Cycle A Difference
Inspired to Ride to Help the Next Newborn Survive – Cycle a Difference Rides 2019
4 day 600 km, 1200 metres of climbing in the spectacular landscapes of the remote northwest of Vietnam from Lao Cai to Mai Chau.
3 day 450 km ride amazing scenery in the central highlands back of Da Nang – Hue, culminating on Day 3 with a southern traverse of the Hai Van pass.
Cycle a Difference rides are designed to be an enjoyable but tough challenge , check out our CAD 2015 video. You will experience epic biking, amazing scenery, towering mountains, cascading rice terraces, the simple rhythms of rural life and the warmth of Vietnamese hospitality. Our rides are fully supported.
Cycling for Newborns is a great company event – perfect for team building with an element of competition. Take your cycling to new heights and helps us change the life chances of thousands of newborns in Vietnam.
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TECHCOMBANK IRONMAN 70.3 Vietnam
Inspirational weekend for Newborns great atmosphere, amazing generosity and team spirit. Incredible success for Lam Ngan (Young Bird) overall fastest Vietnamese woman, first in age group 18-24 and qualified for the World Championship in South Africa. Powerful Women for Newborns first place in the female relay, a truly inspirational effort from Chi, Hoa and Phuong. […]
Matthew Wright completes 20 hour ‘Everesting’
What a way to say farewell to Vietnam! Matthew Wright’s swan song was an incredible 20 hours on his bicycle to complete an ‘Everesting’ on Mount Nui Dinh outside HCMC as part of the Ho Chi Minh City, Newborns Vietnam Isla Climbing Challenge on the 11th of June. Everesting is cycling the height of Mount […]
Son Tra Adventure Run
There was an early start for Newborns supporters Nguyen Van Long and Andy Taylor as they tackled extreme elevations at the Son Tra Adventure Run (Da Nang) on Sunday 18th of June, to raise funds for Newborns Vietnam and their work at the Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children, and the Vietnam National Children’s […]