SpiceRoads Cycle Tours Opens Chiang Mai Office

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 3 October 2011

SpiceRoads Cycle Tours, a Bangkok-based specialist bicycle tour operator, has opened a new office in Chiang Mai, Thailand, to offer more cycling opportunities in and around northern Thailand.

 The expansion to Chiang Mai is a logical next step for us and makes a great springboard for travels to northern Thailand, said SpiceRoads General Manager, Struan Robertson. Our new location will allow us to offer a diverse range of cycle tours and our riders can continue to expect the same high quality experience as on any SpiceRoads bicycle tour.

Heading the Chiang Mai team is Damian Mulligan, a tour leader for SpiceRoads for the past five years and former owner of Crank Adventure Tours.

"We are proud to be joining forces with SpiceRoads and are pleased to be introducing a range of adventurous, original tours to our current catalogue," said Mulligan, a long-time Chiang Mai resident. Chiang Mai is already established as Thailand's adventure capital so for us to offer more ways to explore the region by bicycle is a perfect fit,

SpiceRoads will maintain a full fleet of Trek mountain, hybrid and road bikes at the convenient Nimmanhaemin location. Close to many restaurants and cafes, the office will be the starting point for a newly launched night tour, one of six new tours being offered by SpiceRoads from Chiang Mai.

SpiceRoads now offers a total of 16 bicycle tours that depart from Chiang Mai. These vary in tour length from half day to 11 days, to style of cycling from easy touring to mountain biking to road cycling.

The Chiang Mai office is located at 34 Nimmanhaemin Soi 7, T. Suthep, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand.

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