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Mống Cái-Cà Mau

Leg 1: Mống Cái-Tiên Yên

Leg 2: Tiên Yên-Hạ Long

Leg 3: Hạ Long-Hải Phòng

Leg 4: Hải Phòng-Nam Định

Leg 5: Nam Định-Thanh Hóa

Leg 6: Thanh Hóa-Vinh

Leg 7: Vinh-Kỳ Anh

Leg 8: Kỳ Anh-Đồng Hới

Leg 9: Đồng Hới-Huế

Leg 10: Huế-Đà Nẵng

Leg 11:  Đà Nẵng Quảng Ngãi

Leg 12: Quảng Ngãi-Bồng Sơn

Leg 13: Bồng Sơn-Quy Nhơn

Leg 14: Quy Nhơn-Tuy Hòa

Leg 15: Tuy Hòa-Nha Trang

Leg 16: Nha Trang-Phan Rang

Leg 17: Phan Rang-Đà Lạt

Leg 18: Đà Lạt-Bảo Lộc

Leg 19: Bảo Lộc-Sài Gòn

Leg 20: Sài Gòn-Cần Thơ

Leg 21:  Cần Thơ-Cà Mau

Leg No. 14:  Quy Nhơn-Tuy Hòa (95 km).

By this time, you should be used to spending many hours on the roads of Vietnam.  Having completed so many 100 plus kilometer days, anything less is probably considered a short biking day.  Don’t be fool with this thought.  This leg, Quy Nhơn - Tuy Hòa, although less than a 100 km, will put your biking muscles to the test.  You start off the day by biking along the coast of Ghềnh Ráng, a beautiful stretch of coast overlooking the blue ocean.  This road (Highway 1D), however, is an uphill climb, which eventually leads you back to Highway 1A.  The road on Highway 1A to Tuy Hòa is arid, filled with isolated stretches of sand.  The climate here is also hotter than previous rides.  Before getting into Tuy Hòa, undulating hills, some quite high, will have to be crossed.  Prepare your legs for climbing these hills.  Once you enter the town of Tuy Hòa, you will be rewarded for the day’s hard ride.  Tuy Hòa is a small town that is well known for the many small horses and oxens.  Here, you will see people still employ these animals as a mode of transportation and for carting materials from one place to another.  There is a rustic, western like feel to Tuy Hòa that is not observed else where in Vietnam.