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My two days of gravel bike exploring

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A group of passionate riders from Pretoria recently set about the first VanH gravel tour. 

The route saw them traverse 352km over two days between Cullinan and Kalfontein, crossing the Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Limpopo borders with amazing scenery and some interesting stops in between.

Gravel bikes have become a worldwide phenomenon and despite few races configured for them, this configuration of bicycle has opened up a whole new world for cyclists, and the experience of travelling with your bicycle.

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