Tour code
Travel style
Tour meets
Tour ends
2 - 3 - 4 star hotels
Single supplement
Number Of cycling days
4 days
Ages to ride
18 years old
Average distance per day
45 km
MTB Bike hire
Total cycling distance
205 km
E-Bike hire
Small group
Large Group
Price in US$
USD $625.00 625.00
Price in VND
What's included
Private A/C vehicle takes up all cyclists, luggage
Truck to carry all bikes, spare bikes
New Giant MTBs, wheel size 27.5, hydraulic brake
Helmets, bottles of water, tools kit
All entrance fees, ferry tickets
3 nights: double room/ tiwin room
B = 3 Breakfasts, L = 4 Lunches, D = 3 Dinners
Daily snack, cold water, soft drinks, facial tissues
Bike mechanic
Pick up & drop off at the hotels
English speaking guide throughout the tour
What's not included
Personal travel insurance
Other personal expenses
Single supplement
Drinks are not included with any meal
Cycling Hue – Vinh Moc – Hien Luong - Dong Ha

Depart from Hue at 7:00 am for a short vehicle transfer to Pha Tam Giang to begin the morning ride 35 km. We cycle on a quiet country road along the Tam Giang lagoon.  Enjoy the stunning landscape along the peninsula, views several tiny fishing boats on the lagoon, see water buffalos working on rustic farmlands, and pass some vibrant local markets. Take a right turn on the dirt track to the coast, through tiny hamlets with thatch houses, colourful temples, farmlands of many vegetables and sand dunes. From the south coast of Quang Tri, we have a transfer to Vinh Moc tunnels on the coast route via Cua Viet & Cua Tung. Lunch en route before exploring Vinh Moc tunnels. After we visit the tunnels, the temperature is cool, so that we will bike 20 km along the Cua Tung beach, then the tranquil Ben Hai River to the historic Hien Luong bridge. The landmark river was the 17 parallel-divided line of North and South Vietnam from 1954 to 1975. Visit the Hien Luong Museum and enjoy the walk on Hien Luong Bridge. Finally, have a transfer to Dong Ha city to check in the hotel and have dinner in town.

Saigon Dong Ha ***
Lunch/ Breakfast
50 km
Easy/ moderate
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits
Biking Dong Ha - Cam Lo – Khe Sanh

We commence today's tour with Quang Tri Museum and Mine Action Visitor Center. The Mine Action Visitor Center is a joint venture between the international NGO–operated Project RENEW and the Department of Foreign Affairs, providing visitors with constantly updated information on the devastation caused and heart-warming stories of recovery and survival. Afterwards, the ride will start outside Dong Ha town, just about 10 minutes drives. Today's ride is about 30 km on small asphalt back roads through rice paddy fields,  lush hilly farmlands and the jungles. The routes are primarily undulating, and some are flat and smooth. There will be many stops to experience farmer life along the road and finish today's ride in Cam Lo District. Have a transfer to Ke Sanh township with stopping on the sideroad near Rockpile Hill for photo captures.

Khanh Phuong/ Green Hotel **
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
30 km
Easy/ moderate
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits
Cycle Khe Sanh to A Luoi

After breakfast, We travel by car to visit the well-known Khe Sanh Combat Base- Ta Con Military Airport. It opens for tourists with a museum. Many remains of weapons, warplanes, the airship used to transport troops and supplies, many US tanks, helicopters, guns, and military land and air transportations are displayed. Afterward, take a short drive to Dak Rong Bridge, the friendship bridge built by Cuban engineers. We cycle on west Ho Chi Minh, along the borders of Laos, toward A Luoi. The scenic ride is through spectacular mountain landscapes, tropical jungle up and down the quiet roads along the river. We will pass many tribe villages, small towns—lunch en route before we challenge Pe Ke Pass. Then we enjoy a downhill ride to A Lin then A Luoi.

Thanh Quang/Do Thanh Hotel **
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
85 km
Moderate/ hard
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits
A Luoi – Hambuger hill - Hue

A Luoi is a small town and closed to the Laos border. There were many small Viet Cong bases located alongside the fence and Ho Chi Minh trails. A Bia was a little base with a significant location, and then it was called the Hamburger Hill after ten days attacked by U.S Army troop soldiers, and supported by helicopters and artilery Finally, U.S soldiers controlled the A Bia bases. It happened in 1969, Tet Offensive. After breakfast, we trek 6 km to the peak of Hamburger Hill. See many hill bases and gallery photo rooms, where helicopters fall and view the beautiful scenery before rewinding down to transfer to Minh Mang tomb. Visit the beautiful mausoleum and its surroundings, lunch en-route before we cycle through the charming countryside of Hue. Past many mandarin houses, old pagodas on the back road, ride along some parts of Perfume River to Hue City.

Breakfast/ Lunch
25 km
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits
Road Condition

We have been making many inspection trips before the company operating and picked up all different terrains, rural paths, single tracks, and beautiful country back roads to design our unique bike tours as per your expectation. Our team, support vehicles always standby as nearest riders and are on hands with a phone call. If the riders, who love leisurely ride with short routes or distance and will hop on the support vehicles, take a rest when the other riders in the group keep exploring the beautiful countryside as long routes as they wish. We ensure that all riders are satisfied with how Vietnam Backroads organizes cycling trips without worry.

Every morning, you will transfer out of the bustling towns and ride into rustic villages and country farms and retransfer in the late afternoon through heavy traffic into the city.

Central Coast and in Central Provinces

Our hand-picked up routes with the unique tailor-make programme will please your ride. Our bicycle tours are on small roads and rural paths from Ha Noi and begin the ride in Dong Hoi down the coast to Ho Chi Minh. Another way around from Saigon to Ha Noi, and start the ride in Dalat, then down to shore, from the southern coast to the central provinces: Phan Thiet to Phan Rang, Nha Trang, Tuy Hoa, Quy Nhon, Quang Ngai, Hoi An, Hue and Dong Ha, Dong Hoi (DMZ) and Phong Nha where the ride ends or begins depending on the trip's destinations. Throughout the ride, enjoy descending the mountain from Dalat to Nha Trang, enjoy breathtaking views of Khanh Le/ Hon Giao Passes, ride along the stunning coastal routes in Quy Nhon, immerse yourself in seaside villages along the dirt tracks, meet the farmers in the vast agricultural farmlands in Hoi An before looking over the spectacular views of Hai Van Mountain Pass, vast agricultural farmlands in Hoi An, and networks of canals in rivers, and colourful lanterns lining the tiny streets in Hoi An, discover the Hue Purple City, and Quang Tri ancient town all the ways to Phong Nha through DMZ.

Stunning coast & Beaches & Seaside villages

Many small country roads are smooth and small, with less traffic, long sandy local beaches, peninsula, lagoon, mountains along the coast, and small towns; however, some roads are rolling mountains, hills, and stunning bays that the minor roads are the best choice.

Mountains, Hills and Tropical forests and Jungles

Depend on the trips you booked and where it travels through mountain climbs throughout the route, rainforest, and jungles far from the coast where the rural infrastructures are underdeveloped, or paths through deeply remote hamlets and closed to traffic. In this case, your guide will avoid riding on many undeveloped rural villages, and dirt tracks are unsafe, bumpy and very rocky, slippery and landslide when it rains, and lead you depending on the minor roads.

We ride mostly on small paths along fishing villages, seafood farms, and lush flat rural farmlands, small villages for support vehicles to go along with the riders. But the support vehicle will be on minor roads running parallel and driving along as close to riders as possible. The networks of small paths crisscross rural, and this will be easy for riders to meet the support vehicles at corners, forks on country roads after approximately 15 km, 20 km, or 25 to 30 km on a daily bike ride.


The rainy season in Central Vietnam is usually around September until early last January, which coincides with the best humidity and temperature of the entire year, with the high levels of rainfall from September to November. Sometimes, typhoons from the sea affect Hoi An, and flooding might occur in Hoi An's old town from October to December. October until February is the peak season for tourism in the country. The dry season between January & August with temperatures ranging in the mid 30°C, and humidity. In general, the weather in central is divided into two seasons, and the rainy season and the dry season do not coincide with the two climatic regions of North and South. It's hot and humid from May to August, so it's the best time to do bicycle tours from September to April.


Private Support Vehicles

We organize cycling holidays, cycling adventure trips and mountain biking tours. All are flexible with luxury, fully air-conditioned vehicles to support riders on the entire journey. It depends on how many riders are in the group, and the vehicle support services will be well-arranged to satisfy your travels. There are air-conditioned 16-seat van/minibuses to take up all riders, luggage, and a truck to hold all bikes during the trip. 

Every morning, the vehicles will transfer you out of the bustling city, and then you will ride to explore the stunning countryside, and you will back on the vehicles to avoid traffic in town when the daily's ride ends in the late afternoon. 

Every 20 - 25 km, the support vehicles will be waiting at the high road if you are tired and really would love to ride on A/C van. Your guide will escort you to vehicles easily because many country back roads are linked to the main roadways where keeping vehicles are on standby. 

Then you can relax on a support vehicle when others in the group can continue cycling as long as they wish! You will meet the others at the next point/ destination where you love to re-join the group and continue to ride.

All your luggage/ suitcase and day bags are safe on the vehicles and well kept by the company's drivers and its team.

2 to 4 riders in a group

There is only one A/C 16 seater van to take up all riders, luggage & suitcases, and bikes. There are four rows of seating for passengers on the A/C 16 seater van. Two people sit on each row. The third row is for luggage and suitcases. The last row of seats will be folded up, so all bikes will be uploaded here.

A medium group tour: from 5 to 7 people

There will be two vehicles to support riders on the entire trip. One 16 seater van to take up all riders, luggage & suitcases. Another truck to carry all bikes, spare bikes, tool kits, icebox to keep cold drinks, and so on

A large group tour: 8 to 14 people

One minibus to take up all riders, including luggage & suitcases, and one truck to carry all bikes, spare bikes, water, cold drinks, and snacks...Iceboxes


A group has more than 15 riders and more than 20 people

We provide two vans and one minibus, and one truck to escort large groups of riders and help ensure their safety. Our pro guide will motivate a team with support vehicles to bring the best services to riders.

Giant MTB & Trek Hybrid MTB Bikes & Gears

Trek Hybrid MTB Bikes - Wheelsize 700c x45/1.95 - Gravel tires



Giant MTB Bikes - Wheelsize 27.5 x 1.95

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Cycling Hue -DMZ- Khe Sanh- A Luoi 4 days