On-Request Tours are designed to be part of a longer trip or for those short on time. Explore a smaller area by bike in just a few days as you delve into the local culture. With a group of travelers, an experienced Grasshopper guide and on-hand support vehicle, these tours are sure to be a short, but very sweet, adventure.
Fewer days allow you to build a cycling adventure into a larger holiday plan.
Pack cultural immersion, fun activities, great sights, and amazing riding into just a short visit.
Open groups of 2-14 allow for like-minded cyclists to come together to get a taste of what Asia has to offer.
Local guides enhance your travel experience by sharing their knowledge and familiarity with the locations.
Pick Your On-request Tours
Mekong Delta in Style
3 days | 2 nights
| KM | 980 USD
Our new Mekong Delta in Style tour combines delicious foods, stunning scenery and gentle bike paths of the Delta, with two, luxury overnight stays to create a bike, food and cycling experience you will not soon forget.
Wild Cambodia - Angkor & Beyond
6 days | 5 nights
| KM | 2400 USD
Go beyond Angkor to discover hidden temples, wild forests, wildlife and some of the most amazing single track in the region. Make a meaningful financial contribution to conservation in Cambodia.
Sri Lanka Heritage Cycle
4 days | 3 nights
| KM | 1490 USD
Bike tour the cultural heart of Sri Lanka, learn about the cultural heritage of this island nation and how it shapes their identity today. This short trip explores Sigiriya and Dambulla with a night in a heritage tea plantation bungalow.
Don’t see your dream cycling adventure here? Contact us to learn more about how to craft your ideal active adventure.
The best part of our On-Request tours is that you choose who you travel with and when! These cycling adventures are built to fit your schedule and are best suited to those who have a group of friends and a few days to explore Asia by bike. Find an itinerary that inspires you and then contact us to fit it to your schedule and group.
Enjoy quality accommodation along our cycling routes with stays at comfortable hotels, lodges and resorts. We choose accommodations that showcase the culture of the destination as well as providing a home away from home for tired cyclists. Stay in a resort on Mount Popa in Myanmar with a view of the Taung Kalat temple, spend the night in a former tea estate bungalow in Sri Lanka, or catch some zzzs at a scenic mountain retreat in Pu Luong Vietnam.
Our cycling itineraries are carefully crafted to showcase the hidden gems and best scenery of each destination. Pedal backroads at the foot of Sigiriya Rock in Sri Lanka, cycle remote areas of the Kulen Mountain Range in Cambodia through the thick forest, or make your way through the dry zone villages of Myanmar on two wheels. Wherever the bike takes you, you’ll be rewarded for your efforts with stunning views and off-the-beaten-path stops far from the eyes of most tourists.
Our expert Grasshopper guides are one of the main highlights of our tours. These knowledgeable locals are excited to share the best of their countries with you and are fully informed about the history, traditions, and current events of each destination. Our leaders are also extremely safety conscious and attentive to your needs so you can relax and enjoy your cycling adventure. In addition to your tour leader, there will also be an assistant guide/mechanic who is there to keep the bikes in good shape and often will lead the pack while the guide cycles among the group. There is also a support vehicle on hand at all times.
Our On-Request tours are crafted to allow you to maximize your few days cycling in Asia. This means bringing you to the must-see destinations as well as some truly amazing secret spots. Delve deeper into Asian culture with a wide range of activities and experiences along the journey, as well as fantastic meals and interesting, comfortable accommodations. Even if you’re only on the bike for a few days, plenty of unforgettable experiences are in store!
For more inspiration on on-request cycling tours, read articles from past adventurers.