City slickers may not feel it yet but in many parts of the country people are well aware of the arrival of the cool season. The chilly breeze in the morning is nice when you are in warm clothes on a cosy sofa sipping a nice cup of hot, aromatic coffee. But when you're out on the road doing long-distance cycling, the same wind blowing in your face can be your worst enemy.
Nevertheless on Dec 2, the first Sunday of the year's final month when the cool season will be reaching its climax and the winds stronger than they are now, hundreds of fearless cyclists will be gathering at Farm Chokchai in Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima, to race their way to the podium of the 2nd Tour de Farm competition.
According to Chai Bulakul, managing director of the farm and organiser of the tour, this year's event will be completed in a single day to make sure nobody misses any part of it.
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