Burapa Pattaya Bike Week 2010

Burapa Pattaya Bike Week 2010 poster

The 13th annual Burapa Pattaya Bike Week will be taking place this year on February 12-13 at the Pattaya Indoor Stadium located in Soi Chayapreuk 2 in Jomtien. Billed as one of largest Bike events in South East Asia it’s expected to draw 10,000 bikers from all over SEA, America, Great Britain and Australia as well as 35-40,000 people attending each day of the festivities.

Pattaya Bike Week band list posterAs with previous years there will be a live music all day both days including local acts and western acts from America and the U.K. Included in the 2 day event will also be many other events including a Miss Chopper pageant and a tattoo show. Of course the main draw will be some of the coolest bikes in all of South East Asia.

The event will kick off on the 12th at 2:30pm and end on the 13th at midnight. There will also be a special VIP party held at the Hard Rock Hotel on Pattaya’s famous Beach road the night of the 12th.

As always the Pattaya Bike Week is sponsored and organized by the Burapa Motorcycle Club and this years theme for the event is Love Ride for Peace. Aside from all the great bikes and events going on the Burapa Pattaya Bike Week is also all about promoting bike safety and awareness.

Soi Chaiyapruk 2, Pattaya Google Map Location

For More Details you can contact:  [email protected]

For more information on upcoming Thailand events in February and the rest of the year please check out the Thailand Events Calender.

Pattaya Bike Week 2010 hot Thai woman on cool bike


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6 Responses to Burapa Pattaya Bike Week 2010
  1. Martyn
    February 6, 2010 | 6:38 pm

    Talen bikes are not really my scene mainly because alcohol is and the two don’t mix but seeing the cute babe in your bottom pic would get my intention straight away.

    Where exactly is the Pattaya Indoor Stadium in Soi Chayapreuk 2, Jomtien located. Is it on the outskirts or way back from the beach. I can’t recall ever seeing it.

    Love the bottom photo.
    .-= Martyn´s last blog ..Thailand’s Ghostbusters =-.

    • Talen
      February 7, 2010 | 12:15 am

      Martyn, you don’t know how long I’ve been waiting to post that pic :)

      I’m not exactly sure myself being as I am rarely in Jomtien but the google map link above shows exactly where it is.

    • wedding photographer Essex
      February 12, 2010 | 1:49 pm

      Pattaya indoor stadium is on the East side of Sukhumvit Road. About 3 or 4 Kms from Sukhumvit you will see a large building with a car park in front. Alternatively just follow all the bikes, you really can’t miss it.

  2. Catherine
    February 6, 2010 | 8:01 pm

    Talen, in reading your blog, it’s like there is a lot going on in Pattaya this year.

    I know that you were thinking about living along a quiet river. But are you considering living in Pattaya just for the events? Or maybe outside Pattaya, close enough to drive in for the fun?

    • Talen
      February 7, 2010 | 12:13 am

      Cat, a lot of these events have been going on for a long time it’s just that most don’t get any advertising outside of hanging posters and promotions in Pattaya.

      I’ll definitely be visiting Pattaya and or Bangkok monthly because I have friends in both places and I’d probably go bat shit crazy if I didn’t.

  3. Mike
    February 7, 2010 | 12:15 am

    I’m like Martyn with bikes, although we Brits also call a cycle a bike.

    The lady in the bottom picture would indeed make a good “station bike.” Which is a sort of idiom favoured by hot bloody British military types when talking about the virtues of a lady who is fond of sharing her favours around!
    .-= Mike´s last blog ..Things to Do in Thailand-What do you Recommend? =-.