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Tour d'Afrique

Tour d'Afrique

Tour d'Afrique

Tour d'Afrique

From the Pyramids of Giza to Table Mountain, explore Africa from top to bottom on TDA’s flagship cycling expedition

RIDERS AND STAFF

Jenny Reid

Medic

Cairo to Cape Town

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Jenny Reid

Medic
Cairo to Cape Town

United Kingdom

My name is Jen and I’m delighted to be the medic on the 2019 Tour d’Afrique. I completed my medical training in Edinburgh, having first completed an undergraduate degree in Geography at the University of Cambridge. I currently work in orthopaedic surgery, with experience in general, trauma and orthopaedic and plastic surgery. I also have general and emergency medicine experience. I have a big passion for global health and have been spending the last few months reading up on the countries we will be cycling through. During my training I’ve been exposed to health care settings around the world including in South Africa, Namibia, Nepal, Singapore, the USA and Switzerland. I have completed expedition specific training in Slovenia. Outside of medicine I love cycling, the outdoors, most sports and art. Sporting highlights include winning the Cambridge vs Oxford boat race, representing Scotland, racing in the Zambezi International Regatta, with hippos and crocodiles swimming under our boat, and cycling the Etape du Tour in the Alps. I look forward to a very healthy and happy Tour d’Afrique and to meeting the team!

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Stephanie Thornton

Assistant Leader

Cairo to Cape Town

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Stephanie Thornton

Assistant Leader
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

Hello good people, my name is Stephanie, and I will be your Assistant Tour Leader. I am from Canada, currently living in Victoria, BC. I have lived, worked, and travelled throughout Africa for the greater part of the last 10 years. Looking forward to getting back to the most beautiful continent!

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Ryan Rice

Bike Mechanic

Cairo to Cape Town

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Ryan Rice

Bike Mechanic
Cairo to Cape Town

United States

Is there a more challenging, charming, or humbling way to travel the World and discover it’s people and treasures? If there is, I haven’t come across it yet, and perhaps I wish not to. I have been a bicycle mechanic for over ten years and it has led me towards new adventures and friendships. Here’s to clean and lubed chains, straight wheels, and a comfy saddle! See you on the next adventure!

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Laundon Peacock

Communications

Cairo to Cape Town

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Laundon Peacock

Communications
Cairo to Cape Town

Australia

Freelance filmmaker lucky enough to be documenting the Tour d'Afrique for TDA. I'm excited to capture the journey of those game enough to cycle across Africa, and find out what drives them. Loads of awesome content to come.

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Samuel Roy

Assistant Leader

Cairo to Cape Town

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Samuel Roy

Assistant Leader
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

Hi! I'm Sam from Canada. Very excited to be joining the TDA family as the Assistant Leader on tour this year.

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Tallis Wessels

Leader

Cairo to Cape Town

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Tallis Wessels

Leader
Cairo to Cape Town

South Africa

Overland and cycle guide for the past 9 years. Looking forward to another TDA experience and meeting you all in Cairo and along the way.

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Errol Venter

Chef

Nairobi to Cape Town

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Errol Venter

Chef
Nairobi to Cape Town

South Africa

Hi im Errol. Some of you will know me from TDA,ill be joining as cook on this tour ,hope there wont be too many challenges but that would be unlike a TDA tour.

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Mark Lutz

Chef

Cairo to Nairobi

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Mark Lutz

Chef
Cairo to Nairobi

United States

Hello, I'm Mark, and I'll be your chef for the tour, joining you in Darwin. I'm excited to be a part of this amazing adventure, and look forward to meeting everyone when you reach Australia.

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Driver

Cairo to Cape Town

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Driver
Cairo to Cape Town

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Colleen Gordon

Chef

Khartoum to Cape Town

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Colleen Gordon

Chef
Khartoum to Cape Town

South Africa

Cape Town born and bred. Bird and wildlife enthusiast. Been guiding for 8 years. Very excited for this new adventure.

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Lezinda Rossouw

Driver

Khartoum to Cape Town

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Lezinda Rossouw

Driver
Khartoum to Cape Town

South Africa

Namibian born who grew up on the farm. This is were my love for the outdoors started. Looking forward to this adventure!

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Leonard Bayliss

Rider

Cairo to Khartoum

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Leonard Bayliss

Rider
Cairo to Khartoum

Australia

live, work in new westminster canada,do solo non supported bicycle tours ,so far perth to albany WA around the coast, west to east sicily,lisboa to granada spain

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Tim Forde

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Tim Forde

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Australia

I am 65 years young and have been cycling for the past 5 years. I am a Postal Manager in Australia. I was born in Rhodesia and have always had a desire to see Africa from Cape to Cairo. Was looking for a cycling challenge and I saw details of this tour in a cycling book.

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Peter Cox

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Peter Cox

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

Born in South Africa and have lived and raised my kids in Canada over the last 30 years. I retire later in the year from an amazing and privileged career working with sick children. Have cycled all my life (my kids laugh at me cycling through the Canadian winter, all trussed up!) Now I am ready to cycle home!

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Mats Wennerholm

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Mats Wennerholm

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Sweden

Life is so simple on my bike. Just have to keep balance and my legs going, meeting new places and new people. Looking forward to this life during a four months periode in 2019.

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Wolfgang Meyer

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Wolfgang Meyer

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Germany

I am 67 years old and live in Germany near Magdeburg. I have ridden several long Bike rides on my own in recent years. I am a bike technically well versed and can help myself. In africa I have been in some countries already, but not by bike. I speak unfortunately not as good english, only a little.

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Paul Bullen-Smith

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Paul Bullen-Smith

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

United Kingdom

Well I decided to have an adventure and by travelling through 10 countries , including the country of my birth, this trip should certainly be one. I love coast to coast, end to end touring but have only done them in the UK, so this is certainly a scale above. Looking forward to the journey, cycling, talking and meeting you all Now it is just planning.....

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Tom Bell

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Tom Bell

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

Celebrated turning 65 by riding South American Epic. Loved the experience. I was warned these trips become addictive and was home for only 2 weeks before signing up for TDA.

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Frederic Antille

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Frederic Antille

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Switzerland

And here we go, after dreaming of joining this tour since many years, it will now happens. So excited to have the chance to merge my love of biking with my love of Africa !

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Scott Burton

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Scott Burton

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

I am lucky enough to travel the world working on TV documentaries. I've been to Africa a number of times for both work and pleasure. I've climbed Kilimanjaro and been on Safari. This trip will make Kilimanjaro look like a "walk in the park" (Which technically it is!) :)

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Frederick(Fritz) Renger

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Frederick(Fritz) Renger

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

In the 1970’s and 1980’s I did several self-supported long-distance bike trips – Europe, the Americas, East and South Asia, North Africa. There is nothing like discovering new lands on a bike! On one of these bike trips, I ended up getting stranded in Taiwan, and have now spent 30+ years living and working in Greater China(Taiwan, Hong Kong, the PRC). I retired a couple of years ago, and am now living on Hainan Island where I either bike or windsurf every day. Cairo to Cape Town should be the right challenge I’m now looking for, and I won’t have to carry my own baggage!

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ASHLEY DACE

Rider

Cairo to Addis Ababa

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ASHLEY DACE

Rider
Cairo to Addis Ababa

United Kingdom

I'm a British geologist who works in the mining industry, predominantly in the UK and Africa.

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rochelle davidson

Rider

Victoria Falls to Cape Town

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rochelle davidson

Rider
Victoria Falls to Cape Town

Canada

My husband Jeff and I are very excited to be joining Sections 7 & 8, and are really enjoying the process of researching gravel bikes to add to our collection! We live in beautiful Vancouver, Canada and get to ride almost year-round. My goal is to ride on every continent, Africa will be my final continent (ask me about Antarctica!) before I start all over again. Jeff and I met riding almost 10 years ago while training for a 400km one-day ride that raises money for cancer research. A breast cancer survivor myself, I love that I can combine my love of riding with my commitment to creating a future where nobody dies of cancer.

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jeff davidson

Rider

Victoria Falls to Windhoek

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jeff davidson

Rider
Victoria Falls to Windhoek

Canada

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Alexander Harling

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Alexander Harling

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

United Kingdom

An occasional cyclist who has swim more than cycled over the last ten years. I love the ability of a bike to immerse you in nature and bring you closer to people. Currently taking time out and travelling by camper van around Europe.

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Jérôme Blais

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Jérôme Blais

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

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Romy B

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Romy B

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Netherlands

I've always lived in The Hague in the Netherlands, but I'm currently living in Ha Long in Northern Vietnam. I work there as a consultant for a large Dutch engineering firm. Working in Vietnam can be challenging and sometimes even frustrating, but this frustration is properly compensated by the time I get to spend on my bike :-) It is very nice to see the amazement in the eyes of the locals when I pass them on my bike. And it is heartwarming to see that I can cause this immense thrill among them by saying hello, by smiling to them, or simply by waving... It makes me very happy that I can make someone else so sincerely happy, with just such a small gesture. One of the many beautifull things of being on a bicycle... I'm really looking forward to Africa!

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Bob Kieckhefer

Rider

Addis Ababa to Cape Town

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Bob Kieckhefer

Rider
Addis Ababa to Cape Town

United States

Geophysicist, cyclist, swimmer.

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Mike Mossing

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Mike Mossing

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

United States

Newly retired Biochemistry Professor. Have been commuting by bike since college, riding recreationally for the last 30 years. Have led bike and pedestrian advocacy organizations at the campus, city and state level. League of American Bicyclists Instructor and Wilderness First Responder certifications. Have just sold my house and extraneous possessions to travel for a year. Leaving the States to bike and walk around Europe in September. Looking forward to the 2019 Tour D'Afrique as the capstone of my gap year! [Strava](https://www.strava.com/athletes/mmossing)

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ANDREW BRINK

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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ANDREW BRINK

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Australia

My mother was born in Cape Town and my father in Oudtshoorn, South Africa. I was born in Sydney after my parents immigrated to Australia. For the last 25 years I have been living in Vancouver, British Columbia with my Canadian wife. I guess I'm going home the long (and hard) way round.

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Karl Siebert

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Karl Siebert

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Australia

I am a 58 year old storeman living in perth western austalia who is a long time cyclist.I have wanted to cycle africa since a failed attempt in 1990.

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Joost Kramer

Rider

Nairobi to Mbeya

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Joost Kramer

Rider
Nairobi to Mbeya

Netherlands

Hi, I am about to embark on my third TDA (sectional) tour and as excited to do so as was the first time. Being Dutch I was raised using a bicycle to get to places, and I still do. What always will be a challenge is the hot weather and hills as those both lack here in The Netherlands.

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Lisanne Caron

Rider

Windhoek to Cape Town

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Lisanne Caron

Rider
Windhoek to Cape Town

Canada

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Brad Gray

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Brad Gray

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

My name is Brad Gray. I live in West Vancouver BC, Canada. I'm 58 and like physical and mental challenges. Long distance hiking, biking and skiing are my favourite pastimes. While I've completed some long distance bike tours, the Tour d'Afrique is a new challenge. Carpe Diem, Brad

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Kaye Hudson

Rider

Nairobi to Cape Town

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Kaye Hudson

Rider
Nairobi to Cape Town

New Zealand

Previous tours Trans Europa 2012 and South America 2015. Looking forward to catching up with riders from previous rides and meeting new riders.

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Lucy Preece

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Lucy Preece

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

United Kingdom

I've been thinking about doing the tour d'afrique ever since I heard about it over 10 years now and can't quite believe I will be doing it! I've not done loads of cycling before, but recently went on a cycling holiday to Morocco and will be working my mileage up over the year. I'm looking forward to meeting other people crazy enough to put themselves up for this challenge!

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Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

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Rider

Khartoum to Addis Ababa

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Rider
Khartoum to Addis Ababa

India

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Veronica Ruddenklau

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Veronica Ruddenklau

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

New Zealand

Love cycling and want to be an interesting Granny so signed up for TDA! Now I’ve read some bulletins and I’m thinking crikey it’s a long way!!

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Phil Ruddenklau

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Phil Ruddenklau

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

New Zealand

Married to Veronica, 4 kids, 8 grandkids. Ex sheepfarmer from Southern New Zealand, now living in Auckland. Pretty keen road biker and tourer and always looking for an excuse to get a new bike.

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Steven Gordon

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Steven Gordon

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

United States

Hello, My name is Steve. I am a teacher in San Diego, California (USA)who works with children with special needs as a Adapted PE teacher. During the summer months when I am on break as a teacher, I enjoy touring the world on my bike. My goal is to tour every continent. I also enjoy riding a tandem bike with people who are blind. Before touring, I was into racing Ironman and ultra distance races. Now my focus is away from competition and more towards seeing the world, learning about different cultures, and discovering the highest levels of personal growth through my experiences in life.

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Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

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Yvonne Waalewijn

Rider

Addis Ababa to Victoria Falls

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Yvonne Waalewijn

Rider
Addis Ababa to Victoria Falls

Netherlands

Nationality: Dutch Gender: Female Occupation: retired/dive instructor Passions:diving, biking, travelling the world and looking forward to another adventure

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Rider

Victoria Falls to Cape Town

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Rider
Victoria Falls to Cape Town

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Lisa O'Donohue

Rider

Victoria Falls to Cape Town

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Lisa O'Donohue

Rider
Victoria Falls to Cape Town

Canada

Looking forward to bicycling through Africa!

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Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

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Daan Vossers

Rider

Cairo to Khartoum

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Daan Vossers

Rider
Cairo to Khartoum

Netherlands

Dutch Cyclist living in Khartoum

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Jackie Silverberg

Rider

Cairo to Khartoum

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Jackie Silverberg

Rider
Cairo to Khartoum

Canada

I’m a retired high school teacher . Im very fit and love riding my bike . That being said, not sure about riding full distance daily . I have done a few vehicle supported trips . Last year was two weeks in Patagonia and , the Atlas Mountains the year before . I have travelled alot , but only to Morocco , Kenya and Tanzania in Africa . Excited about Egypt and Sudan. After CAiro to Khartoum, I will be joining another cycle trip from Kigali to Entebbe.

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LENORE LEWIS

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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LENORE LEWIS

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

Hi there I am a 56 year old retired accountant from Montreal who took up cycling about 10 years ago. An Adventure Cycling Association trip in Utah was my first introduction to cycle touring and since then, I have had many adventures on bike exploring places near and far. After completing ACA’s leadership training course, my husband and I designed and led a couple of tours of our own. I am both excited and bit apprehensive (read mildly scared) about tackling TDA’s epic Tour d'Afrique but look forward to seeing this challenge through - all the way to Cape Town - Hopefully !

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Tom Perlmutter

Rider

Cairo to Khartoum

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Tom Perlmutter

Rider
Cairo to Khartoum

Canada

I'm new to cycling having taken it up last year after many years of long-distance running. This will only be my second biking expedition. I've signed up for the first section with the intention of adding sections depending on how I fare. I'm excited and nervous as hell.

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Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

United States

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Vikas Patel

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Vikas Patel

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

I've been lucky enough to have been able to travel quite a bit, but have never had a chance to see Africa. Cycled across Canada in 2007 and am hoping that I remember how to ride again.

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Jonas Barter

Rider

Cairo to Khartoum

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Jonas Barter

Rider
Cairo to Khartoum

Canada

I am a fit, healthy, and experienced cyclist with a fondness for gravel roads and reasonable single-track mountain biking. I toured Kyrgyzstan by bike in 2014 and SE Asia in 2015. I have trekked in Nepal four times, most recently on the Annapurna Circuit in 2017. I'm a professional Technical Writer and Editor and an amateur composer and musician. I'm ready for the big one.

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Gerald van der Weyden

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Gerald van der Weyden

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Canada

I am always eager to travel, especially on the seat of a touring bicycle. My wife Lenore and I are looking forward to this doing this epic trip together. Go big or go home.

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Baldr Schrage

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Baldr Schrage

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

Netherlands

Dutch cyclist with too much time on his hands.

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Rider

Addis Ababa to Mbeya

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Rider
Addis Ababa to Mbeya

Brazil

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Simon Holmes

Rider

Khartoum to Addis Ababa

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Simon Holmes

Rider
Khartoum to Addis Ababa

United Kingdom

Keen cyclist. Don't race as such but do a few big sportives each year ( eg Marmottes, Dragon Ride ,Crystalp etc). Some touring--eg Raid Pyreneen,crossed the alps with kit a couple of times, cent cols, round Corsica, Tour de Mont Blanc etc. 3 Main bikes. Racing bike, Parlee ZL; MTB Specialised Camber full suss 29 er; Winter trainer--Condor Gran Fondo . Enjoy riding all types of bikes whether it's a velibre in Paris or a bike with no brakes in Ethiopia (they are optional aren't they in Africa?). Bringing old hybrid on tour d'afrique. Main goal this year is the UCI Amateur World Cycling Championships in Albi, France in August. Also hope to ride with kit to Istanbul in June

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Rider

Khartoum to Addis Ababa

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Rider
Khartoum to Addis Ababa

United Kingdom

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Sean Fanning

Rider

Khartoum to Addis Ababa

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Sean Fanning

Rider
Khartoum to Addis Ababa

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Nirmika Athalye

Rider

Cairo to Khartoum

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Nirmika Athalye

Rider
Cairo to Khartoum

India

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Martin Krebs

Rider

Khartoum to Nairobi

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Martin Krebs

Rider
Khartoum to Nairobi

Switzerland

Martin Krebs is employed with the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and has an assignment as Deputy Head of the Environment and Sustainable Development Section of the Directorate of Political Affairs. He studied law in Bern, Amsterdam, Den Haag and Thessaloníki and is a member of the bar. Before his present assignment he worked in different capacities with the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and the United Nations Environment Programme UNEP. Being a member of the parliament of the city of Berne, he has a vast experience in local governance. He is a member of the board of administrators of the zoo of Berne. Martin Krebs acts as President of a Staff Union of the Swiss federal administration. He likes rackets and bikes.

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Brett Lanham

Rider

Nairobi to Cape Town

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Brett Lanham

Rider
Nairobi to Cape Town

Australia

In Nov 2012 I retired from a seagoing career to take up my passion for long distance cycling. Over the last 10 years I have completed 8 rides with TdA, plus one lap across Australia south to north, the Lands End - John o'Groats ride in the UK, and some touring in NZ. I look forward to catching up with friends from past rides and meeting new ones on The Pub Ride 2018 and sharing this great adventure with a beer, or two. In Sept 2018 I'm down to do the two new sections of the Trans Oceania, Perth to Adelaide, and to get the scalp of having crossed the Nullabor on the seat of my bike.

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Daniel Frye

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Daniel Frye

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

United States

Hello, I'm a retired oceanographer and I've taken up cycle touring as a replacement for running and backpacking, which I'm no longer able to do. My wife and I have done several previous trips with TDA (Orient Express, TransOceania, and the South American Epic) and we're looking forward to another interesting and challenging experience this summer. I'm trying to brush up my high school Spanish as a way to prepare for the trip. Looking forward to meeting all the riders and seeing old friends.

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Shirley Frye

Rider

Cairo to Cape Town

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Shirley Frye

Rider
Cairo to Cape Town

United States

Have enjoyed many TDA trips and hope to do many many more.

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“TDA provided the opportunity for me to cycle safely from Cairo to Cape Town. Everything promised was delivered. One does not have to be a Tour de France cyclist to enjoy the Tour d'Afrique. I found everyone on staff to be knowledgeable, friendly, helpful and accommodating. If you want to cycle in Africa and are just an average person like myself, TDA is the way to go. You will have the trip of a lifetime.”

“To put it lightly, I had a really good time. 10/10. Would recommend and maybe do it again.”

“TDA Global Cycling’s epic bike expedition takes riders from the Pyramids of Giza in Cairo, Egypt, to Cape Town, South Africa, in the shadow of Table Mountain.”

OVERVIEW TOUR D'AFRIQUE 2019


  • FULL TOUR
  • SECTION 1
  • SECTION 2
  • SECTION 3
  • SECTION 4
  • SECTION 5
  • SECTION 6
  • SECTION 7
  • SECTION 8
  • TOUR D'AFRIQUE
  • PHARAOH'S DELIGHT
  • THE GORGE
  • TRIBAL LANDS
  • MASAI STEPPE
  • MALAWI GIN
  • ZAMBEZI ZONE
  • ELEPHANT HIGHWAY
  • DUNES & ATLANTIC
  • CAIRO TO CAPE TOWN
  • CAIRO TO KHARTOUM
  • KHARTOUM TO ADDIS ABABA
  • ADDIS ABABA TO NAIROBI
  • NAIROBI TO MBEYA
  • MBEYA TO LILONGWE
  • LILONGWE TO VICTORIA FALLS
  • VICTORIA FALLS TO WINDHOEK
  • WINDHOEK TO CAPE TOWN
  • JAN 17 TO MAY 12
  • JAN 17 TO FEB 7
  • FEB 9 TO FEB 23
  • FEB 25 TO MAR 10
  • MAR 12 TO MAR 23
  • MAR 25 TO MAR 31
  • APR 2 TO APR 10
  • APR 14 TO APR 24
  • APR 27 TO MAY 12
  • USD 16900
  • USD 4025
  • USD 2750
  • USD 2575
  • USD 2200
  • USD 1300
  • USD 1650
  • USD 2025
  • USD 2950
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • FULL TOUR
    • TOUR D'AFRIQUE
    • CAIRO TO CAPE TOWN
    • JAN 17 TO MAY 12
    • 16900 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 1
    • PHARAOH'S DELIGHT
    • CAIRO TO KHARTOUM
    • Jan 17 - Feb 7
    • 4025 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 2
    • THE GORGE
    • KHARTOUM TO ADDIS ABABA
    • Feb 9 - Feb 23
    • 2750 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 3
    • TRIBAL LANDS
    • ADDIS ABABA TO NAIROBI
    • Feb 25 - Mar 10
    • 2575 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 4
    • MASAI STEPPE
    • NAIROBI TO MBEYA
    • Mar 12 - Mar 23
    • 2200 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 5
    • MALAWI GIN
    • MBEYA TO LILONGWE
    • Mar 25 - Mar 31
    • 1300 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 6
    • ZAMBEZI ZONE
    • LILONGWE TO VICTORIA FALLS
    • Apr 2 - Apr 10
    • 1650 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 7
    • ELEPHANT HIGHWAY
    • VICTORIA FALLS TO WINDHOEK
    • Apr 14 - Apr 24
    • 2025 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 8
    • DUNES & ATLANTIC
    • WINDHOEK TO CAPE TOWN
    • Apr 27 - May 12
    • 2950 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE

Prices based on double occupancy at hotels. Solo riders will be paired with another rider of the same gender at no additional charge. A registration fee of US$150 must first be paid to hold your place on the tour. This fee is in addition to the entry fee listed above and is non-refundable and non-transferable. Full tour entry fees will receive an early payment discount of US$600 if full payment is received 6 months before the start of the tour. Those coming for multiple sections get 10% off for 2 or more sections on the same tour (multiple section discount does not apply to full tour price).

TDA alumni get special alumni discounts. Please contact our office for further details. Full tour and section dates listed are for first and last day of cycling. Accommodation the night before first cycling day and the night of last cycling day are included in entry fee. We advise booking at least 1 additional night at tour accommodation before the tour, to be able to attend rider briefing and have assistance from tour bike mechanic in setting up your bike.

 

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TO PANAMA CITY

time

165 DAYS,
14,515 km

Bamboo Road

FULL TOUR
adventure

ADVENTURE

time
difficulty difficulty difficulty difficulty difficulty
location

TAIPEI
TO SINGAPORE

time

85 DAYS,
6,730 km

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