Masgcor Cederberg 100 Miler

South Africa’s most breathtaking
100 Miler

ride it in 1 day for a proper challenge, OR in 2 days for an unforgettable experiencE

2019 Routes have been revealed! Scroll down for route maps and profiles.

6-7 APRIL 2019


Masgcor Cederberg 100 Miler

The Cederberg 100 Miler is proudly brought to you by MASGCOR, the leading supplier and manufacturer of fruit packing machines in South Africa.

Owners Gawie and Ansulaine Spies also completed the Trek in 2018.

“Super well run event and definitely value for money. Scenery is amazing. Definitely a ride with a challenge and highly recommended.”

Vernon Rudman

Cederberg 100 Miler


Cederberg 100 Miler
Cederberg 100 Miler
Cederberg 100 Miler
Cederberg 100 Miler
Cederberg 100 Miler

Cederberg 100 Miler

Riders Info


22-23 April 2017


Clanwilliam to Koue Bokkeveld via Nuwerust


The Race: 160km

Trek Day 1: 80km

Trek Day 2: 80km


Supper and breakfast at Nuwerust are included in the Trek entry. Optional Friday / Saturday pre-race supper at Clanwilliam for Trek and Race entries/supporters. Post-ride meal at Kaleo is available to order for both Race and Trek entries/supporters.

Pre-race supper: R100

Supporter breakfast at the Olympic Race Village at Nuwerust: R50

Post-race supper: R100


The Race: R750

Includes goodie bag, t-shirt and medal.

The Trek: R1200

Includes goodie bag, t-shirt and medal, camping spot at Nuwerust, Saturday dinner, Sunday breakfast.


Cederberg 100 Miler


Professional medical personnel will be on stand by at all times all along the route. Please inform the organisers of any serious medical condition prior to the race.


Camping at the Olympic Race Village at Nuwerust after Day 1 of The Trek only includes camping gear if option was selected and paid for. If not, then each rider / supporter has to bring their own that will be transported with the rest of the luggage.


There will be 4 kickass waterpoints along the route. Stocked with all the nutritional goodies you'll be craving for on a route this long.


Riders may be accompanied at Nuwerus by supporters, but may not be supported on route. Supporters have to depart to Nuwerus at least 1 hour before start of Day 1. Camping and meals for supporters at Nuwerus must be booked by riders upon entry. Chalet accommodation at the Olympic Race Village at Nuwerus is limited and has to be booked with Nuwerus directly. Supporters have to leave 1 hour before The Trek starts on Day 2.


Departs on Saturday at Kaleo, will take riders to Clanwilliam and they will leave their cars at Kaleo overnight. Shuttle has to be booked with organisers (contact below) at a cost of R350pp.

The Trek – riders have the option to book a driver for their vehicle. Your car will be waiting for you at Kaleo when you are finished. R350 per vehicle. Contact us to arrange.

Mechanical Support

Riders are responsible for their own mechanical needs. Supporters will not be able to provide mechanical support along the route.

Race Villages

The Yellow Aloe

The Yellow Aloe

The town that is synonymous with Rooibos tea, Riel dances and the Cederberge will be our starting point. Both The Race and The Trek will start at the Yellow Allow Guest House.
Distance from Cape Town: 230km
GPS: 32°11’49.8″S 18°53’47.5″E


Olympic Race Village

Nuwerust Rest Camp is situated in the Breëkrans river valley, surrounded by majestic southern Cederberg mountains. Sponsored by Olympic, this halfway rest stop is sure to one of the highlights of the route.
Distance from Cape Town: 256 km
GPS: 32°33’42.1″S 19°22’41.1″E


Kaleo Guest Farm

Situated on the edge of the Koue Bokkeveld and the Ceres Valley, the Kaleo Guest Farm is well known for its mountain biking trails.
Distance from Cape Town: 180km
GPS: 33°08’29.1″S 19°22’17.8″E

Get in touch

Contact Us

if you have any questions about the race or you would like to get involved, get in touch using the form, or give us a call.

Pieter Van Wyk
Cell: 082 857 3180

Thank you to our amazing sponsors