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Friday, February 2, 2018 | Michael Göbel | Asia

Day 9 - Mae Sariang - Chiang Mai - 270 km


Unfortunately our last riding day. On the way back to Chiang Mai we rode up to the highest peak of Thailand ,the over 2500 meters high Doi Inthanon with a great view from the top. One more really twisty road lead us back to our starting point. The biggest challenge was the city traffic in the heat, but everybody made it safe back to the hotel. 

The tour is over and we had a great time in the Land of smile. 

Daisy with her New dress

Day 8 - Pai - Mae Sariang - 280 km


The Mae Hongson loop today was even better than the road of the thousand curves yesterday. So much fun to ride. And on top of it we visited a Long Neck hilltribe village by boat and had lunch there. At night we had a candlelight dinner because the whole town was without electricity for quite a while 

Daisy is shopping
Look at the shirt
Candlelight dinner

Day 7 - Doi Angkhang - Pai - 280 km


Another full riding day with some challenging backroads and the road of the thousand curves. But we still had time to swim in a beautiful waterfall and have a nice lunch in the wilderness cafe.

Elephant is checking the bikes
Honeymoon again
Nightmarket in Pai

Day 6 - Chiang Khong - Doi Angkhang - 300 km


A day full of highlights,  Golden Triangle,  where Laos,   Myanmar and Thailand Meeting, famous for opium production in the past, riding along the Myanmar border on old smuggler trails and of course excellent riding all day long. We ended up in Doi Angkhang,  a royal projekt with the royal gardens. A spektakular very steep road led us up here. 

Day 5 - Nan - Chiang Khong - 330 km


Today we went North following the border to Laos for a weile and enjoying the lookout of Pu Chi Fa, a vertical cliff at the Lao border. To be honest, not everybody did the steep climb up to the top. The rest of the day was pure riding fun. We reichen the famous Mekong in the afternoon and the dinner at the Mekong terrasse of our hotel was very nice. 

Group picture at a lookout
Michel wearing a local ear warmer
The Mekong
Pool Billard time

Day 4 - Restday in Nan - 290 km


Our first and only restday of the tour,  but only very few had a rest, the rest went South along the boarder to Laos on fantastic roads. A little rain shower but mostly dry. We had a very local lunch along the way and all the riders were happy after that ride.

Day 3 Chiang Kham -  Nan - 300 km

A day in motorcycle paradise. The highlight 1148 is a dream road, really twisty with great scenery. Rollercoaster like it is meandering through the jungle and over the mountains. 

What a perfect day! 





Daisy enjoying her coffee

Dinner at a local Restaurant in Nan. 

Diego and Marcela looks like a Honeymoon couple!

Day 2 

Chiang Mai - Chiang Kam - 310 km

The first day on the road. Intense city traffic out of Chiang Mai, than great roads in the mountains, lunch at a waterfall and a nice dinner at Rico Resort. 

Ready to go
Group picture with monk
Bootbeer time

Day 1 Arrival in Chiang Mai 

The group made it from all over the world to Chiang Mai. After the welcome briefing everybody is excited about tomorrow. 

Our Extreme group: James and Daisy from California, Paul and James from Florida,  Eric from Switzerland, Craig from Australien, Wolfgang and Johann from Germany, Michel from the Philipines,. Noenpoo from Thailand, Peter from Belgium, Leo, Marcela, Diego and Marcela from Argentinien.

15 people from 7 different countryside, what an international group!

Our hotel in Chiang Mai
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Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 10:08

Lovely to see what we will expect on our November tour.
Friday, February 2, 2018 at 04:17

We would call this tour “the land of zero chicken strips”

Jim Sullivan
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 00:43

Now I know what a goat trail is!
Michael Maximilian Kreuzmeir
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 14:46

Michael Göbel tends to find one on EVERY tour there is!
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 16:38

We are having a great time!
Michael Kreuzmeir
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 10:30

Hello James and Daisy!
So happy to see you on another tour!
I'm coming to Chiang Mai on February 11th.
Too late to meet I guess - again after your tour in Munich.
We have to work on that!
I hope you are all having a great tour and awesome holidays in Thailand!
All the best, Michael
Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 19:24

Michel wearing a local ear warmer - a new fashion-trend ? ..... Phippu
Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 17:29

Hi Daisy, hi James, best wishes from your breakfastfriend from our alaskatour At this time i am with edelweiss in south afrika. Have a good trip. Thomas
Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 12:41

This has been a great ride so far. We had no idea that Thailand had such great roads. Goat trails to follow?
Pierre Baumgärtner
Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 13:02

Hello Daisy and James,
glad to see you on your next Adventure...... Keep on ... its a bit different then the St James way.....
Big Hug, Pierre
Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 07:53

I’m so happy to see what a great time my Dad Michel Miloda is having! I’m loving all the photos and impressions! Looks like you’re all having such a good time! Safe travels!
Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 01:37

Thank you Gabriela, it is really so enjoyable. Good luck with your project too!
Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 02:09

Wow this looks amazing! Enjoy the ride!
Love from Hong Kong,
Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 01:40

HI Sandra, thank you, it's a taste of more to come. Take care ...


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