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Chris & Steve Harburn
Chris and Steve Harburn are the owners and founding members of Giba Gorge MTB Park, a subsidiary of Giba Business Park
Thandeka is our office administrator and will be able to assist you with all your enquiries, memberships and party bookings. If you have a general question, please call her
+27 31 769 1419
Wilbur has been involved with Giba for many years and is exceptionally knowledgeable on fauna, flora, nature and the history of the area.
He is the go-to guy for hiking and leads many hikes in Giba and surrounding areas.
Jethro has been involved with Giba since it started, and has played an active role is it’s establishment. He is your ‘go to’ man on all things, and manages all aspects of the park.
certified mountain bike skills instructor and coach
Fiona is a certified UCI Coach and BICP MTB Skills Instructor She is an avid mountain biker and heads up the Giba Gals. You can contact Fiona for skills clinics, one on one skills coaching or mtb rides.
assist park manager
Richard is one of the first faces you will see when entering the trail centre. He can usually be found laughing and chatting to customers .
He is also a very keen hiker.
assist park manager
Senzo is also one of the familiar faces in the trail centre. he is always keen and eager to help customers with all their queries.
Senzo is a keen mountain biker and runs our kids holiday clinics
assist PARK MANAGER
known as Spu.
Spu runs the bike hire and maintenance of the Giba bikes. He can be found at the centre of the trail centre - always wearing a smile and willing to help customers
Falake runs a tight ship out on the trails.
this is the man responsible for our amazing trails. He and his team work endlessly, come rain or shine , so that you can enjoy world class trails !
Guy, Ronnie as most know him, heads up our trail maintenance team.
Ronnie and his team are permanently out on the trails keeping them in top shape
Local Colour Indigenous Gardens heads up our ongoing drive to free Giba of alien invasive plants with the goal of keeping our beloved gorge beautiful, healthy and indigenous. She is often to be found either covered in mud pulling out pesky weeds, or on her bike or horse keeping a beady eye on what’s been sprouting!