Sabie, Motorbikers Heaven
The roads around Sabie must have been masterminded by a motorbike enthusiast…
“With mountain passes, curvy routes, well-built roads and fantastic scenery along the way, there are few places that can rival this area, as South Africa’s most popular motor biking destination”
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“ There are certain sections of road that any motor biking enthusiast must ride and mark off their bucket list.
- Sabie to Hazyview - 44km of concentrated riding on the R536, including the famous section on this road from Sabie to the Kiepersol turnoff – known as the 22 because it is 22 kilometers long and has 76 corners.
- The Long Tom Pass – 56km (Lydenburg to Sabie) on the R37 of sheer riding pleasure and cambered excitement along one of South Africa’s most famous mountain passes.
- Kowyn’s Pass – the steep gradient of this pass of almost 1000m makes it a most challenging ride. On the R533 for about 10km coming down the hill from Bushbuckridge or Hazyview, Kowyn’s Pass, this is a road of legends.”
(Information source: Kruger Lowveld Visitors Guide)