Intrepid gears up for green cycle tour
INTREPID is challenging cyclists with an environmental bent to take up a 27-day cycling trip through Vietnam and Cambodia, a journey that combines then amazing scenery of Indochina with a positive contribution in the fight against the scourge of plastic pollution.
The Peloton against Plastic trip will be accompanied by sustainability advocate Paul Hellier, musician Ash Grunwald, and comedian and filmmaker Jamie Lepre, the latter of whom will film a documentary about the trip en route.
“This trip is aimed at thinking globally and acting locally, by combating an overwhelming global issue in a way that’s accessible to everyday Australians,” said Brett Mitchell, Intrepid Travel’s regional director of Asia Pacific.
The trip will see the wheels set in motion from 16 June to 12 July.