Its a bit surprising to me that bicycles are not a very popular mode of transport in Bangkok...the city roads are completely flat; road pavement is generally in good condition; traffic congestion is often such that a bicycle can outpace a motor car.
This is a typical bicycle in Thailand...made locally, or in China, it is very sturdy, uncomplicated, functional...it is a free-wheel, single-speed machine...it is equipped with safety bell, safety lights, enclosed chain, stand, front and rear luggage facilities, dual brakes, dual water-guards.
It costs about US$35 to purchase new, and can be expected to provide years of trouble-free transport.
A tiny additional investment will convert the rear luggage facility into a functional extra seat.
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