Where to ride ?

Our top cycle tour operator and also the path finder The riding is always away from busy roads. Mostly we ride on styles of small paths, trails, single track and quiet country back road through villages, farmlands, remote villages, fishing villages and mountain villages. Depends on location, region ! Each itinerary has a well-informed; road surface and road conditions. Most of trails, paths and country back roads support vehicle cannot follow. Please, do not worry about daily cycling distance although it too long for you! You can meet our support vehicle at intervals of 15km/ every 15km if someone in the group would love to take a rest on support vehicle and wish to continue to ride at the next point. Our team have passion for biking and cycling adventures, so we focus on quality of bike trips quality rather than quantity. We providing extra value to your holiday by paying extra attention to cultural, historic, and scenic aspects of each tour on back roads. We will share with you ancient cultures, modern history and spectacular scenery from each different region in Indochina. Cycling routes: Each cycling route is has to be meticulously researched, investigated and scouted out before hand by Mr Van (Van the Man, our tour operator/cycling route finder). All of our guides are well trained in bike maintenance and navigation. We can tailor make a custom route which is suitable to your cycling ability. You do not have to ride the exact kilometer which are indicated on the tour itinerary. It must be flexible as you want. You could spend more time on cycling if you think the biking distance is too short for you to cycle, or you can enjoy a short biking distance. Bicycle trips by Vietnam BackRoads will take you on a variety of roads, such as trails, paths, rural roads and country back roads where they are too small for vehicles. We tailor make unique bike trips depending on the specific route and terrain of your tour. ♦ We can show some photos taken and hand draw maps of routes only. We ensure that you cannot find these cycling routes on any official map (even google maps!)