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Events found: 9
Sun 19 May 19 Tirana - Tirana Avg. Daily Distance 75km / 45 miles
This cycling holiday begins in the vibrant capital city Tirana. Heading north, we take a dramatic boat trip on the Komani Lake and begin cycling a beautiful mountainous route to Peshkopi following an ancient Roman trade route, the Via Publica. We ride on through gorges and past cascading waterfalls. Our Albanian North to South cycling tour includes a visit to the Macedonian UNESCO World Heritage town of Ohrid, (City of Lights) before riding around the lake towards Pogradec and back into the Albanian mountains, heading southward to Korçë. Korçë has Illyrian and Ottoman historical roots and close to the Greek border, this is Albania's cultural capital, with a traditional bazaar and a museum of medieval art.
Sat 25 May 19 Tongue Village Hall - Tongue Village Hall 63 miles; 48 miles
Cycling in the Straths will return on 25th May 2019; are you up for the challenge?
Join us from Saturday 25th May for a fun filled weekend of cycling and Mackay Country hospitality.
For the main cycling event on Saturday choose from two routes which will take you through some of the most beautiful countryside in the World.
The longest route, the Strathnaver Challenge, will take cyclists on a 63-mile trip. Leaving Tongue riders will head east to Bettyhill before heading inland through Strathnaver to Altnaharra, along Strathmore before heading back to Tongue.
The Ben Hope Trial is shorter but still a challenging 48-miles with riders starting and finishing in Tongue on a circuit via Altnaharra and Strathmore.
Although the event will be timed, it is not a race. Both routes will give riders a challenge with plenty of opportunity to demonstrate cycling skills and stamina. It is expected that both routes will be completed in 6 hours.
Following the days cycling event cyclists can enjoy live music in the Ben Loyal Hotel from 9pm.
All profits from Cycling in the Straths will be used to help local communities and causes throughout Mackay Country.
Now open for online entries here. Early bird £25 until January 2019.
Sat 08 Jun 19 EDF Renewables, Alexander House, Rainton Bridge Business Park, 1 Mandarin Rd, Houghton le Spring - Canongate Kirk,153 Canongate, Edinburgh Day 1: 111 miles | Day 2: 105 miles
When: 8-9 June 2019
What: A two-day road cycling event
Where: Durham to Edinburgh, UK
Distance: 216 miles (you can choose to cycle the whole route or form a relay team)
Registration fee: £99 (early bird offer valid until 31 Jan 2019)
Minimum fundraising pledge: £500 (per participant)
2 DAYS, 11 WIND FARMS, 216 MILES
Earth Wind & Tyre is a two-day, 216-mile, wind-themed cycle challenge. Now in its fifth year, this event brings together teams and individuals from across the renewable energy industry and beyond to raise funds for Renewable World's work.
In celebration of clean energy, the route passes by 11 iconic wind farms as it winds its way up from Durham to Edinburgh. With leg-testing climbs and euphoric views, it’s a truly spectacular event for all involved.
To find out more and to sign up, visit our website: http://renewable-world.org/events/earth-wind-and-tyre/
Sun 28 Jul 19 Phnom Penh - Banteay Srey Average daily distance is 52km/ 32 miles
Bicycle is the main means of transport to many in Cambodia, so the redspokes cycling holiday is an ideal opportunity 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 itinerary consists of approximately 653km of cycling. 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.
Sun 18 Aug 19 Siem Reap - Ho Chi Ming City Avg. Daily Distance 50 / 31
Beginning with the ancient Khmer temples of Siem Reap and ending in the buzzing modernity of Ho Chi Minh City, our Mekong Delta tour takes you from historic culture to contemporary Saigon living.
Our Angkor to Ho Chi Minh cycle rise is a journey through rual landscapes and riverside communities. We will see history marked by traces of Pol Pot atrocities in Cambodian and Vietnamese killing fields and Cu Chi underground tunnels used during the first Indochina and American wars.
We have a day to enjoy the splendor of elegant Phnom Penh take a boat trip to Chau Doc discovering the Mekong 'rice bowl' of Vietnam, comprising 9 sprawling rivers where floating markets offer an abundance of fruit and vegetables from orchards paddy fields and swamp lands. Riding on we encounter wildlife, local cottage industries and minority cultures.
Sat 31 Aug 19 Dehli - Leh Avg. Daily Distance 65km / 40 miles
redspokes Indian Himalayas cycling holiday from Manali to Leh begins in the fertile greenery of Kullu Valley, from here we traverse a high altitude desert to reach the isolated mountainous Ladakh region, so remote and stark it is barely populated.
The redspokes journey is one of the most demanding mountain bike tours in the world offering extreme challenges and rewards through the very heart of the Himalayas. You will encounter sacred and spiritual landmarks in this celestial landscape on some of the finest roads an adventure cyclist could wish for, riding switchback after switchback for hours on end, ascending into the thin air at an altitude of 5,000 m.
We transfer by road from Delhi to Manali via Mandi and spend a couple of days acclimatising. Situated at 1,950m (6,398 ft) Manali is an interesting hill station in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh and a popular tourist destination during the summer months. Our cycling route from Manali to Leh in Ladakh covers 476km (296 miles) over 8 days and takes us over five major passes, two of which are above 5000m (16,400ft). An old trading route and described as a 'highway', the Manali to Leh road is extremely narrow in places. For much of the year it is closed due to extreme weather conditions.
Sat 05 Oct 19 Tirana / Pogradec - Tirana Avg. Daily Distance 75km / 46 miles
Albania offers exciting and relatively unchartered cycle routes and temperate weather conditions with a Mediterranean climate in the lowlands second only to Spain in annual sunshine quotas. Whilst cycling through unparalleled natural panoramas you'll enjoy traditional Albanian hospitality, wonderful cuisine, a colourful blend of eastern and western influences and have opportunities to discover the country's rich history and culture. Albania is fast growing in popularity as a cycling holiday destination. Take the opportunity to visit now.
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.
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!