Cycle A Difference
Cycle a Difference Asian Business Ride 22-25 March 2018
This is a 600 km fully supported ride in the spectacular landscapes of the remote northwest of Vietnam from Lao Cai to Mai Chau. On a Cycle a Difference ride, you will experience epic biking, amazing scenery, towering mountains, cascading rice terraces, the simple rhythms of rural life and the warmth of Vietnamese hospitality combining to make ‘cycling for newborns’ exciting and fun.
This is a team event for companies based in Vietnam and the Asia region, however an individual can enter a team of 2/4 riders. Enjoy the challenge of competing for the yellow jersey and on day one be King of the Mountain. The ride is a tough challenge, four days in the mountains with some great climbs and an average of 150 km a day, check out our CAD 2015 video. You can join and depart the ride from Hanoi, the team will travel together to the start of the ride in Lao Cai. For more information on the ride days, click here, and to register a team, click here.
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