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Travel without moving? Become a host on Warm Showers Thailand

In January 2013 we posted an article about how to access and use the Warm Showers Community website because we liked the reciprocal hospitality concept of the website so much – ‘The Warm Showers Community is a free worldwide hospitality exchange for touring cyclists.’ We’re proud to say that in early 2015 our webmaster, and […]

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How will Thailand and its Big Cities Deal with Increase in Cyclists?

TED Talks has an amazing collection of videos about cycling and its impact upon our lives, our communities, and our world. The idea that cycling is beneficial not only in your own life but also the community in which you live is an idea worth spreading, especially here in Thailand where cycling is currently experiencing […]

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121 Things You Might Not Know About Cycling in Thailand

To many people the cycling community in Thailand may seem rather small and ill-equipped. BicycleThailand.com is here to debunk that myth. We’ve combed through our Bicycle Shop index page to demonstrate just how many cycling related brands are available in Thailand. We have found very few bicycle industry brand names missing from this roster of […]

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Growth of Bicycle Thailand in 2012

I personally love looking back over old statistics and seeing how BicyleThailand.com continues to grow, and although it’s not making a profit and still costing us money each month, we all get a warm and fuzzy feeling when the numbers are up and our readers tell us how much they appreciate what we are doing. […]

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Cafe Velo Dome at Tha Phrachan Campus of Thammasat University

Coffee shops and cycling are always a wonderful combination. In Bangkok, Cafe Velo Dome (คาเฟ่เวโลโดม) takes this combination far beyond just being a place that doles out caffeine and sweet treats to its patrons. At Cafe Velo Dome the owners, employees, and baristas are all avid cyclists, passionate about sharing the experience of riding a […]

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Pisan Bike in Kalasin

Kalasin has a very large and well stocked bicycle shop. On the outside it looks like a normal LA Bicycle shop, but upstairs in the ‘Pro section’ they have the most complete amount of high quality accessories and equipment that I’ve only dreamt about in Thailand. I find that a fair amount of the bicycle […]

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Escape Bangkok to Phetchaburi – Bicycle Touring Route

This is my route to escape Bangkok towards Singapore via Phetchaburi, a distance of 139 kilometers with only 16 kilometers on busy Highway 35. Route: Southwestern route that takes you from Bangkok (Bearing station of BTS Skytrain) to Amphawa and Phetchaburi. Download GPS file here (Zipfile contains .gpx file format) Length: 139km Configuration: Point to […]

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How Cycling Can Help You Lose Weight

How I lost 10% of my body weight by cycling for a month! Many people spend hours looking on the Internet for the best method to lose a few kilograms. I’ve always been one to take everything I read with a grain of salt. The one simple thing that all of the weight-loss information does […]

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How To Join a TCHA Cycling Trip

Thai Cycling for Health Association (TCHA) regularly organizes cycling trips to different locations throughout Bangkok and its surrounding provinces. Most one-day trips are free of charge while multi-day/overnight trips remain relatively inexpensive. During overnight trips the accommodation is usually *very* basic, and riders are required to look after most of their own expenses, but it […]

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Top 13 Articles of 2011

As 2011 draws to a close we thought it would be a good idea to show you our 13 most viewed articles during the past 12 months. Funny enough these 13 articles alone consist of 13% of the total pages delivered to our readers. I guess you should take a look at these articles not […]

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Bangkok Hash House Bikers BHHB

The Bangkok Hash House Bikers is a mountain biking club that has been around for some time now. The club was originally started back in the early 90s by a group of hash runners who found that they also enjoyed riding their bicycles in the many beautiful countryside locations that Thailand has on offer. The […]

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Bicycle Thailand Anniversary

After Only One Year – Where Are We? It’s been 1 year since BicycleThailand.com appeared on the interweb. Since that time a small group of contributors have worked very hard to provide the English speaking bicycle community a website which is both useful and a little entertaining. Looking at our stats we’ve had over 950 […]

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