Zack Attack, Bangkok - Phuket Road Bike Training Tour Triathlon

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59,000 THB excluding airfare

Surcharge single room 13,000 THB

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  • Tour grade:
  • Duration: 10 days / 9 nights
  • Cycling days: 8 stages
  • Tour starts: Bangkok
  • Tour finishes: Phuket (Siam Bike Tours Shop)
  • Accommodation on last day: Book a hotel
  • Total cycling distance: 807 kilometers
Included services: Overnights, breakfast, insurance, minibus with luggage trailer, repair & maintenance, bike jersey, drinking bottle 0.75 l, SBT backpack, electrolyte beverage and drinking water, fruits, tour pictures, five star all-round service, presentations and training advice from Jurgen Zack, 2 x dinner on the tour.

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Triathlon / Road Bike Training Tour
Zack Attack, Bangkok to Phuket

A stunning journey along the coast from the City of Angels to the Pearl of the Andaman Sea.

10 days, 9 nights
8 stages, mostly flat, from 63 - 140 km (39 - 86 miles)
Total 807 km (501 miles)


  • Pulsating metropolitan Bangkok
  • Wonderful beaches
  • Stunning landscapes
  • One rest day
  • Two oceans
  • Cycling, run and swim training with Jurgen Zack
  • Training tips and lectures by Jurgen Zack
  • Suited for sportive road bike enthusiasts
  • 807 kilometres total cycling distance

Description of Tour Zack Attack, Bangkok to Phuket PDF


Bangkok, the pulsating metropolis of Thailand offers endless choices for excursions, temple visits, palaces, klongs, museums. With all the culinary treats one could desire, it’s a shopper's paradise with local markets and luxury malls. There’s the opportunity to visit the huge Chatuchak Market the Saturday before the tour starts. We recommend that you stay in Bangkok for a couple of days before the bike tour begins. We are happy to help you book your accommodation in Bangkok and can provide further information on request.
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Information evening before tour start

We stay in the 4* hotel on Sukhumvit Road in the center of Bangkok. In the evening we welcome you in the hotel lobby, where you will receive all the information regarding the tour, and interesting details about your host country. Afterwards we will hand over the team jerseys to all participants.

Tour information

Join us for this warm weather training tour for triathletes and sportive road cycling enthusiasts will be conducted by Siam Bike Tours with Ironman legend and triathlon trainer Jurgen Zack.

  • Possibility of extending cycling distances.
  • Cycling stages will be organised into 2-3 strength levels.
  • Run training with Jurgen Zack.
  • Swim training with Jurgen Zack.
  • Lectures and training tips from Jurgen Zack.
  • Maximum 40 participants.
  • High quality rental road bikes available.
    Temple in Bangkok
    Temple in Bangkok
    fish eye view of roof top bar high over Bangkok
    High above Bangkok, breathtaking view from Vertigo Bar
    boat on river in Bangkok, in front of temple at sunset
    River cruise at sunset

    1st stage: Bangkok–Phetchaburi–Hua Hin, 73 km (45 miles), flat (swim training)

    We leave Bangkok by minibus in the direction of Phetchaburi. The initial drive from the very heart of Bangkok to our start location takes about 1,5 hours. Our starting stage rolls along flat side roads down the coast to Cha–Am, and on to Hua Hin on low traffic main roads.

    Hua Hin, Thailand’s oldest sea side resort welcomes us with plenty of good restaurants, shops, and a 5 km (3 miles) long white sandy beach. In the afternoon, we will check in to the hotel and refresh ourselves in the big pool, or join Jurgen for swim training.

    Martin Brot and Jurgen Zack with road bikes in front of Siam Bike Tours' luggage trailer
    Martin and Jurgen wearing Siam Bike Tours outfit
    rice paddies with palm trees
    Rice paddies with palm trees

    2nd stage: Hua Hin–Prachuap Khiri Khan, 119 km (74 miles), flat (run training on the stunning seaside promenade, lecture on training and nutrition)

    After a delicious breakfast, we drive the first 13 km (8 miles) on the main road, and then continue riding on very smooth rural roads where plenty of shrimp farms shape the country side. We cross the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park and head towards the sleepy town of Prachuap Khiri Khan.

    We arrive on the  seaside promenade and ride on to our boutique hotel located directly by the sea. In the evening we have the opportunity to enjoy plenty of fine local specialties.

    cyclists group in front of rocky landscape
    Riding through fascinating rocky landscape
    sunrise at the sea
    Sunrise at the bay of Prachuap

    3rd stage: Prachuap Khiri Khan–Haad Baan Krut, 63 km / 115 km (39 / 72 miles), gently rolling (run training on the beach or along the beach road, open-water swim training, temple sightseeing on request)


    We ride along good quality side roads, and then continue on the main road. We then leave this road and ride the last 15 km (9 miles) back on side roads to the beach of Haad Ban Krut – our finishing point for the day’s stage. The tiny village is one of Thailand’s hidden gems.


    At the end of the idyllic beach, perfect for swimming, is a very nice hilltop temple site. Here, we enjoy the view over the enchanting bay and the surrounding area covered by green foliage. The resort is located directly on the dreamlike sandy beach, beckoning us to relax.

    sand beach with sunbeds and sunshades at the sea
    Take a rest on the sandy beach
    Jurgen Zack and triathlete running in the sea
    Swim training in the sea with Jurgen

    4th stage: Haad Baan Krut–Chumphon, 122 km (76 miles), gently rolling (run training on the beach)

    This gently rolling stage goes along side roads rich in variety. We pass many plantations, rice paddies and palm tree groves. In the little villages we are always greeted with heartily "hello's" from the locals.

    The beach of Ao Thung Wua Laen is our finishing point for the day and is located 15 km (9 miles) outside of Chumphon.

    fishing boats at shore
    Fishing boats
    cyclists group on country road
    Relaxed cycling along the beach

    Rest day in Chumphon (additional cycling, run or swim training on request)

    woman enjoys wellness and massage
    Relaxing moments during a wellness massage

    The rest day offers the opportunity to sleep in, relax or stay by the hotel pool. Nature lovers may prefer the white sandy beach and warm sea. Later on treat yourself to a massage! Those with energy can enjoy an additional spin on the bike, or run or swim training with Jurgen.

    Jurgen and three triathletes running on beach road
    Run training with Jurgen for unresting atheletes
    sunbeds with sunshade on the beach with sea view
    Pure white sandy beach

    5th stage: Chumphon–Ranong, 140 km (87 miles), rolling

    After 16 km (10 miles) we arrive in Chumphon, the capital of the province. The road gets a bit steeper and more technical as we go past exotic fruit orchards and tall palm trees with fan like tops. On the way we can taste the local Dim Sum specialities. We pass the Isthmus of Kra, the narrowest part of the Malaysian peninsular.

    Ranong is located on the Indian Ocean. Here we check in to the hotel, which offers Hot Spa/Thermal pools and a swimming pool. The thermal waters are widely know for their healing effects. We can unwind in the hot water pool or in the outside pool, or at the wellness facility for a well-earned massage.

    cyclists group on country road
    Long perfect roads
    green and yellow Dim Sum
    Taste local Dim Sum specialities

    6th stage: Ranong–Kuraburi, 127 km (79 miles), rolling (run training around the picturesque lake, question and answer session with Jurgen)

    We start with an easy ride on flat roads, with stunning sights in the rain forest. There is always something to see, whether it be monkeys jumping around the tree tops or elephants clearing the undergrowth. The last miles of our stage are an upward climb to our hotel, located like an oasis in the middle of the jungle.

    The beautiful resort is set in a splendid garden with a little lake and a swimming pool inviting us for a refreshing bath. Let the feeling of the evergreen rain forest sink in. The delicious lakeside Thai dinner buffet is included. After dinner, Jurgen will answer your questions in a q & a session.

    cyclists group in front of coconut palm trees
    Easy cycling under palm trees
    resort at lake in front of green scenery
    Beautiful resort with garden and lake

    7th stage: Kuraburi–Khao Lak, 74 km / 115 km (46 miles / 71miles), rolling (swim training in the sea)

    Today's stage begins with a downhill ride, which then leads us through rubber plantations, coconut groves and little villages. After Takuapa we will reach the Andaman Sea. Khao Lak, is located at the foot of the lush green Lamru National Park.

    The resort’s swimming pool and the beautiful white sandy beach provide us with the option for swim training with Jurgen. Jungle fans can explore the National Park on the back of an elephant!

    happy cyclists group passing along the road
    Happy bikers
    swimming pool surounded with palm trees and water splashing statues
    Recreation inside the pool under palm trees

    8th stage: Khao Lak–Phuket, 88 km (55 miles), flat

    We ride to our final finishing point on the main road towards Phuket. After 55 km (34 miles) we cross the famous Sarasin Bridge and reach Thailand’s biggest island. The exciting journey finally ends at the Siam Bike Tours Shop in Choeng Thale (Laguna).

    Proud of our achievement, but with a little melancholy that this incredible bike tour is already over, we lift our glasses and propose a toast to the tour.

    cyclists group on Sarasin Bridge view sea
    Crossing Sarasin Bridge to Phuket
    Arrival of the cyclists group in Phuket
    Welcome to Phuket island
    group picture of Siam Bike Tours' participants
    Successful participants of an experience rich road bike tour

    Jurgen Zack's Portrait

    Portrait Jürgen Zäck

    Jurgen Zack’s hugely successful career as a Professional Triathlete lasted over 2 decades. His broad experience from uncountable training blocks and competitions has lead him to his new profession as a "triathlon coach" taking under his wing a range of triathletes, from porfessionals to beginners.


    • First Triathlon in 1983

    • 8 times Ironman Champion (5 x IM Europe in Roth, 2 x IM Austria, 1 x IM Australia)

    • 11 times Ironman Hawaii Finisher

    • As well as 2nd place IM Hawaii 1997

    • POWERMAN Zofingen Champion 1992

    • Fastest Ironman 7:51:42Hours at Ironman Germany

    • Fastest bike split over IM distance 4;14:16 Hours

    • 3 times German Champion

    Quote: “This is not a honeymoon”

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