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Events found: 10
Sat 21 Dec 19 Medellin - Bogotá Average 56km per day
Colombia is one of South America's most beautiful but least-visited countries. The Colombian passion for cycling is on a par with the nation’s love of football, making it a fantastic destination for the intrepid cyclist.
Now that Colombia is opening up as a travel destination, you have the chance to explore this hidden South American gem. The redspokes Colombia cycling holiday begins in Medellin (the city of eternal Spring) taking you on a cycle ride of challenging long mountain climbs and dramatic Andean scenery to reach lively high altitude capital Bogota; the city that never sleeps.
Between these two vibrant Colombian destinations we cycle through an amazing variety of landscapes, sights and cultures characterised by the lush verdant hillsides of the coffee district. We cycle the Altro de Letras; reputedly the world's longest road and ride right off the beaten track to discover the Colombian countryside. With a history of European colonialism and a troubled era of political struggles and drug wars, modern Colombia has moved on from the past, striving for a new future and now welcomes visitors.
Sun 22 Dec 19 Yangon - Yangon Average 76km per day
The tour combines the highlights of Myanmar’s cultural and geographical wonders.
Our cycling begins with a ride along picturesque road. We visit the Pindaya Caves; a magnificent Buddhist pilgrimage site with over 8 000 statues, located within limestone ridge. Many legends are told about the caves including a tale of seven princesses bathing in a lake, who were captured by a giant spider and trapped in the cave only to be rescued by Prince Kummabhaya of Yawnghwe. Our holiday continues as we cycle along a rural inland route through forested areas of banana and coconut trees and farmland with a wide variety of crops from rice fields to peanuts, sesame and peas to reach the mighty volcanic Mount Popa. You can ascend all 777 steps to the summit to experience panoramic views, sacred symbolism as you mingle amongst pilgrims and encounter the local population of monkeys.
We cycle on to reach the ancient holy city of Bagan. Set on the banks of the Irrawaddy River over 2000 temples spread across the plain. Dating back to the 11th Century, Bagan is one of the world's most significant historic and religious sites and the former capital of the ancient Kingdom of Pagan. Here you can explore the many stupas, the old town, Nyaung Oo Market and the shimmering Shwezigon Pagoda.
We return to Yangon for the penultimate day of redspokes Classic Burma holiday and there is time this afternoon to see more of the city. You will be left with lasting memories of Myanmar culture, rural landscapes and intriguing cities.
Sun 22 Dec 19 Frutillar - Conguillio National Park Avg. Daily Distance 70km / 45 miles
redspokes Patagonian Lake District cycling holiday is a journey through one of the most magnificent landscapes in the world.This spectacular area, featuring both strong European influences and indigenous cultures, spans 300km from north to south and overlaps the dramatic Andean Mountain range between Chile and Argentina.
Sun 22 Dec 19 Phnom Penh - Siem Reap Average 60km per day
Bicycle is the main means of transport to many in Cambodia, so the redspokes cycling holiday is the perfect way to experience the country's rich culture and varied way of life.
Our Cambodia bicycle holiday offers a broad insight into this exotic, mystical and hugely diverse country. The tour begins in capital city, Phnom Penh where you will have your first encounter with Khmer culture and enjoy touches of the French colonial past. You have time to explore some of the city's splendid historic buildings and markets. Visit the sumptuous Silver Pagoda with 5000 silver floor tiles, or the Throne Hall in the Royal Complex and the ancient Wat Phnom temple. The city's Psar Tuol Tom Pong (Russian Market) and the art-deco Psar Thmei (Central Market) offer opportunities to practise your bartering skills. During the tour we will also witness traces of the more recent turmoil of the killing fields with time to visit the S21 museum.
In the south you will have time to enjoy the coast and sandy beaches. We travel towards Kep, cycling through salt and pepper country and take a break from our bicycles for a boat trip to Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island), a lush tropical island with stunning white sand in the Gulf of Thailand.
Back on the bikes, our Cambodian cycling tour continues as we cycle to the undiscovered north east. Beginning with a stunning bike ride along the banks of the Mekong River. Prepare to be over-awed by the religious splendour of the temples at Angkor as you witness an unforgettable sunrise. We explore the countryside around Siem Reap before our cycling ends. Cambodia has been described as a beguiling country of great contradictions. The redspokes cycle holiday combines history, tourism, and a view of the true Khmer lifestyle.
The itinerary consists of approximately 653km of cycling. Unusually for redspokes, the terrain in general is not hilly but the bike riding is varied. Many of Cambodia's roads are now well surfaced but in the more remote areas we will encounter rougher conditions and cycle on dirt tracks.
Sat 02 May 20 Grand Canyon - Las Vegas 335
Join #TeamGenesis and take on the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas Cycle challenge
Be a part of the incredible #TeamGenesis and cycle with amazing people just like you. By signing up for this challenge you will be helping us fund vital medical research into infertility, miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. With your support Genesis Research Trust can prevent these tragedies from happening – so join #TeamGenesis and pedal for research!
Sun 03 May 20 Impington Village College - Impington Village College 100 miles
Starting and finishing on the outskirts of Cambridge, the 100 mile route will take you through some of Cambridgeshire and Norfolk's most beautiful countryside. Highlights include Thetford Forest and Ely Cathedral. Plenty of refreshment stops along the way makes this a great day's cycling with the opportunity to raise sponsorship for your chosen charity.
Sun 03 May 20 Impington Village College - Impington Village College 60 and 35 miles
Starting and finishing on the outskirts of Cambridge, the 35 and 60 mile routes will take you through some of Cambridgeshire's most beautiful countryside. Highlights include Wicken Fen Nature Reserve on the shorter route and Ely Cathedral on the 60 miler. Plenty of refreshment stops along the way makes this a great day's cycling.
Sun 31 May 20 The Forum - Norwich Lower School 100 miles
The Original Century ride returns for it's 26th year! Norfolk is a fantastic place to cycle, varied countryside, quiet roads and not as flat as you think. Starting from City Hall the ride takes in the edge of the Broads, Horsey Mill, the coast and hills on the way to Cley, then back past Blickling Hall before a triumphant return with the backdrop of the Cathedral.
Music, beer tent and food at the Finish, and signed routes, GPX mapping, cycle mechanics, pick-up vehicles, medics and refreshment stops around the beautiful Norfolk countryside.
Sun 31 May 20 The Forum - Norwich Lower School 60 and 30 miles
Returning for it's 26th year with the best cycling in Norfolk the 57 mile route heads past the Broads to Horsey Mill by the coast, while the 28 mile ride visits Ranworth and crosses Horning Ferry (your rider number is your ticket for the ferry!), then all rides share the Finish in Norwich with live music, beer tent and food close to the Cathedral.
Sun 26 Jul 20 Lee Valley Leisure Centre - Jesus Green 60 miles
Sign up to this amazing summer ride and enjoy a fantastic day out with thousands of fellow cyclists
Covering 60 miles from Pickett’s Lock in north London to the new Finish at Jesus Green in the heart of Cambridge, the route winds through the peaceful country lanes of Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, with refreshment stops along the way to keep you fuelled and refreshed.