Fat bike Trail tours


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Want to have some fun on the beach? Take it to a whole new level with Fat bike trail tours!

Fat bike trail tours starts off at our base in De Kelders and then sets off along the stunning De Kelders cliffs towards Die Plaat Beach. In Whale Season (July to December) we’ll stop frequently to look out for whales and to watch those who wander closest to the coastline.

Upon reaching the entrance to the nature reserve, we’ll take a turn down the 4×4 trail course, which leads us to the beach. This trail is fairly long and traces the cliffs, ending up at Die Plaat. Along the way, we’ll hit some soft sandy patches where you will have the opportunity to try out the fat tires on your bike before getting to the beach.

With fat bike trail tours, we encourage you to take your time and to enjoy the stunning environment, scenery and sights as much as you enjoy riding your bike through soft sand without finding yourself stuck!

It’s at the end of the 4×4 trail where things really start getting fun! Here, we’ll hit pure white beach all the way to Hermanus. We’ll then decide as a group how far we want to travel taking into account how you feel, your comfort with the bikes and the weather and beach conditions.

Along the way there will be plenty of opportunities to stop, rest and take photos and if we’re lucky, we come upon the odd seals taking a nap on the rocks! During whale season, keep your eyes peeled for the Southern Right Whales and Humpback Whales that frequent the bay. It’s also fairly common to spot
dolphins in the summer months. And if we are really lucky we may even see a Great White Shark cruising along the backline of the waves!

It’s all of this wildlife and the spectacular natural scenery of Gansbaai and De Kelders that makes the fat bike trail tours an ultimate beach riding experience you will never forget.


  • 1 x Guided Trail – De Kelders along Die Plaat Beach
  • Fatbike
  • Pick-up / drop-off if required in Gansbaai or De kelders
  • Video link on YouTube of you in action
  • Protective gear (gaiters & helmet)
  • Light refreshments
  • Nature reserve entry fees


  • Items of a personal nature
  • Bike riding shoes
  • Riding shorts and top
  • Insurance
  • Meals