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Cycle a Difference Asian Business Ride – September 2016

A Corporate Cycling Challenge – ‘Inspired to Ride’ to help the next newborn survive!

The Newborns Vietnam Asian Business ride is a three day, fully supported 450 kilometre
cycling challenge in the spectacular landscape of the central highlands of Vietnam. It is designed to be an enjoyable but tough challenge for teams of 2 to 4 riders for companies based in Vietnam and the Asia Pacific region. The 2016 Title sponsor is Premier Oil.

ABR 1609 - v2The ride starts and finishes in Da Nang with over 300 metres of climbing on the first day and an average of 148 km a day. The ride finishes with a race over the Hai Van pass and an easy roll into Da Nang for a warm welcome from hundreds of nurses at the Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children.

For more details of the ride, click here.

To download a ride flyer, click here.

Enjoy the beauty of the coastal City of Da Nang with its pristine beaches and UNESCO world heritage sites.

The Hyatt Regency Danang Resport & Spa has put together a ‘riders and families’ weekend accommodation package with pre ride & finale dinner, for more information and other weekend options email



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