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Building and design plan of the longest bicycle lane in Asia: Cycling 5 Thailand provinces

The project is situated in the central region area of Thailand. The department of rural roads is almost ready to start building next year (2017). The design plan for this project began at the end of 2015 and is scheduled to finish at the end of this year (2016). The department of rural roads will […]

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Phitsanulok to Lomsak Road: The look of Cycling Switzerland in Thailand

Phitsanulok-Lomsak road or also known as the state highway 12, has been opened officially since the 12th of March 2016 by Mr. Arkom Tempittayapaisit, transportation and communications minister. This route is an important route because it is the East-West corridor from Myanmar to Vietnam. Starting from Myawaddy town, Myanmar passes though Mae Sod district, Tak […]

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Improved Bicycle Paths in Samut Prakan’s Phra Pradaeng District

Improvements have been made to the cycling paths in the Phra Pradaeng district of Samut Prakan province. Recently posted photos on social media show how the local government of subdistrict Bang Krasop (อบต.บางกระสอบ พระประแดง สมุทรปราการ) has resurfaced some of the area’s crumbling cement pathways, which are used by bicycles and motorbikes to traverse the canals […]

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Bicycle Park near Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok

If you live in a northern district of Bangkok (Don Mueang, Lak Si, Sai Mai, and Bang Khen) and are looking for a park that allows you to get in a few kilometers of cycling on any day of the week than you are in luck. The Royal Thai Air Force Health Park is open to […]

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Bicycle Lane near Bung Chawak Aquarium in Suphanburi

If you’re looking for a nice weekend getaway from Bangkok that would be good for the family and provide you the chance to bring your bicycle along than you should head northwest to the Dan Chang district of Suphanburi province. Situated on the border of Suphanburi and Chai Nat provinces you’ll find a lovely lake/reservoir […]

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4 Kilometer Cycle Path in Central Sisaket

Check out this beautiful cycling and running path around the Chaloem Phrakiat Park in Sisaket. The path is 4 kilometers long and is quite popular with cyclists, runners, and walkers during early morning and evening hours. Several provincial capitals in Thailand have parks that could easily incorporate a path like this, effectively encouraging cycling in […]

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Khlong Sam Wa District Bike Park Gets a New BMX Track

Back in August of 2014 we reported that a new bike park had been opened by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA). The bike park, which is located in the Khlong Sam Wa district of Bangkok, features a 4-kilometer cycle lane around the beautiful lake setting of Wareepirom Park. This area is often referred to as […]

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Test Ride on Suvarnabhumi Airport’s ‘Sky Lane’ Cycling Path

On December 22, the SCB and the Airport Authority (AOT) invited media personnel and VIP individuals to test ride the new ‘Sky Lane’ cycling path at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Sky Lane cycling path officially opens to the public on December 26, 2015 I enjoyed the test ride and wanted to share what I found, and what […]

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Downhill Trail on Khao Chalak in Chonburi province

The trails at Khao Chalak started out as a couple of dusty singletrack runs leading up and down the mountain but have now developed into one main Downhill (DH) trail that can be accessed from a couple of different trailheads. Some riders describe the trail that starts from the fire watch viewpoint parking area as […]

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Singha Park: Great Location for Cycling in Chiang Rai

Having read the recent articles about the 20 million Baht bicycle route project in Chiang Mai and the Pump Tracks that are popping up all around Thailand, I thought I’d share what is going on at the Singha Park up here in Chiang Rai. The Singha Park, sometimes referred to as Boon Rawd Farm, is a […]

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Bicycle Touring from Seoul to Busan on South Korea’s 4 Rivers Cycle Pathway

South Korea is a magnificent place to go on your next cycle touring trip. In less than a week a moderately fit cyclist with a minimal amount of equipment and planning can complete the route between South Korea’s two largest cities, riding southeast from Seoul to Busan, or northwest from Busan to Seoul. After checking […]

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Airport cycling “Sky Lane” to open before end of 2015

Latest report about the opening date for Suvarnabhumi Airport’s cycling “Sky Lane” is that it should be open in 3 weeks. So, perhaps we’ll be riding on the new 23.5km “Sky Lane” or the separate Training Track by mid November. We said farewell to the old green cycling path around Bangkok’s airport back at the […]

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55km Pranburi Dam – Prachuap Khiri Khan Mountain Bike Trail

55km Pranburi Dam – Prachuap Khiri Khan Mountain Bike Trail Route: Loop route around the Pranburi Dam in Prachuap Khiri Khan province. Pranburi, and Pak Nam Pran, are located just south of Hua Hin and home to beautiful beaches, lush mangrove forests, and river estuaries. The loop route around the Pranburi Dam can be ridden […]

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