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Bangkok to Phuket East Coast

A stunning, flat coastal ride from the “City of Angels” to southern Thailand on the Andaman Sea. Discover gorgeous beaches on both the Pacific and Indian oceans and the Khao Sok National Park. 

Chiang mai Mountain Tour

This Chiang Mai cycling tour is a thrilling adventure in the mountains of Northern Thailand! The excellent roads make every altitude difference a pleasure...

Krabi to Lanta Island

Krabi is the most relaxing part to be in all of Thailand, it is a province that has island the most stunning. scenery imaginable, beautiful white beaches...

Phuket Khao Sok National Park

A condensed way of getting to know many of Southern Thailand's gems. In just four days you will get a glimpse of what the country has to offer: the breathtaking view over the Phang Nga Nature Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its countless limestone islands, and a subsequent boat tour


The beautiful Andaman Coast of Thailand sets the stage for the journey, with sunny white-sand beaches and impressive limestone formations rising from the ocean. Ride on quiet coastal roads, through tranquil forests and National Parks in a region of the country well-off the tourist trail. The days are as long as they are peaceful and flat in South Thailand but experience the local culture-and the terrain- begin to morph as the route heads further south toward

Easthern of thailand Cycling

Eastern Thailand is made up of plains and hilly regions, the Chantaburi mountain range forming a natural demarcation line between Thailand and Cambodia. Khao Yai National Park is rich in biodiversity, in which elephants and monkeys roam freely...

Miracle of the Mekong River

During this cycle route, we mostly follow this legendary water stream. The Mekong River, the main artery of water in Southeast Asia, forms the natural border between Thailand and Laos. A stunning route starts in Udon Thani. Most of the inhabitants work in agriculture and are well known for their heart-warming hospitality. We pedal on low traffic, rural roads along the Mekong River and into the "Emerald Triangle", an area where the borders of Laos, Cambodia and Thailand meet. We cruise through gorgeous nature with rice fields, plantations and magnificent temples.