The organising crew is elated at welcoming on board Liberty as title sponsor for next month’s 3-stage Liberty Cape Winelands MTB Encounter.
The Liberty Cape Winelands Encounter takes place from 17-19 April 2015 and it represents the next significant chapter in mountain-bike stage events in South Africa.
The concept, presented by ASG Events and MTB Adventures, provides some of the best mountain-biking terrain in the world, combining the historic and picturesque towns, wineries and mountains of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl and Wellington with personalised service and 5-star daily meals – all linked with stunning MTB Trails.
With the extra budget now available to the organising committee, they have upped the entry intake from 100 to 200 riders.
The deadline for event kit orders has passed, and hence the organisers are making these extra entries available at R6 000 per team of two (instead of R8 000).
This will still include all daily 5-star meals at our fantastic venues, but exclude the Liberty Cape Winelands customised Ftech Bib Short and Jersey which all riders receive who have already entered, or those lucky enough to get an entry through Liberty.
Riders who enter the event will receive breakfast, lunch and dinner at these five star venues:
• On registration day (16 April) dinner will be served at Lanzerac Hotel
• On day 1 (17 April) breakfast will be served at Lanzerac while Le Franschhoek Hotel will cater for lunch and dinner.
• On day 2 (18 April) breakfast will be served at Le Franschhoek with lunch at the Doolhof Tasting Room and dinner at Val du Charon, near Wellington
• On day 3 (19 April) breakfast is served at Val du Charon and lunch is served at Doolhof Tasting Room.
PLEASE NOTE: RIDERS NEED TO BOOK THEIR OWN ACCOMODATION
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Liberty Cape Winelands Encounter is the latest and most scenic multi stage event in SA.
It is also a new and unique MTB multi stage initiative conceptualised by owners and co-partners Heinrich Dannhauser (ASG Sport), Wynand de Villiers (ASG Events) and Johan Kriegler (MTB Adventures).