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In Sofiane Sehili’s latest video, he documents his ride in the inaugural Rhino Run, a self-supported race that’s nearly 3,000 kilometers long and traverses Africa’s western cape. It was his final race of the year, and he nearly found his limits. Watch it here…
Last October, Sofiane Sehili took part in the inaugural edition of the Rhino Run, a 2,700-kilometer bikepacking race from Plettenberg Bay, South Africa, to Windhoek, Namibia. It was the last race of Sofiane’s incredibly successful and exhausting season after winning the Tour Divide and Silk Road Mountain Race, among others. As Sofiane put it, “Ultra-cycling is always about gaging your limits. And, it seems, somewhere in South Africa, I found mine.” Watch the video below and then scroll down for some relevant links documenting his accomplishments last year.
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