Cape Craft Beer Motorcycle Tours
Cape Town – Cederberg – Robertson

Cederberg Brewery – Saggy Stone

Explore the gravel backcountry roads of the Cederberg, the winding country roads of the Grabouw valley and the spectacular coastal Clarence Drive. Taste the craft beers of Cederberg Brewery and Saggy Stone in the Nuy Valley near Robertson


Cape Town – Bainskloof Pass – Piekenierskloof Pass – Nieuwoudt’s Pass – Uitkyk Pass – Dwarsrivier farm – Franschhoek – Du Toits Kloof Pass – Ceres – Michel’s Pass – Worcester – Saggy Stone – Hermanus – Bettys Bay


790 Km, Rider: R10600, Pillion: R3500

R9600 per rider for groups of 2+



Trip Details and Itinerary

Day 1 (290km):
Cape Town – Bainskloof Pass – Porterville – Piekenierskloof Pass – Nieuwoudt’s Pass – Uitkyk Pass – Dwarsrivier farm.
Tour and tasting at Cederberg Brewery, overnight at Sanddrif
Day 2 (216km): Franschhoek – Du Toits Kloof Pass – Slanghoek – Ceres – Michel’s Pass – Worcester – Saggy Stone. 
Tour and tasting at Saggy Stone, overnight at Buitenstekloof Mountain Cottages
Day 3 (284km): Buitenstekloof – Hermanus – Bettys Bay – Cape Town


Bookings available year round

Too long, too short? Contact us about customising a trip for you

Bikes: Honda Africa Twin XRV750

Level of Difficulty: Easy
Off-Road Surface: 0% Gravel
On-Road Surface: 100% Tar 

Optional Extras:
1) SENA20S Bluetooth Music and Communication device: R75
2) Helmet: R150

1) Prices in South African Rand. Click here to convert to your currency

What’s Included:
Honda Africa Twin 750cc motorcycle
Tour guide
Entry to Cape Point Nature Reserve
Top box (lockable)
Comprehensive Motorcycle Insurance
Unlimited Mileage
Excess luggage storage

What’s NOT Included:
Lunch, drinks etc
Motorcycle Damage Deposit (R3000)


About the Breweries

Cederberg Brewery

Combining European inspiration with South African innovation, we set out with a simple goal: to brew the beers we wanted to drink. We started small, with a homebrew system, a love for craft beer, plenty of passion and determination. The result? Hand crafted natural beer, made with the purest ingredients. Beers that can stand on taste alone.

We believe that making beer is like everything in life: you get out what you put in. And lets face it: beer is mostly water so brewing with the purest water we can find is a no-brainer. We only use spring water, flowing from the surrounding mountains and drawn through many layers of sandstone, naturally filtering impurities and gathering trace minerals en route; the result being crystal clear mountain water, perfect for brewing legendary beer that consistently delivers our signature taste.

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Saggy Stone

As rich in history as it is in flavour, The Saggy Stone Brewery gives real meaning to the term microbrewery. This intimate stone structure used to be a church and locals joke that it’s a building intent on making people sing. It now houses a custom-built, brewing system allowing us to maintain our personal touch.

Overlooked by the majestic Langeberg Mountains, the environment serves as inspiration while the pure mountain spring water gives Saggy Stone beers their edge. Saggy Stone is brewed using the finest barley and hops and the addition of fresh, sweet and soft spring water from the farm’s natural water supply offers a superior taste that only nature can provide.

As demand grows, so must the brewery but the brewmasters agree that as long as there’s a firm supply of “great mountain water”, they ‘ll continue “making great beer”. Watch the magic happen by booking a brewery tour or if the mood strikes and we’re available, we’ll happily show you around without an appointment.

With homebrewing becoming a favourite pastime and an ever-growing number of South African craft beers to contend with, Adrian and Phillip knew that their beers had to be special.
A hobby became a passion and after many years of testing and tasting, they realised that while ingredients and processes may vary considerably, a soft, palatable water is the secret. The result is a range of local craft beers made pure by their very own mountain water.

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Need more info?

Need more information, or just want to get in touch? We’d love to hear from you.

Andrew is the owner and lead guide for Ride Down South. You can reach him here:

Cell: +27 79 6977110





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