Looking good, let’s take a look at some of the Big Mountain Country since 2018.
Custom built single trails flowing through Cannibal Ridge. A portion of single trail historically known for the cannibals who once lived here.
Leaving the picturesque village of Clarens behind you on your way to the Ash River Express.
Day 2 is known for it's ridiculously high speeds on the way out to the Ash River Express.
Cover 8km along the majestic Ash River Express.
The longest hill on Day One, affectionately known as the "No O2 Climb" leads you 3km up hill right up to the Lesotho border. The views make it worth every drop of sweat.
Coming down from 2150m above sea level.
The road to being on top of the world is not easy, but it is worth it. You just have to get through sniper ridge 1st.
Ready to roll, the pro's lineup on the start line ready to dominate.
Always remember to take a look around, the scenery is worth stopping and taking a breather.
Take in the sites from Castle Drop on Day One of the Amohela.
One of the most recognizable features of Clarens is the Titanic Rock that looms over the village. Thaba e Kholo riders are spoilt to 16km of single trail from the top down.
A rare glimpse of the route flattening out.
Leaving the village of Clarens directly behind, our race winner set's off in a solo breakaway on day one.
Get some real horse power on route as you head through the Bokpoort Horse Ranch.