Chapman's Peak is the name of a mountain on the western side of the Cape Peninsula, about 15 kilometres south of Cape Town, South Africa. It is opposite the inlet on which the town of Hout Bay is centered.

Chapman's Peak Drive, Western Cape Peninsula, south of Cape Town, South Africa by Guy Lerner

Chapman's Peak

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Argus Cycle Tour – Cape Town - One of the biggest cycle races in the world (in terms of participants).

The official guide on things to do, sites to see, where to eat and the best places to stay in Cape Town.

The Cape Argus Cycle Race, (Cape Town, South Africa). It is the World's largest individually timed cycle race. 35000 cyclists from all over the world take part.The Argus covers 109 km of some of the most scenic spots on the planet.

get fit and do the Cape Argus Cycle Tour (Cape Town, South Africa). It is the World's largest individually timed cycle race. 35000 cyclists from allover the world cycles.The Cycle Tour represents 109 km of some of the most scenic spots in the world.

South Africa: Cape Argus Cycle Tour - The Largest participation cycling event in the world!

South Africa: Cape Argus Cycle Tour - The Largest participation cycling event in the world! Velotex proud to be their apparel partner.

Cyclists riding along Chapman's Peak

One of South Africa’s largest sporting events, the Cape Town Cycle Tour (formerly known as the Cape Argus Cycle Tour) will take place on Sunday, 12 March

Cape Argus cycle race, with Cape Town stadium in the back ground

See the best pics from the 2013 Cape Argus Pick 'n Pay Cycle Tour.

South Africa is home to the world’s largest individually timed cycle race (the Cape Argus Cycle Race the world’s largest open water swim (the Midmar Mile) & the world’s largest ultra-marathon (the Comrades Marathon)

Bicycle Rentals The Best Choice For Your Two Wheel Adventures In Cape Town

Cyclists with a view of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Table Mountain

Cyclists with a view of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Table Mountain

Tyler Day from Team Bonitas, winner of the 2011 Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour, crosses the finish line

Tyler Day from Team Bonitas, winner of the 2011 Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour, crosses the finish line

The start line at the 1978 Cycle Tour where the field consisted of only two groups

The start line at the 1978 Cycle Tour where the field consisted of only two groups

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