We propose some of the rides we believe having excellent roads and fantastic countryside.
Our priorities in selecting our routes guarantee you maximum safety and exciting rides on different kind of terrain, from scenic riverside roads, through forests, up challenging climbs.
Upon your request we can advise for customized tours of your preference.
We have classified our tours in:
-Flat/Rolling -Flat/Hilly -Mountain
We will tell you in advance how long is the tour so that you can decide whether it is OK.
We also give you an estimated time to achieve the tour so that gives you an idea.
Route: Flat/Rolling Distance: 75km Time: 3:00 h.
A relaxed first part ride along a scenic river Ping road. Then through Lanna villages you come across the Grand Canyon, a recently established water park . From here you have a rolling section through a dense forest. On a quite back road you arrive at Wat Umong, an important meditation temple settled in a middle a lush forest. You have time to explore this magnificent site before return to your hotel across the city center.
Route: Flat/Hilly Distance: 100km Time: 4:00 h.
As soon as you leave the city this medium long ride heads to quiet backroads surrounded by charming rice fields. You climb up a main temple in Doi Saket, where you can catch a magnificent view over the valley and on a rolling road you will enjoy riding across a lush green area with a few water reservoirs. You then arrive at the famous Sankhanpheng Hot Spring where you have the option to relax your feet on the Sulphur waters. Along a quite canal road and on a busier villager’s road you reach Chiang Mai.
Route: Mountain Distance: 90km Time: 3:00 h.
A pretty medium long breath taking ride. Most probably one of the most challenging ride (with an elevation of 1400 m.) and one you can’t miss if you visit Chiang Mai for the first time. Passed the Royal Flora and the Night Safari Park the road goes gradually up, you will face two major climbs on a well surfaced road along a dense forest and gorgeous valleys. Once you reach the major view point, where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Himalayan Foot Hills you have a long descent going through hills villages. We have time for a well deserved coffee break before return on a major road to Chiang Mai.
Route: Flat/Hilly Distance: 110km Time: 4:00 h.
This ride brings you to one the largest Elephant’s camps area in Thailand. First part is fairly flat all the way by the side of a Canal Road. Then on the way to the Elephant Camp you have a few nice hills to climb with an outstanding hill top temple and the Mae Wang river by the side. Once you reach the Camp, you can enjoy a cup of Hilltribe coffee next to a suspended bridge . Back to Chiang Mai along the scenic Ping river road.
Route: Flat/Hilly Distance: 140km Time: 5:00 h.
Our longest proposed tour brings to the North. First part is completely flat along the mighty Ping River, then you continue on a country side irrigation canal road. From the end of the canal, the road has a few ups and downs before reach your destinations about half way of the tour, Mae Ngat Dam reservoir. After a short break by this beautiful lake the second part of the tour goes across a farmland area before a couple of slopes that bring you to the Pai road. We return towards Chiang Mai on an entertaining rolling road.
Route: Mountain Distance: 85km Time: 3:30 h.
This is another amazing mountain ride with the most outstanding view you can have around Chiang Mai with serious challenging climbs that will test your climbing ability. You ride through a few mountain hill tribe villages and reach an Agricultural Royal Project Station above 1300m. You then descend along the gorgeous Mae Sa Valley pass an Elephant Camp and Mae Sa Waterfall.