The three-stage Berg and Bush ‘Great Trek’ started from Windmill farm in Northern Drakensberg, Lesotho, on Tuesday.
Riders made their way to Emseni Camp after three days of mountain biking.
Here are some photos from the three days.
Photos by Em Gatland.
Riders got to enjoy a neutral day one riding along the top of the escarpment of the Drakensberg Mountains. Single track took them via Solly’s Folly and they got to experience views from Garden of Eden.
The second day is famous for its bushveld and single track. Mountain bikers completed a 60km route that started with an early morning climb up Ox Wagon Hill, which presented some spectacular views of the Drakensberg Mountains.
The final stage consisted of a 50km route, known for the historic climb up Spioenkop Mountain.