Tour 1876    

New Zealand, South Island

The tour leader is Paul Rogers


Paul is a keen club cyclist, taking part in regular sociable club runs, occasional challenge events and mountain biking. He has regularly toured in the UK and Europe as well as India and New Zealand, and has been a CTC tour leader since 2002, organising mainly off-road tours for riders of all abilities. His tours are intended to provide stunning surroundings for participants to ride together, to meet, and to enjoy one another?s company. He is normally able to keep both riders and bikes in working order, as he is a trained mountain bike leader, an able bike mechanic and holds a first aid qualification.

Phone: 07767 278689
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Paul's other tours listed below.


  Mid-Wales MTB          (spaces available)  3+ 
5th July 2018 (Thu) - 8th July 2018 : 4 days£210
Enthusiast + ABTOT   
Centre-based, Off-road  :  Guesthouse  :  Some meals
A weekend of mountain biking on the natural tracks around the Elan valley in mid-Wales. The Elan valley is often called “The Welsh Lake District”, with its stunning series of dams surrounded by moors and mountains. Guesthouse with breakfast and 2 evening meals included.
Leader: Paul RogersRef: 1836
 
 
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  Wales, Coast to Coast MTB Challenge        no places (full)ed 1856 state T.E.D
 
  New Zealand, South Island         Planned Tour  2   
Coming soon - please email the leader for further details
4th March 2019 (Mon) - 25th March 2019 : 22 days£3600
Moderate ABTOT   
Moving-on  :  Land-only  :  Guesthouse  :  B&B  :  Full vehicle support
The ultimate South Island adventure. Combining cycling on traffic-free trails with scenic walks and visits to many of the spectacular wonders of New Zealand. Hybrid bike hire included.
Leader: Paul RogersRef: 1876
 
 
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