Table Mountain Bike Tour
Table Mountain Bike Tour
Table Mountain Bike Tour
Table Mountain Bike Tour
Table Mountain Bike Tour
Table Mountain Bike Tour
Table Mountain Bike Tour

Table Mountain Double Descent Tours


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Discover your spirit of adventure with our Table Mountain Double Decent mountain biking – a glorious two-and-a-half-hour riding experience, traversing the front side of Cape Town’s majestic Table Mountain.

The ride is suitable for all levels of fitness and ability, so don’t feel intimidated! This is Cape Town as you’ve never experienced it before.

It’s all downhill from here. The slower you go the easier it is, the faster you go, the more exciting it gets…

The tour starts by being shuttled from our shop to the top of the trailhead on Table Mountain. Then the journey begins as we embark on exciting downhill off-road trails and private roads that lead around Devil’s Peak. The ride culminates in the only viewpoint on the mountain that takes in the Indian Ocean of False Bay and Atlantic Ocean of Table Bay in one spectacular gaze.

This mountain biking route showcases the magnificent Cape Floral Kingdom that Table Mountain Nature Reserve has to offer.  It is enhanced with interesting information provided by our guides about the history and culture of Cape Town. Join us for an incredible experience that you will never forget!

You will be cycling for about 3hrs

Cycling is only done on the lower half of Table Mountain and not on top.

We transport you to the base of Table Mountain so you do not have to cycle the huge uphill from our offices!

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• Our trips run every day of the week
• Either 9:00am or 1:00pm


• Bikes & Helmets
• Professional & knowledgeable guides
• Transport

Why book with us?

• The only company to offer regular mountain biking rides down Table Mountain
• Vehicle drop-off on the mountain to avoid the huge uphill
• Experience the most spectacular views of Table Bay, Robben Island and the City!
• All equipment provided
• We specialise in smaller groups and require no minimum numbers to run a trip