Schools and University international program schools & universities schools & university international programs Schools & university international programs Your choice of country, your choice of time. If your school or university wants to learn about community development first hand, from local experts, then we want to help. Endless opportunities of education... We recently took 75 riders from Siem Reap to Bangkok in a ride to support local NGOs that we met, and learnt from, along the way. A new dimension in education We give students an opportunity to engage with local experts and learn in an environment like no other! This is not an aid program where we make students build toilets or to become instant qualified English teachers. This is a program where students remain students, but the teachers are NGO directors in remote locations of Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. With new found knowledge, and working closely with the locals NGOs, we explore opportunities of valued contribution from the students in digital marketing, PR, communications & branding.From multi-day day adventures across Cambodia, to 3 hour cycle events across Saigon, we’ll make it happen for you. The only requirement that we ask is that there is an element of support for local NGOs and learning for your team, as per the Social Cycles values. Let's find out a bit more... powered by Typeform Tell us what you're looking for... Click here Get in touch Name Email Message Send Name Email Message Send Get in touch Fill out the form on your left, or get in touch with us via the contact detail below: Brett Seychell +61 479 108 222 [email protected] Inspiration and possibilities AccorHotels, AsiaSocial Cycles brought all levels of AccorHotels team members together to celebrate Diversity & Inclusion. Over three riding days, the 75 strong team cycled from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, supporting and learning from 4 local NGOs along the way. AIA InsuranceAs part of a five day regional conference in Ho Chi Minh City, Social Cycles hosted a 60 strong AIA team on bamboo bikes, from one side of the city to the other. The event took three hours and supported local NGOs Mekong Plus and KOTO with information sessions and cooking classes included! Brett Seychell +61 479 108 222 [email protected] Hub, 696 Bourke St, Melbourne 3000 about us How we started Our purpose Your donations Responsible travel Meet the team NGO partners Private adventures Corporate teams Self guided destnations Cambodia Laos Iran Samoa Vietnam Mongolia Colombia connect Name Email Let's stay in touch Facebook Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube responsibletravel recommends Social Cycles Social Cycles Brett Seychell +61 479 108 222 [email protected] Hub, 696 Bourke St, Melbourne 3000 connect Facebook Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Name Email Let's stay in touch!