Virtual InSAnity, in partnership with FulGaz, is excited to unveil the virtual Tour of South Africa, a free event commencing on the 13 November for all FulGaz subscribers. 

This Tour is features a set of five exotic rides through South Africa that will transport you instantly to the continent in what is one of the most picturesque series on FulGaz. 

All expertly filmed in beautiful 4K, there is a varied mix of terrains, scenery, and technical sections to keep you glued to your screens- and motivated.

This event features FOUR yet to be released rides that will be available only to event entrants for early access. Be careful, the wildlife aren’t always friendly with roadside rhinos, gawking giraffes and even a lounging lion can be spotted in the distance.​​


All rides will be available in a single drop, with groups rides for key stages and are free to all FulGaz subscribers. Riders have just 10 days to complete the challenge between 13-23 November. 

Coast to Coast - NEW

This journey in begins just outside the small village of Betty’s Bay, a small coastal holiday town situated in the Overberg region of South Africa. It is located 100 km from Cape Town beneath the steep Koegelberg Mountain ranges.

This scenic ocean ride from Betty’s Bay to Gordons Bay is breathtaking, offering a variety of beaches, mountain ranges, and sublime summer playgrounds. This is a road not often traveled and truly one of South Africa’s best-kept secrets.


Aquila Game Drive - NEW

Take a ride with us through Aquila Game Reserve.
The reserve is situated in a valley between the Langeberg and the Outeniqua Mountains in the Karoo, the 10,000-hectare conservancy has evolved to become home of the Big five – elephant, lion, buffalo, rhino and leopard – as well as a significant amount of other wild game, which roam freely on the reserve. 

This isn’t your standard ride, keep an eye out for the wild animals as you g on safari through the park. 



Table Mountain - NEW

Warm up the legs by starting at Mouille Point Lighthouse and enjoy the view along Seapoint and the famous Camps Bay.

In Camps Bay, you will turn to tackle Table Mountain via “The Glen” – short, steep, and sweet. Continue the climb to the Lion’s Head lookout over Table Bay. Majestic view of Table Mountain, Table Bay and the city will make you forget about the meters you just climbed.


Hermanus Township & Trials

Featuring a mix of gravel, road and climbing, this route starts off in the seaside town of Hermanus.

With only one set of traffic lights to navigate, you’re sure to get some quality riding in, all whilst being relatively close to the inner Bayside suburbs.


Queen stage: Golden Gate Pass - NEW

 Located just on the border of Lesotho,  the Golden Gate Highlands National Park is a stunning ride, filled with rich golden scenery. 

This ride was filmed on an MTB, so while the run time is along, the roadies will be able to knock this stage out quickly but make sure you bring your climbing legs. 


About the Tour’s charity Partner, Headway

Headway Gauteng is a non-profit organisation dedicated to offering various support programs to adult survivors of brain injury (BI) and their families.

The vast majority of their injured members have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a result of a motor vehicle accident, sporting (cycling) accident or assault. They also assist survivors of acquired brain injuries such as stroke. All of the charities members have led a full life up until the brain injury, which has caused permanent changes to physical, cognitive, emotional and behavioral processes.

Many of their members cannot afford the costly therapy that comes with sustaining the trauma that they have experienced.

Headway is a unique organisation that provides a stigma-free environment where persons with brain injury, as well their families, can gain access to therapy, acceptance, comfort and emotional security, in order to become confident and competent to the fullest extent of their abilities. The support of our donors is paramount to achieving this.

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