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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! With 2013 now finished, we have taken a bit of time to reflect on all of the changes that have happened in this past year. Here are some of the things that have changed at Soksabike… Staff In 2013, Soksabike hired 2 new tour guides (Pisal and Saram), 2 new managers (Kanha […]

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Angkor Wat Bike Race for Kids 2013

Angkor Wat Bike Race for Kids Soksabike sent three guides (Untac, Phearon, and Reaksmey) to compete in the Angkor Wat Bicycle Race and Ride for Kids in Siem Reap, Cambodia this year.  They all did great while representing Soksabike and Battambang in the race! Untac competed in the 100km race like he did last year. […]

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Soksabike Updates from September 2013

  Hi friends! Soksabike has continued to be busy (even in low season!) and we realized we have been neglecting our blog a bit. We wanted to send out a quick updates to all our friends, supporters, and followers who have helped us along the way! Soksabike Team Right now, Soksabike has 3 senior guides, […]

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A Great Big Thank You to ASUCD Bike Barn!

We are energized by a recent and tremendous donation from our friends at the University of California Davis’ ASUCD Bike Barn. Thanks to the Bike Barn, the Soksabike Office is now fully kitted out for Aaron and the guides to begin bike maintenance workshops on older basket bike models, and on our fresh Giant mountain […]

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A partnership with Grasshopper Tours

Proud to be partners Soksabike bicycle tour is a social enterprise doing a great action to remind Khmer people to look back into the past about their old transportation. These days, there are not many Khmer people interested in biking – most of them prefer motorbikes and cars. Because Cambodia is still coming off of […]

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First amazing experience of Flying Bike Race in Kep

On the 12 of May 2012 we were extremely excited to join a mountain bike race in Kep. There were 131 participants in total and four that joined from the Soksabike team – Untac, Phearun, Phalla, and Pheap. And we had another one more person from Battambang as well who joined in our group as well […]

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Biking to countryside

It will be an amazing experience to everyone who wish to see outside of Battambang. Along the way to the North of Battambang about 17 Kms from town, you will see very exciting landscape. To me even I was born in countryside but my favorite place is field and countryside. Whenever I live in town […]

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Guest blogger on a Khmer New Year tour

This week writer and blogger Jessica Dean (of www.blacksparrow.net.au) took a ride on Soksabike and had something to say about it. Have a look below! As a tourist, it can be hard to break through that invisible barrier: you are an outsider and you are cocooned as a traveler. How do you get into the groove […]

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Sothea’s analogy for learning new things

Soksabike has been super busy recruiting more super star guides for this years fast approaching tourist season. Our team of amazingly talented young characters is quickly growing. For the past 3 weeks our team has been developing and delivering training to the new guides joining the Soksabike team. This training has included everything from mock […]

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Bak Preah – take 2 for the Soksabike team

Remember the Soksabike team’s recent attempt to explore Bak Preah Village near the Tonle Sap Lake as a potential tour destination? Well it was exactly that, an ‘attempt’. However, we did stumble across an amazing fishing conservation project in a village called Rohal Suong. With the team still keen to show guests the livelihoods along […]

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