We had a wet start for 9 treavellers with 4 bikes and 2 motor vehicles at 09.00 at Panorama. We set off in a few rain storms until Eendekuil where we had our first stop at Agape coffee shop for refreshments and a well deserved break.
After waiting at the coffeshop for rider no. 10, which passed us at high speed, we enjoyed our first flowers (Canola flowers) outside Eendekuil and the most fun on Piekenierskloof pass (views galore and speed open roads for the speed lovers). We grouped again at the garage outside Citrusdal.
Trip Report – Cederberg
This past weekend (10-12/12/2010) a friend of mine, Jan, on an 800GS, his wife, Annemie, in the backup Toyota Hilux and myself on my Dakar took to the Cederberg mountains for a little weekend getaway. Unfortunately my wife could not make it due to work requirements.
Come and join your fellow Club "Dirties" for a nice easy off road ride to Eendekuil this coming Sunday while the "Roadies" head off to Montagu for their lunch
Here we will enjoy their typical Boerekos lunch and enjoy a lovely swim and a drink.
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