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The program features 100 cycling days, averaging 115 km each, broken up by 20 rest days and sightseeing. Support trucks will collect and pack equipment and travel ahead to set up camp.


Individual entry fees are $8,000 U.S, which will cover your basic needs throughout the tour. Participants will be responsible for their own transportation to and from Africa.


Those who complete the event will savor the triumph of conquering the longest and most difficult bike race in the history of sport. Commemorative festivities, special medals await victorious cyclists. We look forward to celebrating with you.



The Tour d'Afrique is designed as the ultimate challenge, both physically and mentally. However anyone who is adventurous and are in excellent physical condition may participate. The tour includes 20 days of rest -- or two days of rest for every 10 days of riding.


A typical riding day will begin at 7:30 AM. By then, you will have packed your tent and gear, loaded your water bottles ready for the start signal. You can store any gear you do not need during the day on one of the support trucks.


At each day's end, the trucks will be at the campsite with your equipment. You will then need to set up your tent and we will prepare your meal



The Tour d'Afrique 2005 route will be very similar to the 2004 route. The tour will begin on January 15th, 2005 at the Giza Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt and will end on May 14th, 2005 in Cape Town, South Africa. It will consist of 100 days of cycling and 20 days of rest.

The countries are as follows: Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa


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