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Paradise Bike Party

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Period:24 Feb 2016 - 28 Feb 2016

Address:61, Srinakarin Rd., Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250 Thailand

Tel:+6627871000

Service day:Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Service hours: 10:00-20:00

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In response to the rising popularity of cycling both for health and recreational purposes, Paradise Park shopping centre is holding the “Paradise Bike Party”, an event for bike lovers, until Sunday on the 1st and 3rd floor of Paradise Park on Srinakarin Road.

The event features a bike exhibition showcasing 15 creatively fancy bikes, including a modern bike — made of ash and makha wood — with its compatibility of various equipment or accessories. There is also a showcase of a recycled bike whose body is made of the steel of a hospital bed with an adjustable height function while its handlebars are made of the legs of a round stainless steel chair.

The Monster Bike, whose inspiration comes from bicycles that can move on paths covered in snow or on desert thanks to wheels which are bigger than usual and many other striking bikes are also displayed in the exhibition.

The event also features 70 shops selling bicycles, spare parts and accessories for every kind of bicycle. Moreover, the event also offers talk sessions in which three sports gurus share their experiences of biking. The topics include “Bikes as Sport” by Tassawan Siriwong, a triathlete who has won trophies following over 20 triathlon competitions; “Bikes and Safety” and “Riding Skill” by Nattapong Nithi-Uthai, one of the first campaigners for biking since 1989; “Safety while Biking” by Pitakpong Pataratharadol, a new-face biker who is becoming a rising star.

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In response to the rising popularity of cycling both for health and recreational purposes, Paradise Park shopping centre is holding the “Paradise Bike Party”, an event for bike lovers, until Sunday on the 1st and 3rd floor of Paradise Park on Srinakarin Road.

The event features a bike exhibition showcasing 15 creatively fancy bikes, including a modern bike — made of ash and makha wood — with its compatibility of various equipment or accessories. There is also a showcase of a recycled bike whose body is made of the steel of a hospital bed with an adjustable height function while its handlebars are made of the legs of a round stainless steel chair.

The Monster Bike, whose inspiration comes from bicycles that can move on paths covered in snow or on desert thanks to wheels which are bigger than usual and many other striking bikes are also displayed in the exhibition.

The event also features 70 shops selling bicycles, spare parts and accessories for every kind of bicycle. Moreover, the event also offers talk sessions in which three sports gurus share their experiences of biking. The topics include “Bikes as Sport” by Tassawan Siriwong, a triathlete who has won trophies following over 20 triathlon competitions; “Bikes and Safety” and “Riding Skill” by Nattapong Nithi-Uthai, one of the first campaigners for biking since 1989; “Safety while Biking” by Pitakpong Pataratharadol, a new-face biker who is becoming a rising star.

There is also a racing activity for child bikers, called the “Strider Mini Race 2016”, which is scheduled for Sunday from 1pm onwards. The Strider Race is designed for kids between the ages of 18 months and five years.


Call 02-787-1000 or visit www.paradisepark.co.th.

Location

61, Srinakarin Rd., Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250 Thailand

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