If you are a keen cyclist in Thailand then you should get yourself a copy of the excellent “Bicycles United” magazine that comes out about once a month. It is printed in both English and Thai and contains stories and interviews on anything to do with cycling in Thailand and the region. The magazine is free to pick up at selected bicycle shops in Bangkok and around Thailand. You can also download a digital version from their website. For those people who live upcountry or want the magazine delivered to their home, you can take out a subscription that basically covers postage. This only costs 150 Baht for eight issues which is a very good deal. If you are visiting the Bangkok Bike Expo this weekend at Impact Exhibition Hall 4, you can catch up with Kris Gomeze, the publisher, at Booth E16. At the same booth is the famous duo Paul Hamon and Natt Hamon who have recently just cycled through every province in Thailand.