Bangkok Bicycle Exhibition for Cycling Lovers from 2-5 May 2013

April 23, 2013


“Bangkok Bike 2013”, from 2-5 may,  is a major event for bike and travelling lovers where over 200 booths will display and highlight many products and services. This is the only event that had its own dedicated Bike Lane which will be set up for cyclists to visit and buy goods around the Exhibition Hall at Impact Muang Thong Thani. The main sponsors are Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Thai Cycling for Health Association. The event aims to promote the campaign for Thais and foreign tourists to travel by bike around Thailand. The TAT will arrange activities to entertain cyclists under the Theme “Let’s Go Green” or “Biking tour sustains Thailand”. The theme is to recommend interesting routes in five regions by illustrating the beautiful scenic routes and sightseeing places as a virtual site.

The organizers of Bangkok Bike 2013, “Bicycle Exhibition for cycling lovers” have arranged for manufacturers, importers and leading agents to join and sell models of bikes by over 10 brands like LA Bicycle, manufacturer and distributor of LA Bicycle, Infinite, Raja Cycle, Manufacturer of Optima and Meadow and the major bike agent, Amorn Bicycle. Moreover, the imported brands like Specialize from Sport Bicycle, Brompton from One Fine Day Company and Tinywheel Company, Nirve from NYLA (Thailand), including Bianchi will also participate in the agent booths.

Apart from these, there are exhibition zones to display and sell products and services related to bicycles such as clothes, accessories, cycling gear including spare parts and gadgets which bike lovers can’t miss:

– The Bike Zone: To display and sell various models of brands bikes from Thailand and overseas. Special promotions, discounts, free gifts and premium.

– Biker Style Zone: Full collection of fashioned clothes, cycling gear and accessories are displayed for you to shop around.

– Biker Gadget Zone: Another zone which the real cyclists should not miss is the collection of gadgets to increase the capacity, safety and fun in bike touring.

In addition, the Exclusive Indoor Parking space is provided in the heart of the exhibition hall for over 200 bikes. The Indoor Bike Park is regarded as the first and the most exiting riding track in Bangkok. For more information, please visit

9 Responses to Bangkok Bicycle Exhibition for Cycling Lovers from 2-5 May 2013

  1. Jørgen
    April 23, 2013 at 11:45 am

    The “Let’s go Green” slogan suffers a bit by the fact that the exhibition is at a venue that can only be reached by car… ROFL

    • Richard Barrow
      April 23, 2013 at 11:51 am

      I agree there. That is why I thought it was strange when they talked about “bike parking”. I will have to drive there. Too far out of town.

  2. Chris LeFort
    April 23, 2013 at 2:14 pm

    Should have held it at QSNCC, would have been a much more accessible location.

    • Richard Barrow
      April 23, 2013 at 2:16 pm

      Either that or BITEC as both have sky train access which allows you to take your bicycles for free. But the TAT, who are sponsors, seem to prefer Muang Thong Thani for some reason. All their main events are in the exhibition halls there.

  3. Paul_the_Seeker
    April 23, 2013 at 10:22 pm

    Man, I’m going to have to drink a lot of fresh-squeezed juice on the day I ride there!

    • Richard Barrow
      April 23, 2013 at 10:30 pm

      I’m driving, but I might cycle in from the parking lot 🙂

  4. May 1, 2013 at 10:05 pm

    Paul, maybe take a bike on the train to Laksi and cycle the rest? I live about 35 mins cycle away, tempted to go just to see how many motorcyclists use the bicycle lane 🙂

    • Paul_the_Seeker
      May 2, 2013 at 12:41 pm

      Gordon, I’m coming from Khung Bang Kachao, so I don’t live close to any SRT lines. I would probably cross the river, get on the BTS at Udom Suk and ride it to the end, then cycle up. Meanwhile, drinking lots of juice…

      • May 2, 2013 at 2:48 pm

        Always good to stay hydrated 🙂 I live near a sky train line, unfortunately it wont be open for a few years. Some form of train transport to Muang Thong Thani would make a lot of sense as we often see the traffic on Cheung Wattanna grind to a standstill when there is a event on at MTT.

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