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TDA Global Cycling
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TDA Global Cycling

TDA Global Cycling

Choose a tour on one of 6 continents and in over 60 countries around the world. From two weeks to just over 5 months, we have an amazing cycling expedition waiting for you!
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The Garden of Eden

11 Days Moderate-Advanced 1165 KmAVG 116 Km
Set at the foot of the Alborz Mountains, Tehran is home to 14 million people and Iran’s political and social melting pot. Here one can see all the components and contradictions of Iranian society, from traditional chadors to modern fashion, from the National Jewels Museum to miles of unsightly ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 24 Aug 2017

Magic Carpet Ride

11 Days Moderate-Advanced 970 KmAVG 97 Km
Until his recent death the oil-rich country of Turkmenistan was best known for the bizarre personality cult of its President for Life Saparmurat Miyazov (called “Turkmenbashi,” or “leader of the Turkmen”). Ashgabat is a city being transformed into a fantasy of white marble palaces, modern ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 24 Aug 2017

Mountains and Meadows

11 Days Advanced - Challenging 1095 KmAVG 109 Km
The cyclists will pedal east through the arid landscape before climbing up into the foothills of the Tian Shan Mountains. Camping for the night near the Charyn Canyon, some riders may be tempted to test their rafting skills on the fast flowing river but they would be advised to rest up for the ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 24 Aug 2017

The Pamir Highway

17 Days Advanced - Challenging 1335 KmAVG 89 Km
The ride begins in Osh, Kyrgyzstan’s oldest city and home to one of Central Asia’s largest and busiest markets. The route heads south to the crossroads town of Sary Tash before heading west into Tajikistan, a remote country described by Lonely Planet as “a patchwork of self-contained valleys and ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 24 Aug 2017

Silk Route

145 Days Moderate-Advanced
Our 12,280 kilometre self-powered caravan begins in Bejing, China, the political and cultural centre of China and follows the northern Silk Route across mysterious lands, fiery deserts, and forbidding mountains. Almost 20 weeks later we arrive in faraway Istanbul, the majestic capitol of ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 24 Aug 2017

Mongol Empire

22 Days Moderate-Advanced 2015 KmAVG 100 Km
Leaving Ulan Bator and its urban comforts, the riders will now head west and will quickly find themselves off the pavement and into the northern wilds of the country. This is the Mongolia many people imagine; vast rolling steppes, coated in green, dotted with traditional yurts surrounded by ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 24 Aug 2017

Tour d'Afrique

121 Days Moderate-Advanced 11500 KmAVG 127 Km
Traveling through 10 countries in all, you will cycle along the Nile past ancient temples, through the Sudanese desert, and up and down the biblical landscapes of Ethiopia’s rugged Simian Mountains. After crossing the Equator in Kenya, you will pedal past legendary Mount Kilimanjaro, to Lake ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 24 Aug 2017

The Lake District

15 Days Moderate-Advanced 1505 KmAVG 115 Km
Pedaling through the rural countryside, the cyclists will eventually come to Salto del Laja, the site of the next rest day. The rolling hills now get rougher and tougher as we enter the beautiful Lake District of Southern Chile – an area featuring dozens of lakes, rushing rivers, volcanoes ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Last Stop Lisboa

9 Days Moderate 730 KmAVG 91 Km
First we cycle by the awe-inspiring NASA Deep Space Network satellites, where you can learn how this center communicates with the farthest reaches of the solar system. As your mind returns to earth we’ll continue west towards Monfrague National Park, where hundreds of vultures circle the steep ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 27 Jan 2017

Kiwi Country

12 Days Moderate 915 KmAVG 83 Km
Riders will spin off through misty peaks and along placid bays before emerging onto the shores of the Tasman Sea. The west coast of New Zealand’s South Island is spectacular: the stunning Pancake Rocks, rushing rivers pouring into the ocean, snow-clad peaks, wild kiwis, the Fox & Franz Joseph ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Maori Magic

12 Days Moderate 926 KmAVG 92 Km
After a day or two of sightseeing in this laid-back city, the riders will head south and be treated to some of the world’s most scenic highlights – Lake Taupo, Tongariro National Park and the hot springs/mud geysers around Rotorua. Next up is a rest day in Napier and the Hawke’s Bay wine region. ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Wizards of Oz

13 Days Moderate 1245 KmAVG 113 Km
This section of our two-wheeled odyssey takes us across the much varied terrain of Oz’s south-east corner. After cycling through Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, we leave the Tasman Sea behind, and climb over the Australian Alps on secondary roads, into the planned city of Canberra, the national ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Great Ocean Road

11 Days Easy-Moderate 1060 KmAVG 117 Km
Our reluctance to leave Adelaide’s wine bars behind is quickly forgotten, as we cross the Murray River and cycle along the Limestone Coast through the fertile lagoon landscapes of Coorong National Park. We will wind our way past Discovery Bay to the whale watching centre of Warrnambool. The ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Opals, Missiles & Vino

20 Days Moderate 1940 KmAVG 114 Km
Then it’s across the government-owned Woomera Prohibited Area, the western world’s largest ground and airspace weapons testing range, to the eerie village of Woomera, home to rocket scientists and a Missile Park. Our tran-Outback “rideabout” ends at Port Augusta, the “Crossroads of Australia ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Bike the Outback

14 Days Moderate 1520 KmAVG 126 Km
After stocking up and making sure we have plenty of Fosters in the “eskie” (cooler) we’ll head off on the Stuart Highway and into the Outback, a vast tract of “scrublands, red desert sands, and galloping roadside Emus.” 300 km down the road our first rest day will be in the town of Katherine ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Provence and the Costa Brava

9 Days Moderate 760 KmAVG 95 Km
If there is a birthplace to cycle tourism, it is Provence. The scenery is spectacular as we leave the glamorous city of Cannes and head inland across fertile hills, covered in olive groves and scented with the famous herbs de Provence. A rest day in Montpellier affords us a chance to walk Europe ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Along the Riviera

17 Days Moderate 1380 KmAVG 106 Km
The Riviera has been the sanctuary of the rich and famous in Europe and beyond for centuries, it has also been home to some of cycling’s’ most famous races, such as Paris-Nice and Milan-San Remo. We’ll tackle these steep winding roads while we savour the view of the waters below. We’ll have rest ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Alps and Adriatic

10 Days Easy-Moderate 800 KmAVG 88 Km
We’ll cycle into western Hungary where the riders may see remnants from the original basalt amber road construction of the ancient amber trade route. After spending a few days along the very popular and scenic Lake Balaton cyclists will cross into tiny Slovenia, possibly stopping to sample some ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Amber Route

16 Days Easy-Moderate 1459 KmAVG 112 Km
Riders will spin across the forests of Southern Lithuania, possibly stopping for a dip in a Soviet-era spa. Crossing into Poland the tour will camp along some of the country’s most beautiful lakes before heading south to the capital of Warsaw. Another few days of cycling and sampling the ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Zambezi Zone

9 Days Moderate-Advanced 1215 KmAVG 151 Km
Once in Zambia you will ride through thinly populated countrysides, along the Great East Road, passing villages of huts that bespeak the humble subsistence farming existence of the local people. After crossing the Luangwa River bridge, the route takes you along the edge of the Lower Zambezi ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Masai Steppe

16 Days Moderate-Advanced 1680 KmAVG 129 Km
From there, it’s a day’s pedal to the rapidly growing and vibrant city of Arusha. As the gateway to such famous attractions as Serengeti National Park, Ngorogoro Crater, and “Kili,” Arusha is East Africa’s safari capital. Here riders are given 3 days off, affording them the opportunities to ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Carretera Austral

29 Days Advanced - Challenging 2475 KmAVG 190 Km
The cyclists will complete one of the world’s ultimate road trips by taking 5 ferries, spinning past icy cold rivers, enormous glaciers, impenetrable forests, isolated farms and ocean waves. On the way they will enjoy rest days in the towns of Coyhaique, Villa O’Higgins & Puerto Natales, the ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Cycling the Salt Flats

17 Days Moderate-Advanced 1555 KmAVG 111 Km
A few days after pedalling out of La Paz, our intrepid riders will have the unique opportunity of cycling and camping on the other-worldy, Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat. Keep an eye out for pink flamingos! A rest day in Uyuni will give the cyclists further opportunity to ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Incan Highlands

8 Days Moderate-Advanced 715 KmAVG 102 Km
A rest day in Puno offers the chance to explore Lake Titicaca and its renowned floating islands await. After a few more days riding along the world’s highest navigable lake, we will cross into Bolivia and arrive in its high altitude capital of La Paz, which marks the end of the tour’s shortest ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

The Gringo Trail

14 Days Advanced - Challenging 1265 KmAVG 105 Km
A couple days later the riders will roll into Nazca for a rest day spent flying over the incredible Nazca Lines. Hopefully Nazca will invigorate the riders whose endurance will now be tested as they pedal upwards for 7 straight days, climbing over 12,000m in total into the towering Andes ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

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