What are the dates for the next edition?
This event is only available for private commission. Contact [email protected]
How much is the single supplement?
(Note you will only need to pay this if you do not want to be paired with another rider of the same sex.) It may not be possible to accommodate single supplement requests for later registrations. Price on application.
What is the terrain like?
The terrain is largely flat.
What are the roads like?
The roads are generally of a decent quality and are sealed with Asphalt 99% of the way. There is the odd small section which is gravelly and on the approach to Phnom Penh there are several areas of road works where the road quality is poorer. The first day is a bit busier in terms of traffic, due to traffic heading to and from Thailand, however it becomes much quieter, particularly after passing Battambang.
What type of bike should I use?
We think a touring bike or hybrid would be most ideal for this ride. A road bike would be appropriate if you ensure your bike is equipped with strong tyres, and are careful in rougher sections.
Can I hire a bike in Cambodia?
YES, this can be arranged - mountain bikes only.
Where does the Challenge start?
The ride starts in the city of Siem Reap, which is nearby the ancient temple of Angkor Wat.
How do I get home after the challenge?
From Phnom Penh, there are direct flights around the region, especially to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore and KL. You may find it more inexpensive (particularly to HK) to book flights via Bangkok rather than directly from Phnom Penh.