5% Off All 'Available' Tours with code '5AVAIL'
We are offering a 5% discount on all cycling tours with an 'Available' or 'Available 2 More To Guarantee' status.
To redeem this fantastic offer, simply choose your adventure, make a booking and insert the code '5AVAIL' at the confirmation stage of your booking.
Any deposit paid on a tour with an 'Available' or 'Available 2 More To Guarantee' status is refundable up until the point at which the trip becomes 'Guaranteed'
10% Off: Vietnam NW Tours
redspokes Vietnam cycling tours combine challenging terrain, dramatic scenery and encounters with minority communities. As you cycle hilly hairpin bends amongst slopes, ridges, valleys and limestone karsts, the outstanding natural beauty will take your breath away.
10% Off: Scotland - Highlands and Islands
The redspokes Campbeltown to Inverness cycle tour follows the east coast of the Mull of Kintyre alongside sea lochs to Fort William and up the Great Glen and Caledonian Canal all the way to Inverness. Enjoy traditional Scottish hospitality whilst taking in outstanding natural beauty, historic castles, ancient Celtic history and the wonders of Scottish engineering working in harmony with nature.
We are offering a generous 10% off our (guaranteed) early September 2018 trip, for a limited period. To qualify, please contact us prior to making the booking. [email protected]
10% Off: Cambodia - Undiscovered Lands Tour
After years off limits to all but the most intrepid travellers, nowadays Cambodia welcomes visitors with an open smile. Explore the temples of Angkor and relax on Cambodian beaches on our redspokes cycle tour!
5% Off: China - Glorious Yunnan Tour
10% Off: India Himalaya :
The redspokes journey is one of the most demanding mountain bike tours in the world offering extreme challenges and rewards through the very heart of the Himalayas. You will encounter sacred and spiritual landmarks in this celestial landscape on some of the finest roads an adventure cyclist could wish for, riding switchback after switchback for hours on end, ascending into the thin air at an altitude of 5,000 m.