Mr. Hai owns the bicycle repair shop at 70 Bui Huu Nghia (‘Bicycle Street’) in Ho Chi Minh City’s Binh Thanh District. In his spare time he makes custom bikes for cyclists who are looking for something unique, but don’t want to spend millions on name-brand frames.
More than a year on from our cover story on cycling, we return to this growing trend to see how it is developing in Vietnam. Words by Evan Hudson, Duhwee Pham and Nick Ross
Despite much of Vietnam lying in the tropics, few of us make the trip to the country’s rainforests. Nick Ross and Glen Riley headed three hours north of Ho Chi Minh City to Nam Cat Tien and discovered a national park with much to commend itself on
Saigon Children’s Charity seems to get all the cool fundraisers, and this cycling adventure is no exception — five days and four nights of cycling Central Vietnam, including its picturesque peak trail, the Hai Van Pass.
KOTO, a charity aiding the development of disadvantaged youth through 24-month hospitality training programmes, is holding their annual fundraising bike ride on Nov. 8.
Cu Chi is the kind of excursion people often go on when first arriving in Vietnam, and never again. Ian Wills explores a deeper side of the experience, aided by a quirky itinerary courtesy of Grasshopper Adventures. Photos by Kyle Phanroy
The monthly bike ride inspired by Critical Mass that has reached 300 cities worldwide continues this month on Friday Oct. 31 at 8pm.
The monthly bike ride inspired by the Critical Mass phenomenon that has reached 300 cities worldwide continues this month on Friday, Aug. 26 at 8pm.
The crunch of fallen leaves is the only thing missing from this autumn freestyle on the streets of District 2 — and there’s more than enough funky weather here to replace it.