Fat Attack Beach Trails add value to Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism


Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism (NMBT) has partnered with Red Cherry Adventures to launch an exciting new beach rides experience called the Fat Attack Beach tours.

The fat bike, with larger tyres, is ideal to take on trails and ride on the beach sand to explore the Nelson Mandela Bay coastline.

The Bay is gearing up for the action-packed summer season when tourists and locals will be in search of activities and entertainment for the holidays.

“The call to action for the city to have more product offerings for tourists to enjoy has been heard and this will be the first of many new activities launched in the Bay,” said NMBT CEO, Mandlakazi Skefile.

Nelson Mandela Bay has some of the most beautiful beaches, and the Fat Bike Trail is the best way to get to remote locations.

The trail packages can last from two hours to three days, and can accommodate all levels of skills and fitness. Some of the popular offerings include the 15km Lighthouse trail to Cape Recife and the 12km Sacramento trail.

“The new Red Cherry offering will ensure that tourists are able to engage in inner city activities that will expose them to the most beautiful beaches and combine these excursions with Lighthouse tours and historical meanders,” said Mike Glover, of Red Cherry Adventures.

The Something Good Roadhouse is the starting and ending points for these trails. It makes for the ideal location to fill up before the trail or beat the hunger after a fun ride.

The latest offering from the Roadhouse is their very own Something Good Bru coffee blend.

The Fat Attack tours can accommodate up to 50 people at once allowing for team building and big family celebrations. To book your first Fat Attack beach ride in Nelson Mandela Bay contact team@redcherry or visit www.fatattack.co.za.   

Contact Franchisee Liandé Barnard
Eastern Cape contact number 086 163 6845
Eastern Cape email address exec4@ricochetpublishing.co.za