We will meet at lunchtime in Chiang Mai and get fitted to our bicycles. There will be some time to explore Chiang Mai in the afternoon and go for a ride around town. Today's riding will be leisur...Show More
After we leave Chiang Mai, we head east towards Lampang on the old highway. This is a beautiful tree lined boulevard stretching out in front of you. It's a fairly rolling road until approximately...Show More
Today is a tough day as we have quite a few hills to climb. We have three sets of hills and lots of undulating countryside. Some of the hills get steep towards the end of the ride so today is abo...Show More
Today we head even further off the beaten track today as we cycle on some of the most secluded and beautiful roads in Thailand. A canopy of palm trees provides some cover as we cycle past lush gr...Show More
The ride to Kamphaeng Phet is on pleasant country roads. Distances and gradients are easier on today's ride and we should arrive at the Diamond Wall City in time to visit and explore the city. T...Show More
We head into the heartland of Thailand today with our epic 165km journey to Nakhon Sawan. You will quickly understand why Thailand is the top exporter of rice as we pass through hectare upon hect...Show More
Today, we will start to feel we are approaching Bangkok. We ride through small villages and beautiful countryside but slowly you will notice the number of villages and people increasing. We pass ...Show More
Our ride today is a nice relaxing one as we get a glimpse into the glory of the Ayutthaya Empire by visiting the many temple remains. We visit Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, currently being used as a cent...Show More
Our ride from the north to the centre of Thailand snakes its way through areas undiscovered by virtually any tourist. Cycling on some of the most secluded and local roads in Thailand, we will pass through village after village unaccustomed to tourism. Witness first hand the simple life of Thailand’s countryside with the tranquility of rural Thailand that can only be experienced on 2 wheels.
The ride is challenging with climbs out of the countryside and long distances but you will be rewarded with some of the most picturesque and remarkable scenery anywhere in Asia.
The dry season runs from November to June, with little if any rain expected throughout the region for much of this time. This makes cycling a real pleasure during these months, especially early in the year when the weather becomes very warm. Cycling can still be enjoyed from May to June during the early parts of the rainy season as the rains tend to be short downpours. August and September are usually too wet to cycle.