Ladies Ride – The 1095 Route To Pai

Girl’s ride at the weekend (27th – 28th May). Three lady riders take a ride to Pai, including an overnight stay. Was a fantastic trip! 😀 We are now just at the start of Rainy Season in Northern Thailand and a few days before our trip there was an official weather warning about storms and possible flooding in Northern Regions. Not something to

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Girls Ride Out – The Mae Hong Son Loop. N.Thailand.

For those unfamiliar with this loop, here is a quick low-down: This loop is hands-down the most famous loop in Northern Thailand. Very scenic with lots of great places to stop off. I have a detailed guide to the loop HERE. This loop consists of sweeping curves and some tight twisty sections (my personal favorite) and boasts 1,864 curves in

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Chiang Mai > Mae Sai > Phayao > Chiang Mai. 640+ km

Conclusion (yes, im starting with a conclusion): Sore bum. lol. As a foreigner in Thailand, if you wish to stay for any length of time, you will usually get acquainted with visa trips. These can be frequent, depending on your visa type. For this particular trip i headed to the Thailand/Burma border (more info on how to do a border

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The Back Road to Pai: Samoeng > Wat Chan > Pai> Chiang Mai

Feb 2016 – Tail end of cool season. no rain. Route: Samoeng, route 1349  towards Yang Ha, continue onto Ban Wat Chan.Turn right on to 1265 to head to Pai.  The Rough Stuff: Resurfaced sections with intermittent rocky patchy stretches. Approx 60km between Yang Ha and Wat Chan the road gets progressively worse, with around 30km of bumpy dirt ridges.

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The Wiang Haeng Loop

Having heard that the Wiang Haeng loop was supposed to be a great loop and scenic, i thought it was worth a check-out. Turned out to be, for me, more challenging than i had hoped, and not in a good way. I had based myself for a few days in the beautiful area of Chiang Dao with the intention of

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