The Munga Grit

THE MORE YOU PUT IN THE BETTER IT FEELS WHEN YOU REACH THE END

FOR THE TOUGH, BY THE TOUGH

The Munga Grit is a complex, intricate and compelling event, made possible only through the contribution of many sponsors. Without the brands below, it would simply be a great idea! Thank you everyone that is part of this incredible team!


Bitstamp

Bitstamp is the world's longest-standing bitcoin exchange. With a proven track record and mature approach to the industry, Bitstamp is home to over four million traders around the world. With advanced tools for experienced traders and military-grade security of assets, the exchange offers the highest standards of service in the crypto industry. And for those just getting started, Bitstamp offers a simple web page and mobile app that will get you started with crypto in no time. To trade bitcoin and other top cryptocurrencies, visit bitstamp

Drilling & Blasting

Drilling and Blasting Company (DBC) offers drilling and blasting services in the opencast mining arena, prides itself in delivering and offering safe, cost effective, and efficient broken rock.


doolhof

The Estate lies between Bain’s Kloof and the Groenberg Mountain Range. The result is soils that are finer, more balanced and deeper than in the surrounding countryside with clay content evenly distributed. A combination of Malmesbury shale, homogenic Glenrosa and Clovelly soils ensure that the roots are able to descend to four metres or beyond.

While Doolhof has more than adequate irrigation, natural water retention is also very good, without any sign of permanent dampness. While the shape and exposure (topography) of the various parts of the Doolhof Estate allow for several distinct microclimates, generally, Doolhof experiences cooler winters and moderate summers compared with the Wellington norm.

Roughly 40 of the farm’s 380 hectares are planted to vine. Soils, growing conditions and microclimates vary considerably across this large expanse (which reaches up into Bain’s Kloof), and each grape varietal is faithfully wedded to its ideal terroir. Two white varietals, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, are grown, with a substantial number of reds. They include Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Merlot, Pinotage and Shiraz. The white varietals are planted on the eastern slopes of the Groenberg, which allow the grapes cooler days and less direct sunlight. The late sunrise and early sunset also allow for a longer ripening process, enhancing the elegance of the award winning wines.

Bidon Bistron

Set within the iconic Cradle of Mankind just outside of Johannesburg, Bidon Bistro is a roadside country restaurant that will take you on a culinary adventure that will captivate all of your senses.

Come and enjoy the amazing vistas, fresh Country air, friendly service and food that is classy, elegant and packed full of flavour.

Witness the start and finish of the Munga Grit whilst enjoying country cuisine at it's best