- Tear it up at Thailand's Hua Hin Alleycat bike race

May 25, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
A fast-paced bike ride called the Hua Hin Alleycat will be taking place in Thailand's Prachuap Khiri Khan province on June 2nd 2012.
Sponsored by K-Trade International and TSY Cycle Boutique, the underground courier-style race will be free to enter and welcomes all sorts of competitors, riding any type of bike.
Described by organisers as an event for "mashers, trickers and hipsters", the race begins at 21:00 local time at the Pone Kingpetch public park at Amphoe Hua Hin and will see racers competing for a selection of prizes.
Alleycat races of this kind have their roots in Canada around two decades ago and have since become popular worldwide, with the emphasis being on the fun of taking part, rather than the competitive element.
Those involved will also be presented with free spoke cards to commemorate their participation in the race.
Organisers have stated that the final route and additional details will be announced on the night, only ten minutes before the beginning of the race itself.
Competitive bikers can choose from a huge selection of Thailand accommodation at, such as the Centara Grand Beach & Resort Hua Hin.
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