- Experience vintage WWII motorbike sidecar tour
- Ride along the the Atlantic Coast and Chapman’s Peak Drive
- All gear supplied, disabled passengers friendly
Tour the city of Cape Town from the unique vantage point of a vintage motorbike sidecar. Head into the city dressed for the occasion in retro riding gear including leather jackets, goggles, helmets and bandanas. Once fully-kitted, enjoy the unique experience of cruising around the Western Cape on a round trip from the Cape Peninsula to Cape Point. Notable stops along the way include a cruise through the Company’s Garden, and viewing the incredible artworks and exhibitions on display. Once you have passed Camps Bay and made it to the lookout on Chapmans Peak Drive, riders hop off the bikes, have a drink and a snack, and snap keepsake pictures of the tranquil and awe-inspiring seaside views.
Cape Town was awarded by the Telegraph Travel Awards the Best City in the World in 2016, the fourth year it’s held the prestigious title. Cape Sidecar Adventures provides an exclusive opportunity to have your breath taken away by the beauty of the Mother City in a World War II vintage 750cc sidecar.
- First pick-up: 9:00, last drop-off: 16:00
- Rates are based on a per sidecar basis. Sidecars can carry only the driver plus a maximum two passengers.
- Booking essential
Cape Sidecar Adventures
Advice for visitors
This is a zero hassle two hour adventure through the most beautiful sights of Cape Town. There are no age restrictions, all the riding gear is supplied and the tour is friendly for disabled passengers. It is best to check the weather in advance and opt for clear skies with minimal wind. Be sure to bring along a fully charged camera because you will cruise past and witness some of the most exceptional sights you’ve ever seen!
Did you know
All the sidecars at Cape Sidecar Adventures are decommissioned military bikes originally used by the People’s Liberation Army of China between the early 1950s and mid-1970s. They are known as 750cc’s and are based on the old German BMW R71 used extensively during World War II. These sidecars have been fully refurbished and modified to suit South African Road traffic requirements.