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Partners and Supports – X Biking ChiangMai

Partners and Supports – X Biking ChiangMai

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Team – X Biking ChiangMai

MORE THAN A TEAM WE ARE FAMILY
“We are all from different places, but we are working together with the same passion for mountain biking. This is our little X-BIKING Family.”

Full name: Pornthep Chommuang

Nickname: King

Position: Founder and Director

Name: Neua Chaichol Panchareon

Nickname: Neua

Position: Partner and General Manager

Full name: Nattapon Tunyaum

Nickname: Sam

Position: Head Guide

Full name: Komkrit Pichawong

Nickname: Puen

Position: Transportation Manager

Full name: Tawan Jack Gregory

Nickname: Tawan

Position: Rider

Full name: Nicolas Casagrande

Nickname: Nicky

Position: Rider

Full name: Harry Papp

Nickname: Harry

Position: Rider

Full name: Henrik Moller

Nickname: Grandpa

Position: Photographer

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Booking – X Biking ChiangMai

Note that bookings must be made at least 2 days in advance, otherwise we cannot guarantee we can fit you into our tour.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Phone Number (required)

Tour (required)
1-Run Gavity Driven 1,900 Baht/Rider

(First) Ride Date(required)
Day / Month / Year

Number of Days (applicable to Tour 1 only)

Number of Riders (required)

Riders with own bikes ?

Riders with own safety gear ?

Hotel

Room

Rider’s Height (s)

Additional comment

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Trails, X Biking Chiang Mai

TRAILS
Doi Pui to Huay Thung Thao Lake (1&2)
Beginner 16 km 1,300 meter
A long winding run with beautiful views of the mountain and through the lychee orchard down to Huay Tueng Tao Lake. If you’re looking for a relaxing mix of gentle downhill and a little cross-country, these two trails are perfect.

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Rentals X Biking Chiang Mai

RENTALS
If you DON’T have your own bike and/or safety gear, we can provide this for you. Bike and protective gear rental is 900 baht/day.
CROSS-COUNTRY BICYCLES
Cross-country bicycles are some of the lightest mountain bikes, typically between 7 and 16 kilograms (15 and 35 lb). They usually feature suspension forks in front and sometimes have suspension in the rear. In both the front and rear, most XC bicycles have approximately 100 millimetres (10.0 cm; 3.9 in) of suspension travel, although some riders prefer 125 to 150 millimetres (12.5 to 15.0 cm; 4.9 to 5.9 in) of travel as bicycle frame strength and technology advance. The geometry of the frames generally place the rider in a little more upright position than on a road bicycle but much less than on a downhill bike.
Bicycle helmets are often used for cross-country riding. However, XC riders only rarely wear full-face helmets and do not wear the full body “armour” employed by downhill riders. Cross-country cyclists are more prone to injuries than road cyclists; however, the injuries sustained by XC riders are usually not as severe.

DOWNHILL BICYCLES
A downhill bike (also known as a downhill mountain bike) is a full suspension bicycle designed for downhill cycling on particularly steep, rocky trails. Unlike a typical mountain bike, durability and stability are the most important design features, compared to lighter, more versatile cross-country bikes. Downhill bikes are primarily intended for high speed descent, and downhill riders will usually push, or shuttle via chairlifts or motorized vehicles, to the trailhead. Downhill bikes are also very similar to freeride bikes due to large strong frames and more travel.

TRAIL/ALL-MOUNTAIN BIKE
Our go to bike for a “do it all” kind of a day. Trail bikes are very capable in steep descent as well as getting you back up to the top of the hills. With travels ranging from 120-180 mm, trail bikes are not easy to define. What we offer is the Polygon Siskiu T7 with travels of 150 mm front and rear. This bike is more than capable of descending even the roughest of terrains. A very playful ride that will surely put smiles on your face.

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Tours, X Biking, Chiang Mai, Lake,Trail, Downhill,Service, Promotions

GRAVITY DRIVEN
1-RUN 1,900
Full Day 2,900
Want to try more aggressive and challenging trails? Sign up and you will have a lot of fun with us! Perfect for anyone looking for some of challenges.
Rocks, roots, ruts, gnar, stoke… you name it! We got many sweet trails for you to try. Maybe up to 3 RUNS (depend on the group speed) for a full day of laughs and smiles!

Includes enduro or DH bike, protective gears, lunch, drinks, hotel pick-up/drop-off, guide(s) and national park fees

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FAQs – X Biking ChiangMai

FAQS
Frequently Asked Question

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Map – X Biking ChiangMai

MAP
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Bikes & Gear – X Biking ChiangMai

BIKES & GEAR
What you should know about?

Which bike should I ride ?

Since all trails are NATURAL , some of them may contain a few gentle inclines, so the ideal weapon is a freeride bike with 6 or 7 inches of travel. Nearly just as good is a full-on DH bike, which is what most of the local riders use.
Bikes-gear
Anything less than an all-mountain bike is not suitable for the DH trails in the area.
Nothing’s ever as comfortable as your own bike, so if you have a bike that suits our kind of riding, by all means bring it with you, but make sure it is in good working order. It is worth having it serviced before your trip, certainly if you come riding for multiple days.
Bring spares, especially brake pads. The shops in town carry some elementary spares, but they generally don’t stock specialty items, so we recommend you bring those yourself. You don’t want to have your biking holiday cut short because you’ve run out of spares.

Which protective gear do I need ?
In terms of protection, you shouldn’t hit the trails without at least:

full-fingered gloves
knee/shin pads
a full face helmet
goggles, or sunglasses for those who really don’t like to wear goggles
In addition, we highly recommend:
elbow pads
chest & shoulder protector
As an alternative to these, you can wear a body armour suit, which generally provides elbow, shoulder and chest protection all in one.

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Practical Information – X Biking ChiangMai

PRACTICAL INFORMATION
MAP
Our office location.

BIKES & GEAR
What you should know about?

FAQS
Frequently Asked Question