Forming the perfect setting for the South African biker community to network and exchange ideas, the South Coast Bike Fest #SCBF2017 is hosting a VIP Presidents’ Meet and Greet evening on Friday 28 April at the Margate Hotel Pool Deck.
“The bike fest is focused on providing a fun environment where people can enjoy quality food, music and all things bike-related,” said event organiser, Vicky Wentzel. “But more than this, the bike fest is a fantastic opportunity for the various biking clubs to get together, share stories and generally exchange useful information about the various aspects of biking.”
To further facilitate the joining of the biking communities, the South Coast Bike Fest is hosting the VIP Presidents’ Meet and Greet, allowing attendees to relax over a beer while enjoying a catered spitbraai.
All South African biking club presidents are invited to attend; however, space is limited to 500 people so everyone is encouraged to RSVP as soon as possible.
The following Saturday, 29 April, the South Coast Bike Fest will be hosting the meeting of the South African National Biking Council Alliance (SANBCA) which is held every few months. Here, 13 council members from biking clubs extending from KwaZulu-Natal to Cape Town will meet to discuss any matters relating to biking within the country.
All representatives attending the council meeting will also be in attendance at the VIP Presidents’ Meet and Greet.
Set in an extended event site on the stunning KwaZulu-Natal coastal town of Margate, the inaugural South Coast Bike Fest boasts a number of top quality entertainment and biking displays, expertly organised and secured for the biking community and beyond, free of charge.
The #freefunseeker Beachfront Boulevard has a variety of dealership decks, a Classic Bike Museum, Mardi Gras Market, Village Square Trading area and Pop Up Food Village. The event site also gives visitors the option of 8 festival bars, 12 food trucks as well as onsite eateries and pubs.
In addition, the #freefunseeker pass provides access to the Village Pier Rock Stage where South African musicians the Hairy Legged Lentil Eaters, Hinds Brothers, Circle of Stones and Phil Moffet, among others, will perform crowd favourites.
For those looking for even more musical entertainment, it’s worth investing in the #fuelyourfun tickets which access the Carling Main Beach Stage. PJ Powers, Koos Kombuis, Jack Parow, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Gangs of Ballet, Jack Hammer Band, Fokofpolisiekar, Tender Mavundla, Rubber Duc, Matthew Mole, Just Jinjer, the Kickstands, Prime Circle and Freshly Ground – and more – will put on a rocking performance during the four-day festival.
High-octane action will be taking place at the Experiential Energy Zone where the epic Powasol EnduroX Series introduces the country’s top enduro, motocross, trials and fun riders. The Gravity Clash Action Sport’s Show will see the most daring bikers putting on high-skilled performances using skateboards, BMX, FMX and trials bikes. The Dezzi South Coast Raceway will also be putting on the Dezzi Festival of Speed featuring high-speed biking action by top-level riders.
All bikes are welcome at the South Coast Bike Fest and entrance to the four-day event is free provided pre-registration for the #freefunseeker tickets is completed at www.quicket.co.za.
Tickets to the #fuelyourfun Carling Main Beach Stage are also available at www.quicket.co.za at a cost of R130 per day or R200 for the cocktail bar day pass. For a VIP four-day pass the cost is R360. Children under 12 enter free.
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