Our latest Top Pick Event in Thailand is the Fixed Family Underground Alleycat. This alleycat race is strictly for fixed-gear bikes and is limited to the first 50 riders to register. If you aren’t familiar with what alleycat racing is exactly, then this may be the best time to acquaint yourself with this wild and fun type of night time city riding. View this and other great cycling events in Thailand on our EVENTS calendar page.
JUNE 21 – Saturday: Bangkok
Fixed Family Underground Alleycat. Underground fixed-gear road race being put on by the good folks at CUCA Bike and Bistro. Location: CUCA Bike and Bistro at Town in Town, Wang Thonglang, Bangkok. (shop listing can be found here). Contact CUCA at: 081-413-0308. Registration: in person at CUCA Bike and Bistro any day from June 11 until June 20. This race is limited to the first 50 people who register and show up on day of race. Fee: 100 THB. Categories: FIXED-GEAR bikes ONLY. Contestants are responsible for their own lives and property. Contestants must carry a bag for a special mission. Contestants must bring a device such as a camera (or phone) that takes pictures. The winner is the rider who collects the most points in the fastest time. View event poster here. Additional rules (including points system) will be announced on race day, June 21.
We have made this event our most recent TOP PICK because we’re extremely happy to see more of these grassroots type of events sprouting up around Thailand. Having sponsored the Hua Hin Alleycat for the past two years (and BicycleThailand.com will do so again this year, in November-watch for updates here) we’re well aware that these type of races place emphasis on fun and camaraderie while fostering support for local bike shops, clubs and businesses. Alleycat races the world over attract enthusiastic riders who are eager to have a night of fun on their bikes with friends rather than worry about coming in first place. If you are organizing or know of a cycling event in Thailand that you would like to see listed on our EVENTS calendar page, or as a future Top Pick Event, contact us with event details at Events@BicycleThailand.com
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