Overseas Cycles

Angor Wat to Bangkok

A fascinating adventure, this trip begins in Siem Reap from where we explore Angkor Wat. Then get pedalling over 400kms as the route crosses waterways and rice fields, before heading for Thailand’s lush, green coast. Passing colourful temples and pagodas en route, we ultimately head for the vibrant capital, Bangkok.

Atlas Mountain Bike Challenge

Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains offer a spectacular setting for this cycling challenge. Beginning in bustling Marrakech, the route travels 200kms over dirt roads and steep inclines into the heart of this remote and culturally detached region. The challenge takes place amid the Mgoun Massif, home to the traditional Berber people.

Cuban Revolution Cycle

Welcome to the land of cigars, revolution, Che Guevara and vintage Chevrolets. The Cuban cycle travels from Havana to the exotic Caribbean. We spend 5 days in the saddle, cycling 350kms through beautiful countryside. Outside of Havana vehicles are rare and there is a strong biking culture – so expect to fit right in!

Cycle Burma (Myanmar)

Myanmar (formerly Burma) is a mystical blend of unique culture, regal history, awesome views and a temple-lined landscape. Our challenge sees us tackle approximately 330kms of rural countryside, from the former royal capital Mandalay to Inle Lake. Soak up spectacular sunsets and pass remote villages, before flying to the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon.

Cycle Machu Picchu to the Amazon

Wander through the clouds to discover the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu at 2,430m. The ruins are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and new wonder of the world. The challenge follows a valley which cuts through the Andes, before a thrilling descent into the pristine cloud forest and the rainforest.

Iceland Fire and Ice Cycle Challenge

Iceland is home to some of nature’s most exciting geography, including active volcanoes, glaciers, thundering waterfalls, steaming lava fields, plunging fjords and spouting geysers. Our short but tough biking challenge takes in some of the country’s most stunning and rugged terrain as we cycle past volcanoes, hot springs and bubbling mud pots.

India Golden Triangle Cycle Challenge

Ride through Rajasthan, a region rich in desert landscapes, fantastic wildlife, exquisite forts, and bustling cities. The route begins in Agra, home to the world famous Taj Mahal. From here, the journey offers you a close up view of all Rajasthan has to offer – before ending in the pink city of Jaipur.

Italian Great Lakes Cycle

Explore the two great lakes of Italy on this cycle challenge which takes in the shores of both Lake Como and Lake Garda.  Test your legs on the same roads and climbs as on the Giro d’Italia and take in spectacular scenery.

Kerala Cycle

Prepare to be mesmerised by Kerala. Meaning ‘land of coconuts’, it’s hardly surprising Kerala is almost entirely shaded by a palm canopy. Home to elephants, tea plantations, a world-class cuisine and many adventure travel opportunities, India’s tropical south is the perfect setting for a life-changing adventure.

Kilimanjaro to Ngorongoro Crater Bike Challenge

Cycling across 350 kms of African savannah against the backdrop of Africa’s tallest free-standing mountain, this remarkable adventure takes you from the western edges of Kilimanjaro to the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater, one of the world’s most abundant game reserves. The adventure ends with an optional game drive through the region.

North to South Vietnam Cycle

This cycle ride begins in Hanoi and travels to Saigon. Highlights include ancient tombs at Hué, the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Hoi An and My Son, formerly an Imperial city during the Cham dynasty. Southbound, the route passes miles of beaches and the Marble Mountains.

Paris to Geneva

A wonderful cycling adventure that links the two classic cities Paris and Geneva. We kick
off our challenge by watching the finale of the Tour de France before setting off on our
ride the next day.

Saigon to Angkor Wat Bike Ride

A challenge of great contrasts, this cycling route covers 450kms past plantations, across waterways and through villages in the heart of Vietnam’s Mekong Delta, to the ancient sights of Cambodia. Siem Reap is the overall destination, from where we explore the famous city of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

San Sebastian to Barcelona

The cycle from San Sebastian to Barcelona is a truly classic ride that takes you across the Pyrenees riding between France and Spain. Prepare for a superb variety of scenery and sights along the way including vineyards, famous Tour de France cols, gorges and fabulous rock formations.