• South Africa’s biggest BMX and MTB dirt jump competition is back in Hout Bay for its 8th year and promises to be bigger than ever.

    Tonnes of international riders will be making their way down to the Cape to take part in one of the most fun and adrenaline-filled competitions out there.

    Held at some of the most scenic trails in the country, such as the Potato Trails, this event is a spectacular one to watch. Not only do spectators get treated to amazing riding spectacles, they get to watch them in front of Hout Bay’s beautiful mountain amphitheatre.

    The Night Harvest will have the best BMX & MTB athletes from around the globe in attendance, including superstars like:

    Pat Casey – USA
    Leandro Moreira – Brazil
    Kyle Baldock – Australia
    Brock Horneman – Australia
    Kevin Peraza – USA
    Mike Varga – Canada
    Murry Loubser – RSA
    Greg Illingworth – RSA
    Kevin Kalkoff – FRA
    Malcom Peters – RSA

    MTB :
    Matt Macduff – Canada
    Theo Erlangsen – RSA
    Tomas Zedja – Czech Rep
    Justin Novella – RSA
    Lukas Skiold – Sweden
    Cornel Swanepoel – RSA

    Cape Town has been experiencing the worst drought in years, so the event had to be postponed in hopes of some rain arriving.

    It seems the bike lords have been watching – some good rains finally came to the Mother City just in time for the guys to get digging and prepare the trails. After almost a year of not being able to work on them they were eager to get them back to their usual pristine standard.

    It’s all coming together nicely and Capetonians can look forward to the best Night Harvest yet. See you there on March 8.

    Event details: 

    Date: March 8 2019

    Venue: 5 Garron avenue, Hout Bay

    Time: 6pm – 11pm

    Tickets for the event cost R120 per person and can be purchased here.

    Safe parking will be provided just off Disa road.

    Picture: Facebook, the Night Harvest

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