Design a Cycle Adventure with SpiceRoads.

September 22, 2015 in Tours by cipcipTrip

SpiceRoads Cycle Tours can help customers design their perfect cycle adventure, whether it is tweaking an existing itinerary, booking a standard tour on a different date or developing something completely unique. All tours are carefully personalized to needs, wishes and budgets.

“Tailor-made tours are not new to SpiceRoads: we have been customizing itineraries and designing specialist tours for many years. To highlight this service we have added holiday examples to our website to provide inspiration to riders for this personalize service,” said Struan Robertson, CEO SpiceRoads Cycle Tours

What type of tours?

Private tours

Design a trip with family or friends: pick the distances, the hotels and include some other activities such as kayaking or ziplining.

Tour ideas:

A family adventure from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi
A Chiang Mai cycling and rafting adventure
A multi-country adventure through Southeast Asia

Cycle clubs

Cycle training and holidaying with club buddies where distances, activity levels or other activities can be custom designed.

Tour ideas:

Ride along the south coast of Thailand
Cycle from the northern tip to the bottom of Sri Lanka
Pre-season hill training in the countryside surrounding Chiang Mai

Charity adventures

Raise funds for a worthy cause while exploring a new country on two-wheels.

Tour ideas:

Biking, riding and trekking adventure across the Mongolian Steppes
Ride from Udon Thani to Chiang Mai
Cycle from the north to the south of Thailand

School camps

They educate kids on local cultures while encouraging fitness and healthy living.

Tour ideas:

Chiang Rai to Chaing Mai school adventure
A countryside ride around Koh Kret
Exploring Bangkok’s “Green Lung” by bicycle

Corporate tours

Connect with work colleagues with a fun corporate team building event specifically for your company.

Tour ideas:

A mountain bike adventure in one of Thailand’s many national parks
An evening ride through the historic sites in Bangkok
Bond while cycling from Bangkok to Phnom Penh

More information on www.spiceroads.com