COVID UPDATE: Full refunds, with the option to donate some or all of your entry fees to the Greyton MTB Kids Cycle Club, will be provided should the event be cancelled due to Covid
Join us for the 4th Annual Pie Run, MTB or Gravel Grind.
76kms takes you to the famous Ou Meul pie shop in Riviersonderend and back with 800m elevation.
Choose your bike – Gravel bike or MTB (same route) for this gravel experience through the Overberg.
Race it like a snake or take your time photographing the scenery and soaking up Spring in these wide-open spaces.
The Ou Meul offers some proper hospitality at the half-way mark, and so does the Hub & Spoke MTB Cafe' at the start & finish, Greyton’s newest bike hub in the centre of town.
A circle route from Greyton to Riviersonderend and back with mostly open gravel road and single track connections.
30kms gravel road circuit with 400m elevation - Although you won’t get to the Ou Meul we’ll stock your half-way water point with proper Ou Meul sweet and savory pastries.
DRC HALL - Corner Main & West Street, Greyton
Friday 24 September, 17:00 - 19:00
Saturday 25 September, 06:30 - 07:30
Book accommodation early and enjoy the weekend in Greyton – This is the home of the Greyton Village Market, the Greyon Nature reserve’s awesome hiking and running trails, and of course an awesome network of proper MTB trails – from beginner to intermediate to expert, and lots of it!
A CAUSE WORTH RIDING FOR!
100% of all proceeds will go towards the Greyton MTB Juniors Club.
A group of 40+ previously disadvantaged children that ride weekly and receive training, mentorship, support and a meal.
Late entries will be accepted on race morning with a late entry fee of R50.
Race briefing will take place 15 minutes before the start of each batch.
More information: www.greytonmtb.com/
Turn left off the N2 at the R406 near Caledon and 35km later you will be in Greyton.