Durban’s leading cyclist event is ready to rock, and with recent upgrades and resurfacing on the M4, the cycling community are anticipating the best Aquelle Tour Durban to date!

The very popular 45km Fun Ride has become the highlight of the race, with thousands of cyclists entering to race socially and raise money for various charities.

One of the most popular features on the Durban Fun Season Calendar, the Aquelle Tour Durban will take place on Sunday the 26th of April, ending in a relaxing holiday on Monday to celebrate Freedom Day.

The longstanding race is broken up into three categories, the 105km, the 45km and the 55km Cyclo Cross.

Entries are now closed, and registration will again be held at Suncoast Casino on 24th and 25th April – with an Expo to boot!


Date: Sunday 26 April 2015
Venue: Start and finish at Moses Mabhida Stadium
Route: Riders can pick from three route options – click here for more info.
Registrations: Suncoast Casino, 24th and 25th of April.
Additional Information: You will be required to produce your valid CSA license or proof of provincial affiliation at registration or you will be required to purchase an event license. For all the new CSA Racing and Licensing Rules and Regulations please visit the CSA website
Road Closures: Please download the road closures map for this event here.

The Sunday Tribune Kids Ride

The brand new one kilometre Sunday Tribune Kids Ride has been added to the Tour Durban programme to give younger members of the family the chance to be part of the iconic event.

Starting at 11am, the Kids Ride will consist of one lap of the concrete walkway that surrounds the green lawns and the ever-popular jungle gym in the People’s Park precinct, and is open to all young children.

The organisers have added the kids race to contribute to the family atmosphere that has become a hallmark of the aQuellé Tour Durban in recent years.

The Kids Race has been carefully planned to allow parents who have completed the 105km Road Race, the 45km Fun Ride or the 55km Cyclocross race to be able to escort their children on their one kilometre East Coast cycling experience.

Date: Sunday 26 April
Venue: People’s Park
Time: 11am
Cost: Free of charge
Additional Info: While helmets are not compulsory, they are strongly advised.

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