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  1. I'm on my bicycle daily. Sometimes only 8 km, sometimes 30 to 50 km, more seldom more than 100 km and more. Most important is to separate the bicycles from the motor traffic. One reason is to avoid possible contacts with the motorised traffic because it's reducing the chance dramatically to have accidents with them. The other reason is, to avoid inhalation of the exhaust fumes. Stay on the traffic light and inhale the black cloud from a diesel truck is not fun and not healthy at all. A good model for bicycle lanes is Denmark and special Copenhagen, Denmark. A little bit more than 50% of the daily traffic to work goes with bicycle. Even they have cold winters and it's more uncomfortable to handle the clothes then. Much more easier in a country with "always summer on", like Thailand. Of course develope a network of bicycle lanes is a project over decades. The safety for the body, like helmet, is a priority for one's own responsibility. For a long time i've ignored the protective function of a helmet. Now i wear always a helmet, even for only some hundreds meter to go. A lot for bicyclist happens special in the last years. Much, much more has to be done in the future to bring more motorist on the bicycle and feel save. Not only for the own healthiness. Much more for our environment.
  2. Thank you very much to make a lot effort for sharing your experience from this trip. It's very helpful!
  3. The poster say January 2017 instead.
  4. Seems the poster was not attached. I try again
  5. jazZ happens!, Jazz Music in Chiang Rai It will happen at the weekend of 7. and 8. February Date: 7 February 7 to 10 p.m. 8. February 7 to 10 p.m. Location: Soi Sankhongluang 11 in Chiang Rai The YouTube Channel from jazZ happens! and the Facebook page with a map Attached the poster from the event (In Thai language)
  6. Thank's a lot Tywais. Appreciate the work of all contributors and your work too..