Motorbike riders in Cape Town will get the chance to race around the track at Killarney for one day this month.

Motorbike fans taking flights to Cape Town could be planning to hire a bike when they arrive in the city in order to take part in the forthcoming All Bike Race Day.

Held at the Killarney Raceway, the date is the only day of the year when motorbike riders are able to take to the track.

Taking place this year on January 28th, there are a wide number of events taking place across the day to attract all riders.

A race for female only riders is held, as well as a lunchtime race for cyclists, proving that the day really is an event for all bikes.

But if you would prefer to sit and watch rather than taking part in any of the races, spectator tickets are available for the day.

People taking flights to Cape Town who wish to do something more cultured during their stay could be interested in heading to the Shakespeare in the Park event.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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