Describe a bike tour you would like to go on IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a bike tour you would like to go on.

You should say:
Where you would like to go?
Why would you like to go?
Whom with you would like to go?

Note: You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.

Model Answers and follow up questions to describe a bike tour you would like to go on IELTS cue card:

Model Answer 1

Introduction:
Well, bike tours are not uncommon these days as it is a very unique concept when it comes to exploring new places.

Why would you like to go? and Whom with you would like to go?
Unfortunately, I have no such experience yet, but I’m excited for a bike tour that I’m planning with my friends.

Where you would like to go?
Actually, I got to know about this from a travel magazine as per the article one can go on a bike tour in Manali which is a beautiful hill station.

It is for those who want to enjoy the pristine beauty of nature as travellers can easily hire a bike from rental shops in Manali along with the road map to experience off-roading.

One has to cover an approximately 15-kilometre track which can be quite difficult but full of adventure. Following the bumpy tracks, one can reach a remote town on the other side of the hill for an amazing experience.

There are a number of photographs in the magazine to show what tourists can experience. First of all, there is a beautiful waterfall and a lake with crystal clear water, and it is very popular among travellers for swimming.

We would love to splash water on each other and have a lot of fun at this place. Another feature of this place is wild animals in terms of birds and insects. For example, there was a picture of a Macau. Which I would love to see with my naked eyes.

Conclusion:
We would love to take photographs of this place to preserve the memories the bike tour will help us understand how fit we are and if we could do it well we will surely go for more bike tours in future.

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Describe a bike tour you would like to go on IELTS cue card

Describe a bike tour you would like to go on IELTS cue card

Introduction:
Well, bike tours are not uncommon these days as it is a very unique concept when it comes to exploring new places.
Why would you like to go? and Whom with you would like to go?
Unfortunately, I have no such experience yet, but I’m excited for a bike tour that I’m planning with my friends.
Where you would like to go?
Actually, I got to know about this from a travel magazine as per the article one can go on a bike tour in Manali which is a beautiful hill station.
It is for those who want to enjoy the pristine beauty of nature as travellers can easily hire a bike from rental shops in Manali along with the road map to experience off-roading.
One has to cover an approximately 15-kilometre track which can be quite difficult but full of adventure. Following the bumpy tracks, one can reach a remote town on the other side of the hill for an amazing experience.
There are a number of photographs in the magazine to show what tourists can experience. First of all, there is a beautiful waterfall and a lake with crystal clear water, and it is very popular among travellers for swimming.
We would love to splash water on each other and have a lot of fun at this place. Another feature of this place is wild animals in terms of birds and insects. For example, there was a picture of a Macau. Which I would love to see with my naked eyes.
Conclusion:
We would love to take photographs of this place to preserve the memories the bike tour will help us understand how fit we are and if we could do it well we will surely go for more bike tours in future.