Start your ride in the hustle and bustle of the V&A Waterfront and escape onto the tranquil and scenic Sea Point Promenade. Let the sea breeze fill your lungs, as you cycle along the Atlantic Seaboard.
The route is safe and mainly flat, and is suitable for riders of every fitness level. Along the way you will pass the landmarks, architecture, people and everyday moments that mark life on the Atlantic Seaboard.
V&A Waterfront, Cape Town Stadium, Green Point Park, Green Point Lighthouse, Sea Point Promenade, Sea Point Pavilion.
The ride begins at Up Cycles bicycle rental kiosk on Clock Tower Square at the V&A Waterfront.
The kiosk is situated at the foot of the Clock Tower, just across the swing bridge.
There is a MyCiti bus stop at the V&A Waterfront, as well as a taxi rank and lots of safe pay parking for private cars.
The closest parking to Up Cycles is underground at Clock Tower Square.
Places to stop along the way:
Table Mountain picture frame at V&A Waterfront, Green Point Park, Cafe Neo opposite the Lighthouse, artwork along the Promenade, Rocklands Beach, Graaf's Pool, the Sea Point Pavilion.
Best time to walk:
The ride is perfect throughout the day.
Please remember that Up Cycles closes at sunset daily, with the last rides departing one hour before the sun goes down.
Please check your weather app for the sunset time, which varies throughout the year.
Please remember to pedal backwards to slow down or stop your bicycle.
Pay attention for pedestrians, who always have right of way.
If you have to ride in the road, remember that cars drive on the left.
If you get lost or have any trouble with your bicycle, phone the number under the seat for assistance.
Hats, sunscreen and drinking water are advisable during the summer.
Allow at least an hour for this walk, as there are lots of stops along the way.
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