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1. Thailandís SpiceRoads Cycle Tours Launches Saigon to Angkor Wat Adventure
Thailand-based SpiceRoads Cycle Tours has launched a 13-day tour from Vietnamís Saigon to Cambodia's Angkor Wat in Siem Reap. It is the first road cycling tour outside of Thailand for SpiceRoads and has been developed due to the increased popularity of the sport worldwide. Patricia Weismantel, Product Manager of SpiceRoads Cycle Tours, said,
2. SpiceRoads Cycle Tours Opens Chiang Mai Office
SpiceRoads Cycle Tours, a Bangkok-based specialist bicycle tour operator, has opened a new office in Chiang Mai, Thailand, to offer more cycling opportunities in and around northern Thailand. SpiceRoads General Manager Struan Robertson said,
3. SpiceRoads to Exhibit at UK Cycle Show 2013
SpiceRoads Cycle Tours, one of Asia's premier specialist bicycle tour operators, will exhibit its diverse portfolio of bicycle tours in Asia and Eastern Europe at the UK Cycle Show 2013 at the NEC in Birmingham, United Kingdom, between 26-29 September 2013. The SpiceRoads booth will be located in the Holiday Zone (H58).
4. SpiceRoads Cycle Tours Launches Booking Portal for Agents
SpiceRoads Cycle Tours has launched a new Agent Booking Portal that will make booking bicycle holidays for clients by agents more efficient and timely thanks to instant confirmations. The new Booking Portal will allow agents to access the SpiceRoads system in real-time to: see what tour dates are available to book; view the total number of passengers on the tour; reserve spaces for
5. Enjoy a Nostalgic Ayutthaya Trip with SpiceRoads Cycle Tours
Enjoy a Nostalgic Ayutthaya Trip with SpiceRoads Cycle Tours. SpiceRoads Cycle Tours is calling train buffs to enjoy a steam train excursion from Bangkok to Ayutthaya followed by a bicycle tour around Ayutthaya Historical Park. In honor of the first rail service to Ayutthaya on 26 March 1894, Thailand is rolling out two steam locomotives for a special trip from Bangkok to Ayutthaya
6. SpiceRoads Invites Cyclists to Tour Thailand in May
For the third year in a row, SpiceRoads is inviting riders to join their team on the Tour of Friendship R1, a five-stage road bike race scheduled to take place 2 Ė 6 May 2015. The tour is aimed at cyclists with experience riding in a peloton and able to average 40kph for long distances, and will pass through central Thailand and the cities of Ayutthaya, Khao Yai, Wang Nam Kaew, Kab
7. SpiceRoads Launches Five New Bike Tours to Highlight Asian Heritage
SpiceRoads Cycle Tours has launched five bicycle tours that highlight some of the best scenery, historic sites, art and culture that distinguish Burma, Bhutan, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam. By cycling short distances at a relaxed pace over seven days there is time to leisurely take in UNESCO World Heritage sites, meet the locals, enjoy excellent food and soak up the atmosphere.
8. SpiceRoads Launches Thrilling Bicycle Tours to Pakistan and Kazakhstan
SpiceRoads Cycle Tours has launched two new challenging bicycle tours to the remote destinations of Pakistan and Kazakhstan. These 15-day bicycle tours are designed for mountain bikers looking for some very different riding experiences in countries where foreign cyclists are a rarity.

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