Is cycling in Bangkok safe?

We chose our routes to avoid traffic. While there can be a lot of traffic in Bangkok we do find it easy to cycle in a safe way. We take safety very seriously and provide cycle helmets for all guests

Is it too hot to cycle in Bangkok?

While it can be hot we try to avoid cycling in the heat of the day. Most of our rides in Bangkok are at a leisurely pace and with lots of breaks.

What happens when it rains?

When it rains it often only does so for a short time so we will either take shelter or carry on. Many guest like cycling in the rain as it can be refreshing in the heat.

Do you have child bikes?

We have several options for children depending in their age. We have child seats, Child bikes (with or without training wheels) and we have tag along bikes.

Biking Grade Guide
1 chilli = Easy Easy

Suitable for anyone who can ride a bike and can manage a bit of exercise. There might be the odd climb and descent, but on the whole - easy! Distances of between 25-40 kms/15-25 miles per day.

2 chillis = Moderate Moderate

For the leisure cyclist who exercises regularly and perhaps goes for a weekend cycle trips on roads or trails at home. Fitness is more important than technical ability for tours of this level, as the road surfaces will be smooth and the hills gentle. Distances of between 40-60 kms/ 25-37 miles per day.

3 chillis = Active Active

Suitable for reasonably fit people who are confident riding distances. Longer cycling days mainly on tarmac, with potentially jeep trails, broken tarmac but no real off road. There may be some hills and descents but not too many. Distances of between 50-80 kms/ 30-50 miles per day.

4 chillis = Challenging Challenging

Long cycling days and tougher terrain requiring specific experience of more demanding and technical cycling. Vehicle support may sometimes be more limited; the routes can contain rough tracks, so some off-road riding skills are an advantage. You should be confident of your physical condition and bike handling skills. In some cases the distances may be low but due to heat or altitude, the riding is still a challenge.

5 chillis = Tough Tough

Serious expeditions designed for serious bikers, which are either unsupported or very long hard tours. Riders should be happy to undertake long tough rides up and down steep mountains or following very technical trails in testing conditions. A high level of fitness required, as well as proven mountain biking or road riding skills.