Bangkok, Thailand, June 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- A bright new mural promoting cycle touring in Thailand has been painted on the front wall of the SpiceRoads Head Office in Bangkok. The scene is a colourful portrayal of their most popular tour - the Bangkok Jungle - which explores the amazing wilderness just across the river from the city known to the locals as Bang Kra Jao.
“Community engagement is important at SpiceRoads and we wanted to give a local artist the opportunity to give his very own impression of cycling in Bangkok,” explained Struan Robertson, CEO SpiceRoads Cycle Tours.
The creation can be seen on the front wall of the SpiceRoads office, Soi Pridi 26, and was created to put ourselves on the local map, interact with the local cycling community and sum up our most popular tour.
Local artist Qucan was trained at the College of Fine Arts in Bangkok and is well-known in the Thai graffiti scene. Qucan and his crew ‘Mmt Eb Omg’ have created numerous pieces around Bangkok and area.
This colourful bike-themed creation took only one full day to create and can be viewed on a timelapse video.
SpiceRoads is a specialist bicycle tour operator based in Bangkok offering a range of two-wheel tours in over 25 destinations worldwide. SpiceRoads tours cater for every level of cyclist and range from day trips to complete country explorations. Participants are invited to join tours with fixed date departures scheduled throughout the year, while private or tailor-made tours can be arranged for groups or individuals on request. The highly professional operation employs experienced cycle guides to lead all tours and has a fleet of well-maintained mountain and road bikes and support vehicles.