From Cairo to Cape Town . . . by bike!

On 9 January 2015, the Tour d’Afrique started in Cairo, Egypt. After crossing the African continent from north to south by bike, covering nearly 12,000 km, it finished in Cape Town, South Africa, on 9 May 2015. The Tour d’Afrique is recognised as the world’s longest and most challenging stage race.

A visual documentation: a unique photo album

Among the participants were Hans Versluis and the Spanish photographer Sergio de Arrola. Sergio de Arrola visually documented the Tour d’Afrique. His photos will be published in a book called ‘Rolling Habits Africa’. FP Management BV is supporting the publication of Sergio de Arrola’s book.

Sergio de Arrola’s details

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Order Sergio de Arrola’s unique photo album

‘Rolling Habits Africa’ is Sergio de Arrola’s unique visual documentation of the Tour d’Afrique. This luxurious book with jute hardcover contains 200 pages featuring original, fascinating and intriguing photos.

Rolling Habits Africa | Sergio de Arrola
Jute hardcover | 200 pages | 30 x 20 cm
April 2016

€ 49,95 including shipping in The Netherlands or Belgium.

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