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Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions about the tour? We've got the answers!

If you can't find the answer to your question below, feel free to email us at info@tourdefroth.org and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Q: What do you recommend we bring?

A: This depends if you are riding the full froth / state to state / custom froth or single leg, lucky for you, we have a cool ‘What to bring list’ which also covers what we will provide for you!

Check out the lists below

Full froth / State to State  / Custom froth (any option that involves staying overnight) -Click here to view-

Single Leg (no overnight stay) -Click here to view-

Q: You guys are providing three meals a day, but I will no doubt have a MASSIVE appetite!!  Are you sure you’re going to be able to feed me? 

 

A:  We will be happy to load you up on your meals* with all the goods!  We do definitely recommend that you bring energy gels / bars to fill the gaps in between.  (always add extras)

 

  * single leg riders will be provided adequate refreshments after their ride whereas full frothers / those staying overnight will be fully taken care of for the duration of their journey.

Q: Before/ after riding, how will our bikes and gear be secured?  Should we bring locks?

 

A:  Although we will be altogether in secure campsites with plenty of space to place your bike, we do recommend that you bring a bike lock, this can be handy if you go for a spin into town to be a tourist or if you just want to sleep easy! 

Q: How good looking do I have to be ride with you guys?  Is “REALLY REALLY REALLY RIDICULOUSLY” ok?  😉

 

A:  Please send a photo in to info@tourdefroth.org for us to make sure you are good looking enough.  If you are not, we can provide the appropriate face masks. You can choose from a variety of animals, if you don't specify your favourite animal you may end up with miss piggy your entire journey. 

 

*This question was asked as a joke, so we feel it is important to answer jokingly.

Q:  Do I have to be vegan to join the ride?

 

A:  Absolutely not! We would really love everyone to come along and enjoy the good food, the good vibes and experience everything awesome about living plant based/ vegan :)

Q:  Will be have access to the occasional power point to charge our mobile phones, garmin etc.?

 

A:  Yes!  Most nights we will have access to power points, we do recommend bringing a battery pack (portable power bank)

Q:  Is there a ‘typical’ time of day that we will start/ finish each day’s ride?

 

A:  Yes! Each morning we will have an organised start time typically between 5am - 5:30am *this can change at any time/ depending on weather and other variables.

Q:  Will we ride in separate groups? 

 

A:  We anticipate that there will be two main groups (a faster paced group and a bunch of crew who are choosing to cruise that leg/ distance)

Q:  Is there a minimum level of cycling fitness/ strength required to participate?

 

A:  Not really but it is ideal that you can stay upright.  We recommend that the appropriate amount of training is done, for the individuals daily comfort.

Q: Is there any particular bike specifications we should have?  e.g. time trial bikes and/or disc breaks ok? 

 

A:  All bikes are welcome as long as the participant is comfortable! 

Q: How many people do you think will be participating on any given day?

 

A:  Surprise!* :) 

 

*numbers vary day to day and anything can happen.

Q:  How often will we be able to do laundry (or how many days of cycling kit will I need to bring)?  

 

A:  We will have access to water and areas to clean clothes every day, so you can clean your kit in the shower with you or use laundry facilities at the campsites.

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