Ayutthaya Historical Research

5. Kamphaeng Phet - Sukhothai Bicycle Track

TH | | 80 km

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Author: Ayutthaya Historical Research

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Route description

This bicycle track is a 80 Km bike ride from Kamphaeng Phet to Sukhothai, being the fifth track from the Ayutthaya - Chiang Mai Route.

We are leaving Kamphaeng Phet north-east via road #101 over Nong Pling, Phran Kratai, Khiri Mat. At Tanot we turn west on road #1319 and 2 km further at Si Khiri Mat we turn north via road #1272 straight to the ancient city of Sukhothai (Mueang Kao) via Thung Luang, Ban Pom and Na Choeng Khiri.

The tour will take about 5 to 6 hours depending on the weather conditions and your physical fitness. The track is fully paved. There are passages involved over main roads with rather heavy traffic. Be careful in these locations. Points of Interest are mainly for reference.


Tips and Warnings

Be cautious as traffic is sometimes chaotic and dangerous. Motor vehicles often fail to see cyclists and pedestrians, so you must closely watch out for them. Motorcycles are a common cause of local accidents. Dogs and potholes can also be dangerous, especially in remote areas.

Be visible and wear yellow or orange colors. Use flashing rear bike lights during your bicycle trip. It is inadvisable to drive at night due to the lack of lighting.

Weather can be very hot, so make sure to drink plenty of fluids and wear sun block. Cover the body parts as much as possible and wear a hat or even better a bike helmet. Stay hydrated!

Be sure to have a tire repair kit with you, as flat tires are common due to the badly maintained roads and the lack of bicycle paths.


Who are we?

Ayutthaya Bicycle Adventure, hereafter called ABA, consists of a small group of bikers with the aim to keep up the overall physical condition in an healthy environment.


Disclaimer

ABA will not be held liable for any loss or damage whatsoever regarding the suggested tracks. It is the responsibility of the user to take the necessary precautions to avoid any physical injury, traffic incident, animal attack, theft, and damage to equipment. Any reliance on the ABA's information is therefore strictly at own risk.


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