoy cold beverages, sumptuous food and fireside banter. There will be a variety of entertainment on select evenings as well as the opportunity to connect with fellow riders, before turning in for the night, for a well-deserved rest.

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Route through the Corridor

Starting just outside the Addo Elephant National Park in the Springbokvlakte, the tour covers a distance of 400km’s over the 5 day period. Participants will cycle over the breathtaking Cockscomb into Patensie, winding their way through the pristine wilderness of the Baviaanskloof and Garden Route National Park, finishing off on the beach in beautiful Plettenberg Bay. There will be a total of 5359m of climbing and 4204m of descent, however the event is all about the experience and riders will be seeded into groups based on a pace that they are comfortable with.


The passion behind the pedal

The Wild Corridor Mountain Bike Tour is about creating awareness for the Wild Brand and its conservation mission as well as private initiatives such as Addo to Eden. Apart from enjoying the incredible scenery, wildlife and overall camaraderie that the tour has to offer, there is a passion behind the pedalling and funds raised will go towards supporting the Corridor Conservation Initiatives. In addition to this the tour will be twinning with schools along the route to leave a legacy of conservation through education.

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