Danny was very good at communicating and organising us. He repeated most of the basic information enough times to ensure we knew what was going on, where and when we should be at all critical times.
During the guided tours he gave us plenty of the regional history but never too much. For me he judged it well.
I'd like more options on the last night, in Amman, one of our group said it was beautiful and she was the only one that saw it!
Trip notes were good but having completed the week there are a few bits I was less clear about and a little to add that could be useful.
My observation: People (who are not regular cyclists) with moderate fitness were challenged by the cycling whereas people who are moderate cyclists found it, umm Moderate! I think those less used to cycling did surprise themselves, They cycled over 200km in a week, and thats great!
For difficult hills, both up and down, the coach and bike support van was alway nearby to help with a short or long lift.
The bussing between venues was more significant than I realised. The cycling routes seemed to be chosen not so much for getting from one venue to another but the pleasure of the route. This is fine by me, I just didn't realise.
Additional talk on cycling for novices: there were a few in our group and our guide said our group was normal so I'd guess it could happen a lot. The talk to include additional bike info like; best saddle height, rear wheel braking down hill, how to change gear, choice of gears, and in all these cases why! Cycle support to give ongoing advice, ie keep adjusting saddle, watching for gear changing problems, esp on hills.