Meet the SA women who rewrote the Dakar history books for African competitors

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Kirsten Landman (left) and Taye Perry.
Kirsten Landman (left) and Taye Perry.

In 2020, Taye Perry and Kirsten Landman were the first African women on a motorcycle to compete and complete the Dakar Rally. Wheels24 contributor Wilhelm Lutjeharms spoke to them and asked how they ended up competing in the toughest rally in the world, and about their future plans.

In 2020, Kirsten Landman finished 55th racing in the Dakar's Motorbikes General Classification Class.

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