Garden Route Passes Adventure Motorcycle Day Trip

Join us for a circular adventure day ride through Knysna forest, Prince Alfreds Pass, The Kammanassie, Montague Pass and the old 7 Passes Route.

Our Garden Route passes day trip winds it's way through the famous Knysna forest and over no less than 9 of the magnificent mountain passes in the area, offering spectacular scenery and a rare glimpse of the road less travelled.

Riders meet at The Motorcycle Room, Thesen Island, Knysna at 8:30 am for coffee and a briefing of the day's activities.

Leaving the town of Knysna, we quickly move onto gravel as we enter the magical Knysna forest. From the thickly treed valleys, we promptly make our way up and over the Prince Alfred Pass into The Kammanasie.

After a short stop, we travel back along winding farm gravel roads over the Outeniqua mountains via the historic Montague gravel pass.

We'll stop for lunch at either Herold wine farm or Salina's Beach restaurant depending on the speed and choice of the group. Then it's off to Knysna again along the old 7 passes route, finishing up back at The Motorcycle Room. We aim to finish the ride between 4 pm and 5 pm.


What's included in your tour price?

Included

Honda African Twin DCT Rental

Fuel for Motorcycle

Lunch & Hydration

Helmet, Jacket, Gloves & Riding Buff

You bring

Valid Motorcycle License

Shirt & Warm Top

Solid Footwear

Strong Fabric Long Pants


Highlights

Expect cool lush forests and sweeping views as we traverse 9 of the finest motorcycle riding passes in The Garden Route in a single day!

The famous Knysna forest
Prince Alfred Pass

Our team have planned, mapped, tried and tested each of our tours. You can rest assured that you will be in the best of hands and can expect nothing but unforgettable memories when you join us on one of these unique adventure tours.

Book this tour 

  • Price:
    R3500.00


  • Duration:
    1 day


  • Distance:
    163 miles / 262 km


  • Terrain:
    60% gravel, 40% tar roads


  • Malaria:
    Malaria free area


  • Group size:
    6 riders