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800km, 16 Days, 50K a Day
The 50K a Day Fatbike Challenge started off by pure chance.  
Wild TV Africa became the media and TV partner for the “Man vs Beast” event between Alexander Bay and Cape Town. Group CEO, Dewald Visser, decided to join the two Ultra Marathon athletes and 3 horse riders on this epic journey. Only difference is he did it on a Stealth Carbon Fatbike, while he followed the race to Cape Town as a solo rider, getting some great TV footage as part of the TV production.  
Not even a weekend warrior, by his own standards, the 50km per day for 16 days in a row, proved to be the ultimate challenge for the 46 year old adventure and outdoor lifestyle enthusiast.  
Join him, even if it’s only on Facebook, as they raise funds for a very worthy cause. 

The 50 K A DAY TV production will be broadcasted on Wild TV Africa at the end of January, be sure not to miss this epic TV adventure. 

To get involved with your very own 50K A Day, please
The Inaugural 50K a Day Fatbike Challenge started on 1 December 2015, deep in the restricted diamond mining area of Alexander Bay in the Northern Cape and finished a gruelling 800km down the coast in Bloubergstrand on 16 December 2015.  
The 50K a Day Adventure formed part of filming the Man vs Beast Challenge that covered the same distance as part of their fundraising efforts for the Miles for Smiles campaign.  
The solo Fatbike rider, as well as the two ultra- marathon athletes and the 3 horse riders had to cover at least 50km every day to be able to get to Cape Town by 16 December. The back-up crew travelled with 4x4 vehicles just off the beach and set up rest areas and overnight spots for the athletes.  
This was a camping adventure with no running water or any form of electricity. Outdoor cooking and braai was the main source of cooking with a perfect view over the ocean and the spectacle of stars in the dark sky.  
All the funds raised by the 50K a Day and the Man vs Beast Challenge will be donated to the two charities of choice.  
Miles for Smiles and Saving the Survivors. 

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