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In 2024 the RED23 - Doing Good ride will be heading to the breathtaking Isaan Region in the north east of Thailand. Starting in the city of Bueng Kan, our riders will spend two days following the incredibly bio-diverse Mekong River before heading west through villages and rural communities not often visited by foreigners. Following a well-deserved rest day, the team will ride into one of our homes, Home Hug in Yasothon to be greeted excitedly by the children they have worked so hard to support.


Bueng Kan to Yasothon


1st - 6th July 2024


500km in 5 days


40 amazing humans


Day 1

29th June

Travel to Bangkok.
You will be responsible for your own flights and transfers to the hotel from the airport.

Accommodation: Novotel Sukhumvit 20

Day 2

30th June

Today we fly to Udon Thani where we will transfer to the start of the ride by coach. The Hands Team will take care of the domestic flight for this part of the trip. 

There will be a 3 hour bus ride from the airport to our hotel where we will start riding from the following day. We will also host a ride briefing after setting up our bikes in the afternoon.

Day 3

1st July

Today our adventure begins. Be prepared to ride through some of the most beautiful villages and meet the locals. 

Bueng Kan to Ban Phaeng ~ 110km

Day 4

2nd July

We have another 100km day today but the great news is we have a rest day the next day. 

Ban Phaeng to Nakhon Phanom ~ 102km

Day 5

3rd July

    A much needed rest day after 2 solid days in the saddle. Enjoy the beautiful town of Nakhon Phanom. 

    Day 6

    4th July

    Back on the bike for more beautiful scenery and friendly locals. 

    Nakhon Phanom to Mukdahan ~114km

    Day 7

    5th July

    Our biggest day on the bike but nothing that can't be achieved together. We start as a team and finish as a team. There are no prizes for first place! 

    Mukdahan to Amnat Chareon ~124km

    Day 8

    6th July

    The day you have all been waiting for. Our final ride into Baan Home Hug where you will meet the beautiful kids that you have worked so hard to support. 

    Amnat Chareon to Yasothon ~ 82km

    Day 9

    7th July

    We fly in the morning from Ubon Ratchathani back into Bangkok in time for the Australian International flights home. We say goodbye from here as you head back home or onto new destinations. 

    The domestic flight to Bangkok is arranged by the Hands Team. You will need to arrange your own International flight or other domestic flights for your trip. 

    What Previous Riders Say

    The annual Ride to Provide experience is consistently ranked 10/10 by all our riders year after year! More often than not the experience exceeds our riders expectations. It's this amazing feedback which drives us at Hands to continue to deliver amazing shared experiences which deliver benefit to both the riders and their communities and the children in our homes. 

    Fees and Fundraising


    8 Nights Twin Share Accommodation

    29th June – 6th of July 2024 inclusive

    As we travel to some very remote villages and towns, hotels will be modest in their offering but the locations will be on point. You’ll have a hot shower, a bed to sleep in, and occasionally the WiFi will be good!.



    Your registration includes a hybrid bike which is a flat bar bicycle with tyres that are thinner than a mountain bike and thicker than a road bike. You have the option to bring your own saddle and pedals if you choose.

    E-Bikes can be offered for an additional surcharge.


    Meals and
    Ground Transfers

    All meals excluding lunch on the rest day are covered in your registration. Our team on the ground takes care of breakfast, lunch and dinner on the rides and provides plenty of sustenance throughout the day at the water stops.


    Cycling Kit

    Your registration includes a customised cycling jersey, bibs and gloves. You will have the opportunity to order additional kit if you choose. You will receive a sizing chart in coming months to help you order the right size kit for the tour.


    Travel Bag and
    Team Shirt

    You will receive a Hands Across the Water travel bag for the trip. There is plenty of room in the bag for the tour and additional clothing you might want to bring for holidays pre or post the ride. You will also receive a training shirt to wear during your training and in Thailand. 


    Support crew and bike mechanics

    Our rides are run by our very own Hands Experiences Thailand. Nothing is too much trouble for this fantastic crew of people as long as you bring your manners. Our bike mechanics keep everything running tip top during your tour in Thailand.


    Individual Fundraising

    During the registration process, you will be prompted to set up your fundraising page. You can update this page with your story and share your unique link to start raising funds. The team at Hands are here to support you with ideas so don’t be afraid to ask for help.



    You will receive a training program that will help prep you for your 500km journey. The key to your training will be time in the saddle as opposed to km’s ridden so even if the weather turns poor, you can get to the local gym or spin class to clock up your hours on the bike. We also have a great series of videos if you are new to cycling or looking for some additional training tips.


    TOUR COST: AU$3,895*

    Your tour cost includes everything that we have outlined above. It does not include International Travel and any additional accommodation or airport transfers that you are responsible for.

    You can pay in full or choose to make regular weekly payments for 6 months of $155.80. 

    There is a $500 non refundable deposit included in the tour cost. Your place will not be secure on the ride until we receive full or partial payment.

    **E bikes are available for this ride at an additional cost - rates upon registration.



    Your ride registration includes twin share accommodation for the duration of the ride. If you elect to room with a friend, partner, or family member at the point of registration, this will be factored in when we do the room allocations. If you are a solo traveller, we will partner you up with another solo partner of the same gender.

    If you do wish to have your own room, there are limited single supplements available at a cost. Allocation of single rooms will be based on a first in first served basis due to availability at the hotels.

    You can reserve a single room today for $100 deposit and we will contact you closer to the ride once the numbers and room availability is confirmed.




    Fundraising can be a little bit daunting but it needn’t be. You see… great fundraisers aren’t born. They are made. Anyone can become a great fundraiser by simply getting out there, sharing their story and implementing some fantastic initiatives to bring in the funds.

    You are required to raise a minimum of $5,000 to participate in the bike ride. It might seem like a lot but we are here to help you every step of the way. We’ve got some great ideas below or check out our Resources Page to download our fundraising guide.

    Your own fundraising page

    Selling or purchasing ticket packages to Future of Leadership

    A personal donation.

    Holding your own event

    Selling raffle tickets


    What is the Cost ?

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    In addition to the tour costs ($3895) you will need to arrange international flights to and from Bangkok, Thailand. To register you can either pay in full or choose the weekly payment ($155.80) for 6 months.

    To participate, it is a requirement to raise AU$5,000

    Cancellation Policy:

    Cancellation greater than 3 months out from the ride: $500 + any costs already paid 

    Cancellation 3 months out: 50% of total registration fee 

    Cancellation 2 months out: 75% of total registration fee

    Cancellation 1 month out: 100% of total registration fee

    Is Fundraising Compulsory ?

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    Yes. By fundraising a minimum of $5,000 for your ride experience, you provide 350 children in our care with access to basic necessities, healthcare and education. Importantly, you are providing them with a life of choice.

    What is the best way to start my fundraising?

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    Getting started can be a bit daunting at first; we always say the first $1,000 is the hardest and then it gets easier. Below are our top 3 tips to get your fundraising dial off zero: 

    1. Your online fundraising page is the most simple and effective way to kick start your fundraising. Update your page with your profile image, a story about why you are fundraising and share directly from your page to kick start those dollars coming in. 
    2. Make a personal donation to your fundraising page. This can help set the tone for your supporters and show your commitment to your experience.  
    3. Download our fundraising guide that includes tips and tricks for planning events, auctions and raffles to help you raise your funds. 

    If you need support please reach out to the team at

    So... are you up for the challenge?

    With places strictly limited to 40 people, this amazing once in a lifetime experience is not to be missed.

    Secure your place today via deposit using the checkout below. You'll be talking about this experience for years to come!