The Stoke

It’s all the Lesotho Sky stoke on one page.

The Lesotho Sky is a sacred mountain bike experience for many riders who return each year to fall in love with mountain biking again. It’s a true ride of passage for any person who longs for old school MTB. We don’t build little bridges or manicure any trails. Riding takes place on ancient trails made by rural life in Africa and Mother Nature.

Read all about the Lesotho Sky Highlights and other race stories on our Blog and enjoy these Stoke-loaded videos and galleries.


The Blog

  • E-Bike? Yes baby!

    Yes, you can race Lesotho Sky 2019 on an E-bike!   Hate going up, but love coming down? We’ve got good news. After numerous requests, we’ve given in to the growing demand for an e-bike stage race category. Now we know that some of the......

  • Adventures on a Silverback in Lesotho – Day 6

    Day 6 – Hail To the Howes Today was the best mountain trails I’ve ever been on and the first time this week that I felt one with the bike. I’m surprised that it took me a while to get used to the feel of......

  • Race Report: Lesotho Sky 2018 – Day 6

    Lesotho Sky Day 6 – Rocking Roma We finished the 8th edition of Lesotho Sky on a high, literally. This stage’s route took riders all the way up to the top of Thaba Chitja to ride the most epic contour trails. The first 8km was......

  • Adventures on a Silverback in Lesotho – Day 5

    Day 5 – The silent trek to Roma Have you noticed how quiet people get when they ride far and long? When they start off, it’s usually in a chatter, but as the road gets longer and the climbs steeper, your bike takes you beyond......

  • Race Report: Lesotho Sky 2018 – Day 5

    Lesotho Sky Day 5 – Malealea to Roma Day 5 was a true old school mountain bike day, with a strong dose of new school right at the end. We found a new route to bring riders into Roma, which included a bit of hike-a-bike......

  • Adventures on a Silverback in Lesotho – Day 4

    Day 4 – Malealea Monster Where did your bike take you today? Mine took me on an epic roundtrip in Malealea, Lesotho. Today’s route piggybacked on an established Lesotho mountainbike event, called the Malealea Monster.  It’s a 55km route that loops in a figure eight......



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