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About Family Ride
Ever wanted to join a premier cycling event but worried about having to compete and race for a time? This is the event for you. The Bangkok Bank CycleFest Family Ride is a completely non-timed run ride for cyclists of all levels and abilities.
The Pattaya Road Circuit will be open to all riders 8 years old & above. With no timing riders are free to cycle up to 12km at their own pace with friends and family. It is the ultimate way to get into cycling and enjoy what we are offering at the Bangkok Bank CycleFest
Route – Road Cycling Course
Distance: 12 km
Location: Siam Country Club, Pattaya
The 15.5km route is set in and around the scenic area of the Siam Country Club/Plantation Golf Course and Waterside Golf Courses on smooth roads that provide a fast riding surface. The route opens with a short straight before making a 90 degree left hand turn. The next section will see riders making a right turn to a long straight on the main road – this will be a chance for riders to turn the legs and gain speed before the first U-turn. The route takes a windier journey through the golf course allowing for scenic views and nice riding. Riders should again be careful as they take a right hand turn towards the start/finish area. The end of each lap is a downhill stretch with a tight U-turn towards another lap or finish.
The Bangkok Bank CycleFest is a 2-day cycling event, held on closed roads, providing different category races on a good quality course and offering a unique riding experience for cyclists of all ages and experience levels.
The Bangkok Bank CycleFest accommodates racers of all ages with seven events over 2 days which includes both timed and untimed fun rides. Set on high quality roads around Siam Country club rider will enjoy races ranging from 12 – 62km as well as have interactive activities, food & beverage options and entertainment throughout to keep the festivities going.
Partnered with Bangkok Bank, the CycleFest will be the first international, fun for all families cycling event in Thailand.