One World Bicycle Expeditions: Bicycle Tours for Adventurers

Explore The Beautiful Backroads And Fascinating
Villages of Thailand By Bicycle

Photo: bike on landspace

Picking tropical fruits from trees by the road and sharing them with giggling school children while you exchange impromptu language lessons, sampling the local fare and admiring splendid hand woven silk in colorful markets, kicking off your shoes to join the farmers planting rice seedlings in the muddy paddies, sharing impressions of the day's ride over a home-cooked dinner, then enjoying a peaceful sunset; moments like these combine to make your journey the trip of a lifetime.

Photo: ox and villagers

Our trips are not your typical tropical vacations

We carefully plan our routes to avoid tourist spots and take you straight to the real Thailand. Where farmers plow their fields with the help of water buffalo, you will ride over gently rolling hills past glittering temples and breathtaking views of the mighty Mekong River.

Overnight stays in traditional homes with Thai families allow you the unique opportunity to get to know your hosts as you experience their culture first hand. Join in such ancient rites as the Buddhist tradition of offering rice to the monks on their morning alms rounds, weaving at the family loom, or harvesting rice by hand with the villagers.

    Map of Thailand
  • Tropical climate, good roads, friendly people and world-famous cuisine all make Thailand the perfect place to cycle tour.
  • Small groups people mean the possibility for genuine interactions between riders and locals.
  • You do not need to be an experienced cycle tourist or serious athlete to join us. We ride an average of 30 miles a day, leaving plenty of energy to enjoy the time off the bikes as well.
  • We encourage people of all ages to join our tours.
  • Accommodations range from air-conditioned hotels with private bath to humble homes where the facilities are basic, but you will
    be welcomed as an honored guest.

Mission Statement

- To increase peace and understanding among peoples by bringing travelers and local people together at work, celebration and table.
- To open eyes and hearts to the rich diversity of life's interpretations.
- To assist traditional home-based agriculture and cooperatives by supporting local cottage industries, small businesses and the growing and preparing of healthful foods.
- To promote the bicycle as the perfect mode of ecological transport and discovery.
- To offer our guests the spiritual renewal born of exercise, good food, a new perspective outdoor living and gentle friends.

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Torsak & Katie Murray Tiparos 
31 Leeman Street, Portland, Maine 04103 USA
Phone: (207) 899-8540