Welcome to the Bangkok Hash House Bikers. We are a group of people who like to take our mountain bikes out once a month for a ride of 40-50km. At the start of the ride only the hares who laid the trail know where it goes. Just follow the shredded paper and enjoy warm and friendly Thailand. After the ride we 'circle up' with a few beers. You don't even need to own a bike to take part as bikes are available for rental by private companies. Don't miss the fun! Find out more.
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Transport to the ride. Andrew D will be organising a minibus to the February hash, leaving Saturday morning at 8am from Sukhumvit Soi 38 (opposite Thonglor). Other pickup/set down places may be possible depending on demand. The cost should be between 700 and 900 baht. Contact Andrew at a99duckworth at gmail.com.
|478/479||23/24 January 2016||Neil 'Weedeater' B, Lynda 'No Meat' S and Fausto I||AGM ride Kaeng Krachan||GPS data
|Sat 42km 382m
Sun 25km 340m
|480/481||27/28 February 2016||Lerm 'Dominatrix' S, Joris 'Stairmasterbator' L, Jens R and Richard 'Scrotum Dave' J||Hua Hin, Imperial Lake View Resort||Details Directions|
|482/483||26/27 March 2016||Jay 'Tender Nuts' P, Jenny 'Cranky Bitch' J||TBA|
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6 -17 April. Shoulder Shock (Jock) is organizing another exhilarating Hasher’s mountain biking tour in Nepal. Ride on exciting single track trails: first along the northern rim of the Kathmandu valley, and then in the Annapurna mountain range cycling alongside giant Himalayan peaks and through the traditional trading villages of Lower Mustang. Read all about it.
To download BHHB photos from our Flickr site just click on the photo to enlarge it and then click on the download icon at the bottom right of the screen.
If you own a Garmin GPS and have ever bought a map for it you have probably been shocked at the price. However, now there are numerous maps based on Open Street Map available free. You can download them here. Many of the maps can be installed on your PC so you can view them in BaseCamp and MapSource, and load them into your unit just when needed. For a description of the process look here.
Got a problem with a component of your bike but not sure what it is called? Get the answer here.
Bikemap.net. Snap discovered this interesting website which has GPS tracks of bike rides around the world.