Meet at the hotel in Bangkok and catch the transfer to Petchaburi. Leaving the vibrant Bangkok ensures your first ride will be in a more peaceful environment, a beautiful beach leading you to Cha-am and Hua Hin.
Today's cycling is approximately 67km with an elevation gain of 194m.
It's time to head to Hua Hin and Sam Roi National Park, famed for its incredible limestone peaks, which you will cycle under. Immerse yourself in the serenity of this National Park and take in its beauty. The afternoon cycle takes you along the beach to Prachuap, where you can enjoy a delicious locally sourced seafood dinner.
Today's cycling is approximately 116km with an elevation gain of 486m.
Another day and another stunning beach, for the first part of the ride at least. You'll abandon the popular tourist areas for tranquil white sand beaches with crystal turquoise sea and spend the night in a rustic boutique hotel.
Today's cycling is approximately 78km with an elevation gain of 300m.
After an intense few days you deserve some relaxation time. Whether you spend it on the beach, in the hotel salt pools or exploring the surrounding villages is entirely up to you.
Today's coastal ride explores quiet roads with the backdrop of rugged mountains. You'll cycle through Thailand's narrowest area, close to the border with Myanmar, ending slightly north of Chumpon.
Today's cycling is approximately 118km with an elevation gain of 693m.
At 44km wide, the Isthumus of Kra is Thailand's narrowest point and separates the Adaman Sea from the Gulf of Thailand. From here, prepare for some exciting and tropical cycling, including a spiraling road through a jungle and a trip to the Pun Ya Ban Waterfall. The day will end in the spa town of Ranong, where you can ease your muscles in a hot spring mineral pool.
Today's cycling is approximately 139km with an elevation gain of 1,142m.
Today's cycling takes you through endless valleys and twisting roads, with infrequent hills and descents to keep it unpredictable. You'll encounter many children and locals wanting to catch a glimpse of 'farang' (foreigners). Enjoy some down time tonight in our hotel tucked in a valley and enclosed by rain forest.
Today's cycling is approximately 125km with an elevation gain of 1,052m.
Moving further south, the picture postcard valleys and rubber plantations en route to Khao Lak will give you the feeling of calm and tranquillity. The areas you'll cycle through today were some of the worst affected during the catastrophic 2004 tsunami and it's phenomenal how fast they have managed to reconstruct the damage.
Today's cycling is approximately 89km with an elevation gain of 509m.
Your final day cycling and there are a few final hills left to complete! After that, it's flat land all the way to the stunning island of Phuket. The largest Thai island, connected to the mainland by a bridge it's renowned for being a 'tropical paradise' and is sure to live up to the (high) expectations.
Today's cycling is approximately 118km with an elevation gain of 654m.
The white sand beaches and crystal blue seas make Phuket the perfect place for rest and relaxation after a hard week's cycling. It will be time to say goodbye to your fellow cyclists after an incredible trip.
Our ride from the the hustle and bustle of Bangkok to the beaches takes you along 850km of tropical shoreline. Large towns give way to small fishing villages and quiet beach life. Enjoy the warm sunshine in your back and eat fresh local cusiine every day on this epic ride to the beaches.
Central Thailand has a tropical climate with fairly high humidity and there are three seasons. From March to June it is hot and dry, with temperatures between 27 and 40C. The rainy season is from July to October, but temperatures are slightly lower, because of the effect of the rain. During this time it will not rain continuously, but in sharp bursts, and the sun can come out quickly. The cooler season is from October to February, with average temperatures between 20 and 30C.