Great African Cycling Safari is fun you will have on two wheels for 55 days crossing 5 borders of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi, meeting, seeing, networking and with Solidarity creating awareness about the EAC integration process.
15, 30, 50-mile, full day, multiple days, or 55 days our cycling route is published on www.eactour.bike
You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is a fun way for cyclists of all levels to get out and enjoy the road. This is NOT a race.
To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all riders, we encourage short distances for children
Yes! On daily basis, we have Spectator: Post-Ride Party organized by sponsors and Host communities.
There is at least three rest stop on each stage. Rest stops have water.
Helmets are required. We also strongly suggest bringing a water bottle for easy fill-ups along the route to stay hydrated!
For the full circle riders, check-in is done two days to the actual start and for a short distance or stage riders, check -in- is done in the morning of the flag off. Check-in is very fast. Please arrive at least 30-minutes prior to your individual start time with a valid ID.
All event merchandise will be available for pick up at the event after-party.
A mountain or and off-road bike is best for all the passages, but any bike type will do! We love seeing awesome, creative bikes out on the course!
Great African Cycling Safari does not allow refunds or deferments.
You do need some rain gear. You will ride even under some rain. If the leaders see that it is unsafe to ride, they will plan or adjust accordingly and substitute the ride with an alternative activity such as a home visit.
Well, having some mechanic skills does not hurt? One of Great African Cycling Safari's nice things is that there is always someone with the skills willing to help. And if anything, serious happens the service team can be relied on.
Bringing your own bike ensures that you will be comfortable without adaptation time. Our service team can help you assemble it on arrival.
Sure, consider bringing your own helmet, bike saddle and pedals if you use clip-in shoes.
The meals will be typically East African.
Much as there will be fast riders, you are encouraged to ride at your pace, and no one will be left behind.