Long route –
A neutral zone of about 1km will start you off and take you into some open farm riding to warm the legs. You will then head towards Oak Valley to enjoy some of their great single track and your first ‘Mother’ hill will take you passed the iconic Oak Valley Flower tunnels onto Eikenhof farm. You will then be taken through a section of single track which is pure food for the soul before starting your next climb, its long but kind and will reward you handsomely. Crossing over the R321 you head down to the Eikenhof dam and up towards Sir Lowry’s pass and your journey back to Trails End will be down through the best of Gerhard Huiskens single track.
Medium route –
Fantastic route! Easy and non-technical riding as you venture through farms only open for the Apple Blossom. You will experience a bit of everything, open farm roads, a few climbs and great single track, suitable for those wanting to take the next step up.
Short route –
All on farm roads with some easy wide single track. Not technical at all and great for kids and beginners.
2km kiddie’s cycle will be in and around the field and Mum/Dad can run alongside.