• WildWood Cederberg / Tankwa Karoo Caper

    September 28, 2017 Comments (1) Uncategorized

    The Cederberg Conservancy and Tankwa Karoo hosted three days of fantastic adventure motorcycle riding this past weekend. From the fruit farming town of Ceres we headed into the ‘Kouebokkeveld’ (cold goat plains) and Cederberg over gravel mountain passes like ‘Droelands (Dryland), Katbakkies (Cat

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  • KTM Bike Of The Year

    September 12, 2017 Comments (0) Uncategorized

    KTM 1290 Adventure R is officially ‘Bike of the year 2017’. Life is good for the Orange brand and not without good reason. The 2017 range of big bore adventure bikes from KTM have set a new standard, leaving their competitors behind. The only real question the judges needed to answer was should it be

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  • Trailer :Our new 9 bike rig.

    September 6, 2017 Comments (0) Uncategorized

    Proud to announce our new 9 bike trailer is complete and loaded for its first voyage. Our team left for Angola this morning on an eleven day exploratory tour with 10 brave clients. The new rig can comfortably carry 9 full sized bikes with room for some extra gear. This together with the soon to …

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  • Karoo Caper 23 – 25 Sept

    August 29, 2017 Comments (0) Uncategorized

    Karoo Caper We still have a couple of places available for the Sept 23 – 25. From Cape Town return over three days. Two nights guest farm accommodation dinner, bed and breakfast. Real dual sport riding including a dozen classic gravel passes and lesser known remote tracks. The kind of riding that got me hooked

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  • Orange River Wild Ride – (19-25 Jan)

    August 26, 2017 Comments (0) Orange River

    Orange River Wild Ride. 8 day adventure from Cape Town to the Orange (Gariep) River for experienced riders who enjoy it a bit ruff , including confidence riding on sand tracks. The journey north heads through the Cape Winelands over the magnificent Bainskloof Pass, through the Tankwa Karoo to the Orange River via

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  • Himba – My experiences

    August 19, 2017 Comments (0) Uncategorized

    My experience of the  (Himba) OvaHimba- Kaokoland Kaokoland, that north western corner of Namibia has carved a special place in my psyche, for the obvious beauty of the land and especially because of the Himba people that call this area their home. With a population of about only 50000 , this nomadic tribe live

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  • WildWood Karoo Caper – Sept 23-25

    August 17, 2017 Comments (2) Cederberg & Tankwa, Uncategorized

    Karoo Caper. A brand new Karoo route  especially for the September Heritage Day long weekend. 3 Days of challenging riding  including a ‘secret’ special loop on day 2. Tough enough to have some fun but certainly not an extreme ‘break the bike tour’. 2 Nights bed, breakfast and supper in a

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  • Kaokoland (North-West Namibia) April, June and July tours.

    August 11, 2017 Comments (0) Kaokoland-Namibia, Uncategorized

    WildWood has been spending a lot of time in our favorite adventure playground. Three 11 day tours in the area from Windhoek to the Angolan border and the Skeleton Coast, probably the last unspoiled piece of paradise in Southern Africa. I’ve included a collection of images that should set the tone of what to

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  • Video : April 2017 Kaokoland Odyssey

    May 30, 2017 Comments (0) Uncategorized

    Kaokoland Odyssey,  The no.1 motorcycle adventure tour in the world today. Kaokoland is probably the last unspoiled wilderness in Africa. A safe destination with postcard beauty around every turn, filled with abundant free roaming wild game. Meet he amazing (Ova-Himba) Himba people indigenous to the north west of

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  • Eastern Cape Passes Tour – April / May 2017

    May 25, 2017 Comments (2) Uncategorized

    Eastern Cape Passes Tour. An extra long weekend at the end of April was the ideal time for tour to the Eastern Cape mountain passes and even sneak in a whirlwind trip through the ‘World Heritage Baviaanskloof National Park. Poorly maintained (that’s good for adventure biking) mountain passes abound in the

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