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Riding: Plan, Report and Racing => Ride Reports => Topic started by: sidetrack on May 17, 2011, 09:50:37 pm

Title: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 17, 2011, 09:50:37 pm
I still had Monday and Tuesday free after putting in some leave for the East Cape Bash which turned out to be a no go, the bike was just serviced and ready to roll. Dirtwarp spent some time on Google Earth and we had a ride planned up towards Limpopo / Northern Province. Great have not done much riding up there, it did not dissapoint ! The inevitable tar had to be dispatched quickly, wyk Satan !

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The first bit out towards Renosterkop Dam have been done a couple of times but always provides different terrain depending on what the weather has been up to. There were still some sandy bits and shallow water crossings around. Luckily not much mud, would hate to be plastered in the stuff with three days of riding to do.

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Early morning cool down

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Bikes used for the trip : KTM 450 XCW and KTM 525 EXC
Total km's covered : 1200 km give or take
Average fuel consumption : 20km/l

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Fuel stop at the Village of Mapoch, the 450 was running a stock 9 L tank. Dirtwarp ran out of fuel once on the trip 40m before a garage the rest was covered no problem, felt a little daft with my 25L fuel tanker :) The locals were happy to see some bikes and could not understand why you would sit on a bike for a whole day and then camp in the mountains ! Bought some canned food and bread for the braai later that night, tasted like mannah from heaven.

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Single track and ANC voting rallies were popular attractions on day one.

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We were heading north east towards Ga Mampuru to join up with the Olifants river and follow some tracks running along side it. It turned out to be some great riding. Typical bushveld with thorn bushes sandy tweespoor. Also had a big moment when the rear slided and at one point I was totally sideways, just not sure if it was going to be a low or high side. By some miracle the bike got back into line, luckily I brought three pairs of underwear !

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Masses of tracks all over, just watch out for the occasional goats and cattle.

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Heading towards Tswaing and Penge, never again will I ride a camping chair with. Sat on it for about 30 mins but had to lug it along for freakin days.

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On the banks of the Olifants, like sand then come and play here.

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Our stopover for the night would be close to Wolkberg. The pass leading to the camp site included some switch backs, steep climbs and forestry sections. We only got to site after night fall and we had to pull on all our Bear Grylls survival tricks to get the fire going. Spaza shop food and dodgy meat never tasted so good !

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Day two would bring totally different scenery, stay tuned .....
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: dirtWarp on May 17, 2011, 10:48:17 pm
Those tracks next to Olifants river were brilliant!

..and then there was that part where I did the first 120KM on a totally flat rear tire  :o
That Mitas C18's sidewalls are well made, and that 450, very light  :thumleft:

1200KM on an enduro bike and I already crave for more!
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: madmike999 on May 17, 2011, 11:12:56 pm
respect, nice ride, hope there is more!
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 18, 2011, 09:39:30 am
respect, nice ride, hope there is more!
Plenty
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: GRUNT on May 18, 2011, 09:48:29 am
So out with it then, we're waiting impatiently!! BTW your luggage is it the GL great basin or coyote? all feedback appreciated, as I'm in the market and can't decide between the two sizes
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: dirtWarp on May 18, 2011, 10:12:04 am
So out with it then, we're waiting impatiently!! BTW your luggage is it the GL great basin or coyote? all feedback appreciated, as I'm in the market and can't decide between the two sizes
coyote  :thumleft:

I ramped at high speed.
Did forest hill climbs up 50degree inclines, while dodging logs and I still couldn't shake that bag  8)

Items it carried:
1 Liter of oil, a lot of tools (KTM's), 1man tent, pack light sleeping bag, some T-shirts and jocks, and a couple of other essentials.

IMO, if you cant fit it into this bag, you probably don't need it.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 18, 2011, 10:49:39 am
The bags are worth every cent, I have used the Dirtbagz system before and they also work great for 650 and smaller thumpers but the Coyote can just take so much more and needs no additional brackets. Day 2 coming up, heading into the forests.


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Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 18, 2011, 11:18:35 am
Day 2

As the sun came up we were able to have a good look around, mountains covered by Pine plantations and some patches of indeginous forest. We were the only people staying at the campsite and luckily had plenty supply of fire wood.

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We now found ourselves to the to south of Heanertsburg and the plan was to head to town and then into Magoebaskloof. On day 1 the liner protecting the tube from the spokes on Dirtwarps bike made it's way past the bead of the tyre. Never seen anything like that before, the tube was still holding fine so we just cut it off. The repair was made early on  day 2. Some electrical tape did the trick.

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Wheel ready for repair.

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We were ready to roll, paid our camping fees and headed towards Heanertsburg. We got to do the pass a second time, at it's highest point it climbs to 6500ft and then decends back to 4000 feet. Neither bike had any carburation issues on the whole trip which had a couple of these climbs.

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Stretch the legs

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Just before town we had a nice little rocky section which then opened up into a beautifull valley called Black Forest.

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Had to stop and take a look around, what a great place to visit. Peacefull, perfect getaway from the city life.

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It was almost lunctime, luckily the town was just around the corner. Burgers and beer at the local pub and grill yeah ! It's situated on Heanertsburg one and only main street you can't miss it. The town itself as described by Google :

"Haenertsburg is a village situated on the edge of the Great Escarpment in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, on the R71 road between Polokwane (formerley Pietersburg) and Tzaneen.

Farming and tourism are the main economic activities on "The Mountain" as it is called by the locals; Haenertsburg is in mountainous terrain. The Iron Crown is a well-known landmark.

Frequent mists and relatively high rainfall have created a lush vegetation with afromontane forest patches occupying the kloofs (gullies) which dot the rolling grasslands and surrounding mountains. Unfortunately, large areas of rare, and botanically very diverse, grassland (Woodbush Granite Grassland) have been planted to timber (primarily timber for pulping). These monoculture plantations extract a great deal of water and the resulting water shortages downstream (in the Kruger National Park and Mozambique) are cause for concern. A local group, FROHG (Friends of the Haenertsburg Grasslands) helps to conserve the indigenous flora and fauna.

The scenic beauty of the Haenertsburg area attracts many tourists. It is a favoured spot for cycling, biking and fishing. Sailing and other watersport take place on nearby Ebenezer Dam. The steepest mountain pass in South Africa, the Magoebaskloof pass, leads one down from the Highveld of the Haenertsburg area to the Lowveld adjoining the Kruger National Park, falling approximately 600m in altitude in less than 7 km travelled.

Haenertsburg is also famous for the annual Spring Fair where various crafts and flower displays are exhibited. July sees the advent of the Holistic Fair which displays the diverse creative talents of the Mountain folk. Every Friday and Saturday morning the Morning Market is run by the Duchess of Atholl.

The town was established in 1886 with the discovery of gold by Carl Ferdinand Haenert here.


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To be continued ...
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 18, 2011, 12:59:25 pm
Various tracks run all over the Magoebaskloof range, the area is a haven for mountain biking, hiking and fishing. We followed a route that was planned using google earth. Dirtwarp declared himself King of the kloof.

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Plenty of small rivers and creeks running through the countryside. The average rainfall for this area is around 1200mm, one of the locals told us that they had 600mm in one month. The water looked inviting, after two days of riding I was looking forward to a good wash up :) I really like this pic.

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At one point we took a wrong turn and ended up riding an overgrown track, it eventually opened up into a bamboo plantation ! Inclines, slick rock and navigating some submerged tree stumps  made for some great riding.

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Back on track we passed the Dap Naude dam and went down to the dam wall. The dam was built in 1958, the dam wall is 23m in height.

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Just cruizing

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Look out points abound, how is this for a view

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Our overnight stop was getting close luckily just off the R71 we came across a Pizzeria / Pub. Met some interesting locals as well, they obviously had one too many ! The food was great, wood fired pizza just as it should be !

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We arrived at the stopover point for day 2, Granny Dot's B&B. No camping facilities meant we had to break the budget. It is run by an elderly couple and is highly recommended. They started with Avo farming but then converted it to a B&B. Some spectacular views to be had, I could sit here all day.

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Day 3 would be the longest part of the trip
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Cave Girl on May 18, 2011, 01:10:53 pm
Looks like you had fun - Looking forward to day 3   :)
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: LeonDude on May 18, 2011, 01:18:18 pm
Nice ride!  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 18, 2011, 06:47:22 pm
Day 3

Getting ready to head back home, quick check over on the bikes and the usual lubing of chains and we were off.

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The first part of the ride would see us stay close to Tzaneen, in fact by 11:30 we were still 20 km outside of town ! I knew that this was going to be a long day and that a night ride was going to follow. The other option was to camp another night at Loskop dam, we would see. Slick down in the valley.

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And some more twee spoor made for good riding, some places petering out into single track

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We came across this picnic spot tucked away in the Agatha forest, took a break and had a look around. Would be back here for sure.

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Last stop before the forest would make way to some bushveld terrain, we were lucky to spend two days in riding nirvana.

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Refuel, Mr Pink glasses decided he would pose on my bike.

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Unfortunetly everything did not go according to plan, we wanted to go through Legalameetse Nature Reserve and approached it from the Eastern side only to be told that we could not continue into the park No bikes allowed. We were now forced to backtrack and do some serious mileage all on tar :( We made for Orighstad and got onto a fast rocky track that ran all the way to Burgersfort. The idea was to get back onto the planned route at Groblersdal. The tar was painfull as I knew what good riding we were missing out on. I have done the route before from the Western side and it was some of the best riding ever. See ride report here :

http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/index.php?topic=7514.0

By now it was very late and the only dirt left was a small shortcut from Stoffberg to Loskop which we made just before sunset.At Loskop we decided to do the last bit home and not stay over. My bikes headlight is dire, luckily the 450 had a better setup and we could creep home to end off a great ride.

HID se gat, check out my 1 candle power unit !

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Thanks for reading !
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: LouisXander on May 18, 2011, 07:26:58 pm
Hey julle farkin moegoes, nou wat nou? Ek wou nog saam!!!!
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 18, 2011, 07:42:23 pm
Hey julle farkin moegoes, nou wat nou? Ek wou nog saam!!!!
Jou bike nie nog by Runner nie ? Anyway ons beplan kla die volgende trip.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Brakenjan on May 18, 2011, 07:49:04 pm
Nice one guys!  :thumleft:

dirtWarp, are you happy with the 450? And do you still have your 525/530?
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: dirtWarp on May 18, 2011, 07:54:10 pm
Hey julle farkin moegoes, nou wat nou? Ek wou nog saam!!!!
Louis, as jy kon sien waar ons moes ry op plekke sou jy en daai groot XR iets oor gekom het, regtig!

Ons sal weer die roete doen en van die mal stuff uit haal.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: dirtWarp on May 18, 2011, 07:59:02 pm
Nice one guys!  :thumleft:

dirtWarp, are you happy with the 450? And do you still have your 525/530?
The 450 is kickass.
It does 120KM/h @ 3200rpm (Makes most HP @ 7500rpm)  :thumleft:
But, I have to take 500ml of oil on a 1200KM ride.. it uses some, but so does the 525.

No, I sold the 525.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Brakenjan on May 18, 2011, 08:13:47 pm
Nice one guys!  :thumleft:

dirtWarp, are you happy with the 450? And do you still have your 525/530?
The 450 is kickass.
It does 120KM/h @ 3200rpm (Makes most HP @ 7500rpm)  :thumleft:
But, I have to take 500ml of oil on a 1200KM ride.. it uses some, but so does the 525.

No, I sold the 525.

 :thumleft: 

Your 450 sure is purty - turned out to be a good buy.  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: dirtWarp on May 18, 2011, 08:17:33 pm
:thumleft: 

Your 450 sure is purty - turned out to be a good buy.  :thumleft:
Thanks, but, I do miss the 525's bottom end torque.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: The Badger on May 18, 2011, 08:24:57 pm
Lekker ride and pics. Thanks. :thumleft:
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Crossed-up on May 18, 2011, 08:43:06 pm
Fantastic ride and riding.  Great pics.  I'd love to get up there again, but this time on a bike.
Thanks
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Gérrard on May 18, 2011, 10:24:02 pm
We live in such a beautiful country. Thanks for sharing.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: letsgofishing on May 19, 2011, 08:12:44 am
Wow - what a STUNNING ride - beautiful scenery and trails in that part of SA  :thumleft: :thumleft: :thumleft:
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: onderbroek on May 19, 2011, 08:55:22 am
 :thumleft: :thumleft:

love the tzaneen area
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Beltzer on May 20, 2011, 11:19:59 pm
baie nice, veral die fotos. Jy het nie dalk route logs nie? Nie die mal stuf nie  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: ALLAWYN on May 21, 2011, 03:09:43 pm
Baie nice RR, as dit julle was wat Sondag 14 Mei by Granny Dots oornag het, het ek by julle verby gery met my 690R, net voor julle afgedraai het na Granny Dots, ek bly 1km verder aan die regterkant, stunning ry area. :thumleft:

Indien van daardie foto's in Komati Land se plantasies was is julle baie gelukkig dat julle nie gevang was nie, daardie ouens is baie serious oor motorfietse in hulle plantasies, ek het eenmalig toestemming gehad vir 2008 se GS challence, mooier as die Kaap ::) :pot:
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: dirtWarp on May 21, 2011, 06:29:46 pm
Dit was ons by wie jy verby gery het.  :ricky:
Eks nie seker waar Komati land se plantasie gelee is nie, maar ons is darem deur niemand "betrap" nie.

Sal maar meer versigtig wees next time.

Plaas volg jy ons na granny dot's toe en join ons vir 'n bier!
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 21, 2011, 08:50:05 pm
Baie nice RR, as dit julle was wat Sondag 14 Mei by Granny Dots oornag het, het ek by julle verby gery met my 690R, net voor julle afgedraai het na Granny Dots, ek bly 1km verder aan die regterkant, stunning ry area. :thumleft:

Indien van daardie foto's in Komati Land se plantasies was is julle baie gelukkig dat julle nie gevang was nie, daardie ouens is baie serious oor motorfietse in hulle plantasies, ek het eenmalig toestemming gehad vir 2008 se GS challence, mooier as die Kaap ::) :pot:
Hi Allawyn

Wat is die storie met die hoofroetes om Dap Naude en Ebenezer dam ? Ek het geen borde gesien wat bikes daar verbied nie, ek stem dis mooi wêreld. Sal defnitief weer n draai gaan maak.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Beserker on May 21, 2011, 09:02:39 pm
Naais one...must say, the 2 KTMs look the biz  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: alanB on May 21, 2011, 10:18:13 pm
Fantastic terrain you rode on!  Those jeep tracks and forests look really nice :thumleft:

Do you have GPS tracks?  Would love to ride those routes myself sometime.

Thanks for all the effort putting the RR together.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Flatout on May 22, 2011, 10:56:26 am
Pragtige deel van ons land waar julle gery het, beny julle daar voor.
Die komposisies van sekere fotos is baie goed.
Lekker ligte fietse wat julle op ry.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 22, 2011, 01:54:22 pm
Pragtige deel van ons land waar julle gery het, beny julle daar voor.
Die komposisies van sekere fotos is baie goed.
Lekker ligte fietse wat julle op ry.
Dankie Flatout, probeer met die mik en druk. Ry baie keer verby plekke wat n mens net weet n goeie foto sal maak. As n mens meer tyd het en n SLR kan n mens baie pret hê.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on May 22, 2011, 01:56:22 pm
Fantastic terrain you rode on!  Those jeep tracks and forests look really nice :thumleft:

Do you have GPS tracks?  Would love to ride those routes myself sometime.

Thanks for all the effort putting the RR together.
Dirwarp used his Etrex but had to delete some of the tracks as his GPS was acting up.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: dirtWarp on May 22, 2011, 05:07:28 pm
It also seems that we crossed through illegal areas.

Don't want any of you to end up in a pickle due to my "law breaker" routes  >:D
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: ALLAWYN on May 23, 2011, 05:08:09 pm
Die paaie in die plantasies rondom Dap Naude is nasionale/streeks paaie en alhoewel ek weet Komatiland wil nie bikes daar he nie sal ek eers 'n bietjie met hulle stry, die twee spoor plantasie paaie is wel out of bounce. Van die onderkant, Tzaneen se kant is daar wel geen toegangs tekens, maar hulle kan ons nie van die nasionale paaie af hou nie.

Die plantasie aan die ooste en suid ooste kant van Granny Dots is nie toeganklik nie, ek het in 2008 met Komatiland se groot base daaroor onder handel en hulle het my in geen onduidelikke terme laat verstaan dit is mpy beleid om iemand tot in die hof te vervolg en verder nie. Komatiland is die staatsplantsies wat nou 'n mpy is waarvan die staat die aandeel houer is.

Baie naby die onderste ingang na Debegeni en Dap Naude het Lachlan Harris en die huidige CEO in 2008 in 'n Komatiland plantasie gery en is deur die grootbaas gestop, sonder dat hy geweet het wat Lachlan se posisie was. Hy het die BMW direkteure vreeslik sleg behandel en hulle gedreig oa met arresstasie, nadat die selfde Komatiland grootbaas my toestemming gegee het om daar te ry.WTF ???

Daar is wel ander mpye by wie ek toestemming het om te ry, maar elke keer as ek ry moet ek toestemming vra en se hoe laat ek waar gaan wees. Die plantasie eienaars vereis ook dat ek net op Sondae ry wanneer daar geen werks saamhede is nie. As julle sal onthou was daar ook 'n noodlottigge ongeluk gewees op die GS Challence in 2008, nie ver van my huis af nie, dit sit nog vars in meeste van hulle gedagtes.

Ek is baie spyt ek het daardie middag nie by julle gestop nie, ek kon sien dit was nie plaaslikke ryers nie en toe ek by julle verbygaan het ek by my huis se afdraai gewag om te sien of julle verby kom, wou julle nooi vir 'n bier. Julle bikes "looked the real deal" :thumleft:

As julle weer hierdie kant toe kom PM my, dan reel ons iets saam.



Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: dirtWarp on May 23, 2011, 05:35:21 pm
Thanks Allawyn  ;)

Sal so maak  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: PEET WEET on July 11, 2011, 04:05:48 pm
JA JA EKS HIER....... :imaposer: EKT DIT AL N WEEK TERUG GELEES WOORD VIR WOORD
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: Riebeek on January 18, 2012, 08:34:45 am
Waar koop n man daai coyote sak?
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: sidetrack on January 25, 2012, 10:16:09 pm
Waar koop n man daai coyote sak?
Het by Runner gekoop, reken daai is stockists in Kaapstad ook. Onder die vendor section is daar links. Baie goeie sak, elke sent werd.
Title: Re: Ok let's go check out the Northern Province and Limpopo
Post by: BlueBull2007 on January 26, 2012, 05:53:25 am
Now THIS is the way to do it :thumleft:

Great stuff guys, really really great stuff. Wish i could ride this with you.

There are some awsome routes off the Burgesfort Polokwane road into the mountains, you should try some of them. Also in Sekukuneland.