School holidays can be educational and fun when cycling is added to the mix! A bicycle adventure can be a perfect introduction to fitness and also encourages a lifelong healthy lifestyle. SpiceRoads has experience planning residential weeks, including adding in a service element when required, as well as multi adventure trips that include biking, trekking, climbing, zip-lining, kayaking or other outdoor activities.
With over a decade of experience we have the knowledge and know-how to organize the perfect trip for your school.
Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai
Designed for West Island School
This 7-day mountain bike adventure was created for a group of 46 teenagers between the ages of 14 and 17. They cycled about 30km each day along trails and back roads which have little traffic.
The ride started from Bua Thong waterfall and headed towards Chiang Dao through forest on a trail made by elephants. The next day they visited Chiang Dao caves before riding between soaring limestone cliffs on the beaten earth paths of local hill tribes. Then they cycled to Fang and along the river to Mae Salak - the most scenic part of the trip. Included was a trip on a long-tail boat (with their bikes) and a zip-lining adventure through the canopy overlooking the stunning Mae Taeng River and valley!
Koh Kret to ISB school
Designed for Bangkok Boy Scouts Group
A 3-day bicycle adventure was created for a group of scouts between the ages of 13 to 17. The group was split into two: younger kids rode about 20km and older kids about 40km per day.
On this adventure the group were based at the campsite at Baan Auan Piyawan. Over the course of the three days the children explored the local countryside on a variety of routes They cycled on country back-roads and along the Chao Phraya River. They visited villages, temples and local rice farms en route. Evenings were spent playing games and enjoying the delicious camp supper.
Designed for Bangkok Patana School
A half day tour was developed for a group of children from Bangkok Patana School between the ages of 13 and 15. They cycled in total about 25km.
They rode through the back-streets of Bangkok to reach the pier on the Chao Phraya River. After a short crossing the riders soon arrived at Bang Kra Jao - a wilderness area in the middle of Bangkok also known as the "Green Lung". The group cycled around on the raised walkways through the lush jungle by small village communities and historical sites including an 18 century temple. They learnt about the history of the area, they fed the catfish and they feasted on some delicious local fruits.