Slice of PAI: The Hippiest Town in N.Thailand.

Pai is one of those places you pretty much will love or will hate. A fairly sleepy town approximately 80km north of Chiang Mai that has become more popular over the years. Although a tourist hotspot, it has still retained it’s laid back vibe, even during the peak tourist season of November to late January. The first thing (in my opinion) you may notice

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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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Girls On Enfields – Leh Ladakh, India.

Back in September I attended a talk given by two ladies; Sam & Janni, who had just returned from 10 days of adventure riding on 500cc Royal Enfields, in Leh, Ladakh (including Khardung La, the world’s highest motorable pass). But first, lets kick off with the excellent video Janni put together from her GoPro footage: Very cool! During the talk

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Review: Yamaha MT-07 (FZ-07)

This review was initially intended as a video review, but my mic placement was off, so is in written form instead (with some video footage at the end of the article). *WARNING!* I’m not so “savvy” with the tech-speak, so keep that in mind.. The Yamaha MT-07 / FZ-07 has garnered a lot of attention. It is a torque-y 689cc

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Phrao Loop – Basic Guide (Full & Half loop)

LAYMAN’S GUIDE series.  No waffle. Non wax-lyrical. Straightforward. Approximately 270km of some fantastic sweeping roads, makes the Phrao loop a great day trip ride from Chiang Mai. Some interesting stop-off points, views and photo ops to enjoy as well. THE PHRAO LOOP Whether on a scooter or a bigger bike, here is the Zed CM layman’s guide to the Phrao

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The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride Chiang Mai – 2016

(Images adapted from photos by Pandech Saleewong) Thankfully a dry day during rainy season, making Sunday’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride 2016 in Chiang Mai a pleasant day out. Over 150 riders congregated at the Goodview Village Restaurant, dressed dapper on classic bikes, for Chiang Mai’s second DGR ride. (Article for the 2015 ride in Chiang Mai here). The final sum raised

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