Nooh is a very funny and easy-going person. He is also extremely helpful, having rearranged dates so my family could be on a tour of our own due to my brother's young age. Nooh is very knowledgeable on Chiang Mai's history and culture, and is able to converse smoothly is English. He also holds a tourist guide license and has worked for five years at a mountain icing company also in Chiang Mai.
Bikes are in good condition. All have bells while some have gear. Helmets are also in good condition and have rarely been used.
There are stops along the tour so it isn't too exhausting. If you are not confident about cycling in busy roads, you can ask Nooh to cycle along less busy roads (which we did). A large part of the tour goes along busy roads, but Nooh goes slow and safe. Also, as cyclists have a priority in Chiang Mai, drivers generally let you pass and some will even honk to alert others to your presence. As long as you cycle not the left side so cars can pass, safety shouldn't be a problem. Parking along roads is common and legal in Chiang Mai, so when cycling in narrow roads with parked cars and traffic, be extra careful. Some roads area bit bumpy but should cause no more than mild discomfort. Cycling with heavy traffic so close can be a bit intimidating at first, but soon you will get used to it. For the same reason, I do not recommend beginners or young inexperienced children to join the tour.
Along the tour, Nooh treats you to some of Chiang Mai's traditional snacks and food. He also takes you to temples, the wet market, etc. My family and I requested a few spots and Nooh readily agreed. I think you can do the same if you are on a tour of your own party.
Do remember to bring sunglasses as the sun can be a problem.
Fee is reasonable at 1100 bhat per person.
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