Tag: Cycling Adventure

Cycling Adventure Tour

Do you want to try something new on your next holiday? What about an adventure tour? It’s exciting and fun. Adventure tours are for those who enjoy excitement. They allow you to make new friends, share in the camaraderie of others, try different foods, and experience other cultures. Adventure tours can be booked for groups or individuals and include activities such as fishing, whitewater rafting (sailing), surfing, scuba/snorkeling hiking, mountain climbing, biking, and many other outdoor activities in some of the most beautiful parts of the world. Extreme adventure tours include skydiving, zero-gravity space adventures and covert operations adventure.

Many companies offer adventure tours. Most people will choose the type of adventure tour that suits their interests and passions. It would be a waste of our time to sign up for an adventure tour we don’t like. Next, consider whether you are physically and mentally fit to undertake the adventure. To survive and complete the tour successfully, you must be fit. You would suffer during an adventure tour if you weren’t fit enough.

Red Spokes is a company that organizes adventure cycling tours. It is located in the United Kingdom. Red Spokes is a specialist in small group cycling tours to remote areas of the globe. Their countries of interest include exotic Tibet, Thailand and Laos, China. Imagine yourself cycling in stunning scenery from Lhasa to Kahtmandu on the Tibetan Plateaus. This is an unforgettable adventure cycling experience. Peru Adventure includes a 2100m descent down El Misti volcano, 4 days trekking to the Lost City of the Incas, and a stunning ride through the Colca Canyon, the deepest canyon in all of Peru.

Participants are free to choose their own pace and can ride as often or as little as they wish. It is a vacation, not a race. Red Spokes trips include a backup vehicle, which can be either a bus or jeep. If you need it, the back-up vehicle can carry all your equipment and yourself. Guides are sensitive to both the individual and group needs. The terrain, altitude, and type of roads used to travel the distance per day will affect how far you can go. The average distance traveled per day is between 50 and 100 km.