Thousands of cycling enthusiasts, both locally and abroad, will be happy to know that the entries for the Cape Town Cycle Tour are now open to the general public.
The Cycle Tour is one of Cape Town’s biggest sporting attractions.
It's also the world's largest individually timed cycle race.
The iconic cycling event will take place on 10 March 2019 for its 41st edition.
Cape Town Cycle Tour director David Bellairs explains that the entry process took a phased approach.
He maintains that the event will continue to be a water-wise initiative.
Entries for the Cape Town Cycle Tour are capped at 35 000 and 17 000 spots have already been taken up.
The general entry fee for South African residents is R540 and the international fee is R1000.
I'm hoping that between now and next Wednesday or Thursday [entries] will fill up.— David Bellairs, Director of the Cape Town Cycle Tour
Visit the Cape Town Cycle Tour website for more.
Listen to the discussion on The John Maytham Show.