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  • Peddling the Promenade 

    See the Best of Cape Town

    From R590

    Village and Life Hotel in Mouille Point

    Along the coast by Greenpoint Stadium and through the Biodiversity garden, to have coffee at Giovanni's, along to the oldest lighthouse in SA. 

    Sunday Cultural City Tour

    Explore the sights of Cape Town

    From R650

    Historical Landmarks & Brekkie

    Experience the colour and history of Cape Town, stopping at some of the prominent historical landmarks, have brekkie before returning to V&A Waterfront.
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    Sundowners on Table Mountain 

    Iconic Views

    From R690

    Epic Views 

    Arguably one of the best views in the world!! Few things give the sense of freedom and wellbeing like riding an electric bike in spectacular surroundings, fill your Camera!
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    Franschhoek Adventure

    The best the day has to offer

    From R2340

    Sights, Sounds, Taste buds

    Full day adventure in Franschhoek Valley. Cruise along to the Huguenot Chocolate Factory, pass through magnificent sights to the Vrede en Lust Restaurant to enjoy wine tasting and lunch. 
     
  • Cape Point 

    Make Memories that last a life time,

    and have Fun!!

    Tailored Corporate Events

    Five hour tour through Cape Point with a tasty picnic lunch to put the cherry on top of an amazing tour. 
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    The Two Wine Tours 

    So many choices

    Swirl it, Smell it, Sip it... Enjoy!

    Ride and Wine

    Stellenbosch
    Get your taste buds ready and visit surrounding wine farms in Stellenbosch.
    Robertsons 2 day wine meander
    A tour through Robertsons Valley with lots of fun and little effort
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    Hermanus

    In Lovely Cape Town

    Lots of exciting things to do!

    The Journey Through Hermanus

    Two day tour to Hermanus, see some whales, have some wine and revel in the art and culture while cycling.
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    Flowers Fantasia

    To the West Coast We Go...

    Get your camera ready! 

    Darling and the Flowers

    A two day tour to the west coast national park, stopping at various points of interest en route.
     

Easy to Ride Luxury Electric Bike Tours

Few things give the sense of freedom and wellbeing like riding a bike with the added benefit of the assistance that electric bikes provide, just when you need it the most, allowing everyone, no matter their fitness level to enjoy our amazing tours and revel in the delights of Cape Town. Our unique luxury tours make an occasion of the journey, no matter the destination. 



Pedego Electric Bikes: Comfort, Quality, Style, and Efficiency.

Pedego electric bikes combine the comfort & leisure of the automatic vehicle and the freedom & excitement of a classical bicycle into an intelligently designed, undeniably stylish, and exceptionally crafted piece of machinery. Zipping around on an electric bike from Pedego is sure to become your new favorite way to get around town, simply because it’s a relaxed method of exercise together with a casual form of fun.

Electric Bikes: Fitness, Fun and Functionality.

Hills are unavoidable, but that’s not troubling to the owner of an electric bike or ebike. The option of either pedal power or battery power (by using a throttle) provides the optimum balance of exercise and enjoyment. The simple turn of a hand operated twist throttle is all it takes to activate the quiet electric motor on your Electric Bike, allowing you full control over your speed on your ebike. Pedal and add throttle as desired or use throttle and add pedal power as you wish.

The Electric Bike: Both Eco-Friendly & Fashionable.

Growing rapidly in popularity, electric bikes are becoming a great way to demonstrate your concern for the environment. Our bikes can go 10-30 miles on the battery’s shoulders alone. By adding the smallest amount of pedal power, your ride becomes that much longer. Recharging an electric bicycle is like recharging your laptop – it takes a couple of hours and costs you pennies and the environment less. That’s not something you can say about your sport utility vehicle. 

Recently I was fortunate enough to test that hypothesis with the arrival of the Interceptor in the Burn offices. This bike from Pedego sports a 48 volt, 10 amp battery capable of producing 500 watts of power and a claimed range of around 50km. It also has a six-speed Shimano gear pack and 26-inch balloon suspension tyres with Kevlar. Oh, and for the sake of safety, a bell.
None of that however is what caught my colleagues’ attention when I wheeled it through the office doors. Sure they were intrigued by the fact that you don’t have to pedal uphill on it, but there was more to it then that. You see, the Interceptor isn’t exactly a shrinking violet. Even without the battery pack, you’re never going to mistake it for an ordinary bike.
There are a couple of reasons for that: its substantial aluminium frame is one, its bespoke stitched seat and handle bar covers are another. Perhaps most significant though is the way all the bike’s various elements come together.
It’s patently obvious that the Interceptor isn’t designed for speed in the same way that the mounts preferred by the lycra-clad road racing set are. It’s also obvious however that this is an object designed with care: it’s meant to be beautiful, to be desired. It evokes the past, but clearly includes modern elements that hint at its high-tech capabilities.
Recently I was fortunate enough to test that hypothesis with the arrival of the Interceptor in the Burn offices. This bike from Pedego sports a 48 volt, 10 amp battery capable of producing 500 watts of power and a claimed range of around 50km. It also has a six-speed Shimano gear pack and 26-inch balloon suspension tyres with Kevlar. Oh, and for the sake of safety, a bell.
None of that however is what caught my colleagues’ attention when I wheeled it through the office doors. Sure they were intrigued by the fact that you don’t have to pedal uphill on it, but there was more to it then that. You see, the Interceptor isn’t exactly a shrinking violet. Even without the battery pack, you’re never going to mistake it for an ordinary bike. There are a couple of reasons for that: its substantial aluminium frame is one, its bespoke stitched seat and handle bar covers are another. Perhaps most significant though is the way all the bike’s various elements come together.
It’s patently obvious that the Interceptor isn’t designed for speed in the same way that the mounts preferred by the lycra-clad road racing set are. It’s also obvious however that this is an object designed with care: it’s meant to be beautiful, to be desired. It evokes the past, but clearly includes modern elements that hint at its high-tech capabilities.

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