Photos Chiang Mai Bike Week 2009

Discussion in 'Events' started by DavidFL, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    At Triumph early on

    Happy-go-lucky, Paradorn Srichaphan (tennis champ & Triumph rider), & "The Bungies."
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    At Chiang Mai Bike Week, some other "stars"..

    TonyBKk & The Mr(s) Mechanic Crew
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    Other stuff I noticed = bikes & babes

    YAMAHA - The Big Pride
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    The Yamaha PG Girls presenting
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    The happy presentation of the first 2010 T-Max sold
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    BARCELONA BMW
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    Time for a drink
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    How bout a Spyder
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    Kwacka Time
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    D-Tracker 125
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    The Ambasador inspecting the KLX 125
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    A well decorated D-Tracker needing closer inspection
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    And the KLX looking prettier
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    The big Kwacka cruiser
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    AND Harley-Davidson..
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  3. Franz

    Franz Ol'Timer

    I think that the organisers will have to think hard about doing the CNX Bike week again on H.M. The King's Birthday weekend. Compared to Bang Saen or Burapha Bike Week, turn out was small, the venue isn't fit for this too. Although the manufactorers did a good job, otherwise there was not much exciting activity.
    Was surprised that BMW brought out the F800R although there's nothing on their website, problem is their attitude, you go there and nobody will take care about you or give you any detailed answer's to any questions you might have. So far the best exhibit was Yamaha's and second the small Kawasaki stand but also nothing exciting there.
    If next year's organised the same way I'm gonna skip it and instead go with my fellow riders on a tour.
    Cheers, Franz
     

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