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More races to test your mettle

Travel log July 17, 2017 07:00

Stay fit, not fat, with Go to Race’s triathlon, duathlon and cycling tour races lined up for the second half of 2017.



We are half way through the calendar year with many more races and events in the second half of the rainy season to keep you on track with your fitness and adventure goals. Go to Race has plenty of events lined up including the Green Earth River Kwai Duathlon set to take place on July 30, 2017 and the Thailand Cycling Tour Challenge-Ratchaburi which will also be held on July 30, 2017. The Thanyapura Tri Dash is returning to Phuket with the second race taking place on October 21, 2017.

The Green Earth River Kwai Duathlon 2017 will take place at the River Kwai Village Hotel in Kanchanaburi on July 30th. Push yourself to your limits and beyond in this western province with a 65-km mountain bike ride and 10-km run through some of the most beautiful countryside in Thailand.

The Thailand Cycling Tour Challenge is being hosted by the Tourism Authority of Thailand in Ratchaburi province on July 30th. It gives a new cycling experience on a challenging course through attractive locations in Thailand. The first stage will take place in Chom Bueng-Suan Phueng, Ratchaburi with many awards and souvenirs waiting for you to take home.  The adventure continues on the second stage in Chiang Rai where the course is more challenging with higher elevation.

Thailand Cycling Tour Challenge is a high-quality event in Thailand for professional riders and passionate riders alike. Block the date and come to discover the charm of this challenging race, with many awards and souvenirs for participants.

The popular Tri Dash Triathlon series is returning to Phuket in 2017 with races scheduled for 20 May 2017 and 21 October 2017. Hosted by Thanyapura and owned and organized by sport event organizer, Go Adventure Asia, the Tri Dash is a sprint triathlon suitable for both beginners and seasoned athletes. The 400-meter swim is being held in a 50-meter pool providing a safe environment for athletes. The new bike course is a fast multi-loop course through rubber plantations replacing the very technical looped course used in 2016. The run course is also multi-looped and entirely within the Thanyapura complex.

For further details on upcoming races from Go to Race, visit http://www.gotorace.com/