Greytown MTB day and night events

2016-05-04 06:00

THERE will be wheels whizzing around non-stop this weekend as the Greytown MTB classic and other events take place starting and finishing at the Beehive. This weekend attracts bikers and their families from all over KZN as they set up camp at the Beehive to enjoy the races, the surrounds and plenty of food throughout the weekend.

There are events for all ages and capabilities. On Saturday and Sunday there is a 10km fun ride and a three kilometre for the littlies.

For those who prefer to run a 10km, a trail has been marked out for a run on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.

On Sunday morning – the two main events – the 25km ride and an even more challenging 50km ride takes place.

New, exciting rides in the challenging run - 16km or 30km from the Greytown fire tower.

For riders and supporters – food on sale throughout the weekend. One of the beneficiaries of the weekend, Greytown Child and Youth Care Centre, will be the caterers.


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