GPS Navigation

It is recommended that riders use a GPS device as there will be limited marking on the tracks.

Most of the tracks are very visible once they are on the sections, but there will be turns and cattle paths that may not be that clear.

You must also keep a good eye out for signage where the path splits for the Long and the Short rides.

For this year we will use GPS Navigation again, and we have teamed up with EasyBike to make sure you have the best GPS experience.

Our GPS Gurus

EasyBike will be our GPS information and support gurus. They will be able to answer questions leading up to the event, at registration and during the event. If you have any questions, you can also email them directly on sales@easybike.co.za

They are also retail experts and have a wide range of GPS units available to fit everyone’s budget. To see their offering visit www.easybike.co.za or email sales@easybike.co.za them for incredible Drak Descent offers.

GPS stands for Global Positioning System. This incredible system of navigation has made the Drak Descent a better event. It is tried and tested and it is so easy to use!

Our route and single-track will still be prepared 110% for happiness but now riders will feel a sense of adventure using their GPS.

You will be able to show friends and family exactly where you have ridden, what your stats were, etc.

It ensures riders slow down and smell the cow poo as they cross this great county.

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