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It's November. Isn't it supposed to be the cool season in this part of the world already? Turn off the air-con and you'll soon be soaked in sweat! Still, despite the scorching sun who can guarantee that it's not going to rain today? 

Well, guess what? While a lot of Bangkok's mountain bikers and other cyclists are grumbling about the lousy weather, a group of freestyle BMXers just focus on riding.

Rain or shine, this happy bunch of bikers can always enjoy their favourite sport at an extreme park located within the premises of Hua Mak Sports Complex. This indoor venue, the only one in the capital that is protected from the elements by a roofed, wall-less structure and the second of its kind in the country (the other is in Suphan Buri), has been the playground for BMX riders who share it with fixed gear bikers and skaters.

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