Cycling Adventures

Ride. Discover. Experience. Share.

What are Cycling Adventures?

Cycling Adventures are outreach trips through rural areas and remote places, meeting people that rarely interact with the outside world. As you visit their villages, experience their hospitality, and discover their way of life, you will have the opportunity to share His message.

RIDE
through remote places

Take the challenge to ride long distances to reach distant villages. Camp on the roadside. Pass through mountains and valleys covering miles of desolate terrain and breathtaking scenery.

DISCOVER
their way of life

Unearth some cultural gems of rural life as you see through your own eyes how the locals live. Enter their village, visit those who are rarely visited, eat their food, listen to their stories and connect with the people.

EXPERIENCE
their hospitality

Away from the rush of the big cities, people in the villages are more open and have time to talk. They won’t hesitate to pull out a stool and sit down with you in their courtyards or even invite you inside their homes for a cup of tea or even a meal.

SHARE
His message

Encounter people that rarely have a chance to hear the good news. Will you be the first to intercede for them? Will you be the first to tell them about Jesus? It’s highly likely.

Join us

Cycling adventures are designed for groups of about 10 to 30 people,
including support staff, translators and bike leaders.
You can join in these ways:

Families

Join with your family for one of our regular trips. You can bring young children as long as you are confident in biking with them. We have baby seats for children as young as 9 months, back seats for ages 2-5, trailer bikes for ages 6-9 and junior bikes for pre-teens.

Individuals

You can join individually any of our regular trips. If you speak English and Cantonese or Mandarin, you could also participate as a volunteer translator and help out with teams that are coming from overseas.

Teams

Your team can be very diverse: from 10 to 25 people, from a youth group to families or a combination of both, coming from a home church or a ministry. You can join a regular trip or plan your own by either following one of our recommendations or customising it in a way that best suits your needs.

Join a Trip

Regular trips are happening during the Chinese New Year season, Easter season and in summer.

Plan a Trip

We are prepared to facilitate your team year round. We have bikes and equipment just waiting for riders in Asia.

Families Team

Youth and adults Team

Experienced / Advanced

Customize it to fit your team

Duration

from 3 to 10 days

Team Size

from 10 to 28 people

Level / Terrain

from Easy paved roads to tough off-roads in mountains and valleys

Biking

from 10km/day to 50 km/day

Location

from rural areas nearby cities to remote villages in the mountains

Housing

from city hotels, to small town guest houses or camping outdoors

Support Vehicles

with accompanying lorry and passenger bus or with just bikes and bike bags

Dates

All year round

Testimonies

Read some of the stories and experiences of teams that have participated in Cycling Adventures

Cycling Adventures: When the rain stops you from leaving

This summer once again we set off for a Cycling Adventure. This time the weather was crazy! Pouring rain and strong sunshine alternated almost every two hours throughout the whole trip. We were especially thankful for all the rain showers

Unexpected Opportunities – Cycling Adventures

Last Easter we enjoyed a family Cycling Adventure travelling through beautiful rural landscapes, visiting old villages and spending time sharing with the villagers. Taking the whole family on holidays is not easy. There’s lots of planning to do to make

Listen and obey – Cycling Adventures

On the back of an intense season, after the Gateway GPS Camp, we set off once again for a Cycling Adventure. We were tired, many were ill, we had a couple of accidents and there was even a typhoon coming.

A man in the dark – Cycling Adventures

By Jonathan Woodman On the back of an intense season, after the Gateway GPS Camp we set off once again for a Cycling Adventure. We were tired and weary, many were ill, we had a couple of accidents and there

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