Bike Tours, Trips, Coast to Coast Cycling Adventures

Bike Tours and Cycling Adventures

Vietnam to Cambodia Cycling Adventure

Experience an incredible cultural journey as you pedal 450kms off the beaten track to immerse yourself in the rawness and beauty of Vietnam and Cambodia. Pedal to the rhythms of the mighty Mekong, witness the local way of life, experience the warmth and friendliness of the country’s rural hospitality. Arrive in Siem Reap near the Western Gate of Angkor Wat to behold sun set over sugar palm trees marking a memorable finish.

Coast to Coast Cycling Challenge

Take on this classic 2-day Great British cycling journey covering some of Northern England’s most rugged and spectacular scenery from coast to coast. From the Irish Sea, across the Lake District, the North Pennines and Hadrian’s Wall to finish at the North Sea. Conquer great hill climbs and sweeping descents. Test your mettle on this tough yet thrilling challenge supported by our experienced and friendly bike crew.

Top to Tail Wales Cycling Adventure

NEW TRIP: Branch out and discover an entire country from a new vantage as you pedal from the top to tail of Wales. This tough two-wheeled journey traverses the country’s most mountainous landscapes from the Brecon Beacons to Snowdonia but the support of your crew and fellow team-mates will see you experience the wonders of Wales in a new and authentic way. We look forward to welcoming you to our homeland of Wales. There’s a warm welcome waiting.

Top to Tail Sri Lanka Cycling Challenge

NEW TRIP: Exploring on two wheels is the best way to experience this beautiful country and the way of life of its friendly people. Journey from north to south Sri Lanka through ancient cities, Anuradhapura and the fortress at Sigiriya, the towns of Kandy and Udawalawe National Park where the ever-changing scenery makes for an amazing cycling trip. Finish on the beautiful beaches of the south coast.

Costa Rica Coast to Coast Adventure

Costa Rica Coast to Coast. Bike it. Hike it. Raft it. Paddle it! Now’s your chance to embark on this exciting self-powered journey as you bike, hike and paddle 250km across this diverse country from the Pacific to the Caribbean. Through thriving jungles, over the impressive Continental Divide – backbone of the Americas, along the beautiful Pacuare River, into remote & friendly mountain villages and out to the other side to the Caribbean Sea.

London to Paris Cycling Challenge

Take on this iconic 300 mile cycling challenge from capital to capital. From the picturesque English countryside to the quiet French country lanes, rolling green hills of Northern France, passing the war memorials and cemeteries of the Somme. A spectacular finish awaits with the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs Elysées, before the finish at the Eiffel Tower. The days in the saddle may be long but the euphoric finish of your two-wheeled journey marks a huge sense of achievement.

Snowdon Bike and Hike

Bike it. Hike it! Journey from Snowdonia’s Sea to Summit under your own steam. Starting from the historic walled town of Conwy, cycle along the North Wales coastline before heading inland through the beautiful countryside of Snowdonia National Park. Then swap your bike for boots to summit the highest mountain in England and Wales. Snowdon’s summit will reward you with 360° views of neighbouring jagged mountains.

Lands End to John O’Groats Cycle (LEJOG)

The ultimate Great British cycling challenge is the only way to describe our Lands End to John O’Groats epic ride. Just about every cyclist should make this journey at least once in their lifetime. This fully supported two-wheeled journey allows you to soak up some of the best countryside that the British Isles have to offer. Are you ready to roll?

Ireland’s Ancient East Coast Cycling Adventure

Ride the ancient East Coast of Ireland from Dublin, through the picturesque Wicklow Mountains, historic small towns and medieval streets and the stunning Nore Valley. Taking in Kilkenny the circular route then winds its way back through the green Irish countryside to return to Dublin to celebrate your achievement of pedalling 245 miles.