Thailand

Guided, Self Guided, Off-Road adventures.

Thailand

Motorcycle touring in Thailand is full of surprises – good paved roads, mountain passes, unspoilt villages, exciting off-road riding – it will change your idea of the country completely. And H-C Travel is proud to be the only licensed UK tour operator offering fly-ride motorcycle tours through this beautiful country. We offer both off-road tours and road tours, starting in Chiang Mai and Pattaya. Our itineraries will take you to tribal mountain villages, stunning temples, spectacular waterfalls, the mighty Mekong River, the Burmese border and much more. The motorcycle riding is as easy or as taxing as you want it to be, the accommodation is comfortable, and the food is excellent and very inexpensive. Walter, our guide, has been riding these roads and trails for many years, and will show you some surprises along the way. AND ALL FOR THE PRICE OF A WEEK IN EUROPE!

In addition, we continue to offer our 3-day off-road training course for road riders wanting to gain some off-road experience. This has got to be not only the cheapest way to learn to ride off-road, but also one of the most enjoyable and scenic. Northern Thailand is just always beautiful, and some say even falling off can be fun!

Please note that in addition to our published dates, we can run tours for small groups of 4 or more riders most of the year, either from our tour programme, or customised just for you (provided you are comfortable with the weather and riding conditions).

And if you would like to extend your stay in Thailand to take in Bangkok, the beaches or islands, we can arrange additional accommodation or tours as you wish.

Why tour Thailand

  • Ideal winter destination
  • Great value
  • Unique subtropical mountain scenery
  • Welcoming people

Why tour Thailand with H-C Travel?

  • Fully licensed and registered with the Tourist Authority of Thailand (TAT) and in the UK (TTA T7861 / ATOL T7002)
  • More than 15 years’ experience in northern Thailand
  • We speak English, German, Thai and Lao fluently
  • We don’t need a GPS to find the way!
  • Relaxed atmosphere, no pressure to achieve
  • Good, clean tour accommodation, you’ll be surprised!
  • Our well-maintained motorcycles are ideally suited to local conditions
  • All motorcycles are insured – not only up to the next accident (a common problem in Thailand)!
  • The right bikes with the right tyres!
  • Walter and the team, true motorcycle enthusiasts
  • Small groups of maximum 8 riders
  • Support vehicle

Your Guides

Walter Fenske was born in Germany in 1957. He trained as a mechanic and ran his own garage, and first came to Thailand in 1988 for a holiday. Walter fell in love with the place and became a resident in 1989. In the same year he founded a motorcycle garage in Chiang Mai together with his friend “Joe” Sauerborn, which also offered motorcycle rentals.

In 1994 Walter founded the oldest legally registered motorcycle tour company in Northern Thailand, and in 1995 H-C Travel teamed up with Walter to offer British riders the opportunity to discover the off-road delights of Northern Thailand.

Walter married Joang in 2001 and, in between looking after their pot–bellied pigs, she manages the business day to day. They are both committed to making your time in Thailand fun, safe, exciting and thoroughly enjoyable. We know you won’t be disappointed!

Karl-Heinz (Charlie) Blechschmidt is also from Germany and before he started work in Asia he travelled all over Europe and North Africa by motorcycle. Some years ago he took his first motorbike tour around south-east Asia and so fell in love with the countryside and the nature in this part of the world that he decided to share his wonderful adventure with other people. He married in 2015 and is now happily settled in northern Thailand.

Come with us and discover this part of the world, enjoying the nature and culture on beautiful roads by motorbike.

Websites

For UK government information and advice www.fco.gov.uk

For Laos tourism http://www.tourismlaos.org/

For Thailand tourism http://tourismthailand.co.uk/

For more information on our tours www.siamenduro.com

Towards the Sun

Embark with us on a unique 10-day motorcycle journey of discovery. Towards the Sun takes you through fantastic landscapes: visit waterfalls, hot springs, elephant camps and an orchid farm. Stay in beautiful bungalows and hotels and discover the fantastic cuisine of Thailand.

Highlights

Explore the Golden Triangle • Enjoy the boat trip on the Mekong Delta • Visit the largest limestone cave in South East Asia • Fascinating night markets

Itinerary

Day 1 Chiang Mai

You will be met the airport and transfer your hotel and depending on your arrival time you will have time to relax and explore the city before this evenings welcome dinner and a visit to the famous night bazaar.

Day 2 Chiang Mai – Khun Yuam

After picking up your bike head out into the mountains.  The first stop will be an elephant camp on the river, then onto a visit to a tribal village before lunch, at a roadside restaurant in the Doi Inthanon National Park. Continue the winding journey to the top of Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain at 2565 metres. On a clear day the view is spectacular, spend time around the two visible modern chedi, which were built to honour the King and Queen on their 60th birthdays. Head back down the mountain descending about 2000m in less than 30km on a steep winding road to our overnight stop in Khun Yuam.

Day 3 Khun Yuam – Pai

After breakfast get back on your bike for a day of pure riding pleasure. Visit the village of Karen before continuing to the largest stalactite cave in south-east Asia. Finish todays riding reaching Pai in the late afternoon, offering time to explore the town.

Day 4 Pai – Thaton

Today, continue on a breath-taking route through the mountains of northern Thailand, the next 100km has more than 750 curves.  From Chiang Dao travel along small roads, high up in the mountains adjacent to the border with Myanmar, to the mountain of Doi Ankang. Here you can visit a royal project where exotic fruit and vegetables are grown.  Finish today on a steep decent down to the small town of Thaton.

Day 5 Thaton – Mae Sai

Experience a very curvy ride on small paved roads today as you ride alongside the Myanmar border. Stop at the fascinating Doi Mae Salong, a small Chinese village which is dominated in Chinese products and an unusual sight to see in northern Thailand.

Continue your ride to the town of Mae Sai, which offers the opportunity to cross, on foot, into Myanmar to visit a local market. 

Day 6 Mae Sai – Chiang Rai

After breakfasts get back on your bike for a short journey to the Golden Triangle, formerly a notorious area due to the production of Opium. Catch a speedboat ride on the Mekong river to a small island, that belongs to Laos, and visit a local market. Visit the opium museum before the final journey, on good road, to Chiang Rai.

Day 7 Chiang Rai – Nan

A morning visit to the White Temple before riding one of the top 10 motorcycle roads in the world with great mountain views, little traffic and highlighting what Thailand has to offer. The overnight stop is Nan a town that has changed very little in the last 20 years.

Day 8 Nan – Phayao

Another terrific riding day, surrounded by stunning landscape and lush green rice fields, before a stay in a beautiful resort at the foot of the third highest mountain in Thailand. Take a boat trip to a Buddha Island where you can get a little more familiar with Buddhist rituals.

Day 9 Phayao – Chiang Mai

After a few kilometres make a stop at a beautiful waterfall before the journey back to Chiang Mai via some winding roads. Relax by the pool, or get some final shopping done before this evenings farewell dinner.

Day 10 Chiang Mai

Time to say farewell. You will be transferred back to the airport with great memories of this beautiful country.

*** ADDD TABLE ***

Price includes:

  • 9-nights bed & breakfast accommodation
  • 9 days motorcycle hire (Kawasaki ER650 or D-Tracker with liability insurance, CDW (excess €400))
  • Fuel
  • Lunch including soft drinks
  • Airport and local transfers,
  • Support vehicle for tours with 4 or more riders
  • English speaking tour guide and local support team.

Price excludes:

  • Entrance Fees
  • Myanmar Visa approx. $10
  • Meals not stated above
  • Personal items and expenses
  • Additional activities
  • Riding gear
  • Insurance
  • Flights, stopovers and additional accommodation which can be arranged through H-C Travel
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Ask, and you shall receive!

Questions & Bookings

Motorcycle holidays can be as simple or as complex as you want them to be and here at H-C Travel we’re happy to make whatever arrangements you want. We’re here to make organising your holiday as simple as possible.

Dragons Tail Off Road

This is our most popular tour, with superb riding at an excellent price for all abilities. Even if you have been to Thailand before, our route will introduce you to some real hidden gems rarely seen by tourists and travellers to these parts, and you will soon be sucked into the natural beauty of the region and its peoples.

I have enjoyed the hospitality of Walter and Joang on two separate visits to Thailand, I found the enduro tours great fun, great company and a very relaxed atmosphere, every day an adventure…. I would recommend the experience to any rider regardless of experience

Deano, UK

Highlights

Visit the royal mausoleum at Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain, with the requisite spectacular views • Explore some of the largest caves in Southeast Asia • Watch cascading waterfalls • Meet the locals in some tribal villages only accessible by narrow trails • Enjoy varied terrain from step mountain mud trails to gentle stony tracks and river crossings

Itinerary

Day 1 Chiang Mai

You will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel, the Amora in the heart of Chiang Mai. The rest of the day is for you to relax and unwind, sightseeing, shopping or relaxing by the pool. In the evening enjoy your welcome dinner at a riverside restaurant and then visit the famous night bazaar.

Day 2 Chiang Mai – Mae Malai (90% off road).

Ride out, possibly in old Willys, to your base camp in Mae Malai about 30 km north of Chiang Mai. After checking out your riding gear and the motorcycles, and after a safety briefing, head out for a ride in the surrounding mountain area. This will give you the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the bike and the local riding conditions, and you can modify the bike’s set up if needed. This evening there’s a barbecue.

Day 3 Mae Malai – Mae Cham (160 km, 50% off road).

After breakfast, set off up into the mountains again. Your first stop is at an elephant camp for a refreshing drink and maybe a snack. A little later turn off the tarmac and take a trail to a tribal village and then on to your lunch stop at a roadside restaurant in Doi Inthanon National Park. It’s then an enjoyable twisty tarmac ride to the top of Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain. On a clear day the views from the top are spectacular, and you spend some time at the twin mausoleums built by the present King and Queen of Thailand on two small mounds near the top, known as the Royal Chedis. After taking the road back down, head off road again for your last section on some great trails, your first river crossing and ending at the hotel in Mae Cham.

Day 4 Mae Cham – Pai (160 km, 80% off road).

Today is a long day in the saddle, as you ride over 100 km of trails to Pai, a small-town known for its hot springs, and for being one of Thailand’s best beauty spots. This is trail riding at its purest and most enjoyable, and you have a number of options depending on local conditions and rider ability.

Day 5 Pai (100 km loop, all narrow tarmac).

Riding around here is so good that today is spent exploring around Pai. The town is surrounded by the scenic Huai Nam Dang National Park, which stretches to the Burmese border to the north and west. Enjoy a visit to the largest cave in southeast Asia, with its magnificent stalagmites and stalactites, and take the opportunity to visit some beautiful waterfalls, gorges and mountain trails.

Day 6 Pai – Chiang Dao (150 km, 60% off road).

Another great day’s off roading, through Huai Nam to Chiang Dao. Today provides a choice of routes, all with great riding and beautiful scenery. For example, the mountain trails of Doi Chiang Dao.

Day 7 Chiang Dao – Chiang Mai (200 km road with optional off-road loops if time permits).

Your last day is another good day’s riding, with several possible routes back to Chiang Mai, depending on your wishes and the weather. The riding follows the Ping and Taeng river valleys with their wooded banks and waterfalls. You arrive back in Chiang Mai in the early afternoon, in time for flights to Bangkok that evening. Or if you want to stay, there’s time for sightseeing, bargain hunting or just relaxing by the pool.

Total distance c. 800 km

*** ADD TABLE ***

Price includes:

  • 6-nights bed & breakfast accommodation
  • 6 days motorcycle hire (Honda CRF250 or Kawasaki KDX250)
  • Fuel
  • Lunch including soft drinks
  • National Park entry fees
  • Airport and local transfers,
  • 4WD Support vehicle
  • English speaking tour guide and local support team.

Price excludes:

  • Motorcycle insurance excess €100 (c. £90, payable locally)
  • Meals not stated above
  • Personal items and expenses
  • Additional activities
  • Riding gear
  • Insurance
  • Flights, stopovers and additional accommodation which can be arranged through H-C Travel
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Ask, and you shall receive!

Questions & Bookings

Motorcycle holidays can be as simple or as complex as you want them to be and here at H-C Travel we’re happy to make whatever arrangements you want. We’re here to make organising your holiday as simple as possible.

Golden Triangle Off Road

More holiday means more fun! For those of you with time and possibly the stamina this is not to be missed! Our Golden Triangle tour starts with our Dragon’s Tail tour, and then continues to explore the area northeast of Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle.

I would love to come back. Went to Vietnam for spring holiday and I was just thinking about time I went back to Thailand and finish the final bit of the 12 day enduro ! That 6 days up north was the best experience I have had on a bike in my life. Still trying to get permission from the wife but I am working on it.

Neil Davis, UK

Highlights

Visit the royal mausoleum at Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain, with the requisite spectacular views • Explore some of the largest caves in Southeast Asia • Watch cascading waterfalls • Meet the locals in some tribal villages only accessible by narrow trails • Enjoy varied terrain from step mountain mud trails to gentle stony tracks and river crossings

Itinerary

Day 1 Chiang Mai

You will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel, the Amora in the heart of Chiang Mai. The rest of the day is for you to relax and unwind, sightseeing, shopping or relaxing by the pool. In the evening enjoy your welcome dinner at a riverside restaurant and then visit the famous night bazaar.

Day 2 Chiang Mai – Mae Malai (90% off road).

Ride out, possibly in old Willys, to your base camp in Mae Malai about 30 km north of Chiang Mai. After checking out your riding gear and the motorcycles, and after a safety briefing, head out for a ride in the surrounding mountain area. This will give you the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the bike and the local riding conditions, and you can modify the bike’s set up if needed. This evening there’s a barbecue.

Day 3 Mae Malai – Mae Cham (160 km, 50% off road).

After breakfast, set off up into the mountains again. Your first stop is at an elephant camp for a refreshing drink and maybe a snack. A little later turn off the tarmac and take a trail to a tribal village and then on to your lunch stop at a roadside restaurant in Doi Inthanon National Park. It’s then an enjoyable twisty tarmac ride to the top of Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain. On a clear day the views from the top are spectacular, and you spend some time at the twin mausoleums built by the present King and Queen of Thailand on two small mounds near the top, known as the Royal Chedis. After taking the road back down, head off road again for your last section on some great trails, your first river crossing and ending at the hotel in Mae Cham.

Day 4 Mae Cham – Pai (160 km, 80% off road).

Today is a long day in the saddle, as you ride over 100 km of trails to Pai, a small-town known for its hot springs, and for being one of Thailand’s best beauty spots. This is trail riding at its purest and most enjoyable, and you have several options depending on local conditions and rider ability.

Day 5 Pai (100 km loop, all narrow tarmac).

Riding around here is so good that today is spent exploring around Pai. The town is surrounded by the scenic Huai Nam Dang National Park, which stretches to the Burmese border to the north and west. Enjoy a visit to the largest cave in southeast Asia, with its magnificent stalagmites and stalactites, and take the opportunity to visit some beautiful waterfalls, gorges and mountain trails.

Day 6 Pai – Chiang Dao (150 km, 60% off road).

Another great day’s off roading, through Huai Nam to Chiang Dao. Today provides a choice of routes, all with great riding and beautiful scenery. For example, the mountain trails of Doi Chiang Dao.

Day 7 Chiang Dao – Chiang Mai (200 km road with optional off-road loops).

Today is a road trip – small winding roads of course. For those who just love to ride off road, there are some nice trails in between as well. By early afternoon you will arrive in a Karen hilltribe village. Tonight’s accommodation is a small lodge, in the heart of the mountains of northern Thailand.

Day 8 Mae Suay – Mae Sai (180 km, 30% offroad).

For the first two hours you will ride through Wawi Valley, where some parts are still off road. After lunch at a riverside restaurant, continue to the famous Doi Mae Salong, a village high in the mountains. Mae Salong (now known as Santikharee) was founded in 1962 by Kuomintang Chinese and became famous as a centre for exiled Chinese. It’s unusual to see Chinese faces and Chinese style buildings in the hills of the northern Thailand! The local market is dominated by Chinese handicrafts and cuisine. The day draws to a close on endless winding tarmac road, bringing you to Mae Sai, the border town to Myanmar.

Day 9 Mae Sai – Golden Triangle – Chiang Rai (110 km, road).

After breakfast you will have an opportunity to cross the bridge into Burma and visit the market at Tachilek. Then it is just a 30- minute ride before you arrive at the Golden Triangle, which is famous to most Westerners for its former opium production. Here you have time to take a riverboat ride on the mighty Mekong river and visit a market in Laos. This afternoon offers another short 90-minute ride to Chiang Rai. Explore this local food market and the night bazaar.

Day 10 Chiang Rai (loop, flexible distance, mix of road and off road).

You have a choice today, you can either enjoy a day off the bike and explore Chiang Rai by foot, visit some local temples or just relax in a café watching the world go by. Alternatively, enjoy a half-day trip around Chiang Rai riding on some fantastic trails and dirt roads with stunning views.

Day 11 Chiang Rai – Chiang Mai (200 km road, with optional off-road loops if time permits).

Today provides another chance to ride through the mountains of northern Thailand. Arrive back in Chiang Mai by early afternoon with time for sightseeing, bargain hunting or just relaxing by the pool before your farewell dinner.

Day 12 Chiang Mai.

The hardest day of the tour – transfer to the airport for your onward arrangements!

Total distance c. 1000 km

*** ADD TABLE ***

Price includes:

  • 11-nights bed & breakfast accommodation
  • 11 days motorcycle hire (Honda CRF250 or Kawasaki KDX250)
  • Fuel
  • Lunch including soft drinks
  • National Park entry fees
  • Ferry & Boat rides
  • Airport and local transfers,
  • 4WD Support vehicle
  • English speaking tour guide and local support team.

Price excludes:

  • Motorcycle insurance excess €100 (c. £90, payable locally)
  • Meals not stated above
  • Personal items and expenses
  • Additional activities
  • Riding gear
  • Insurance
  • Flights, stopovers and additional accommodation which can be arranged through H-C Travel
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Ask, and you shall receive!

Questions & Bookings

Motorcycle holidays can be as simple or as complex as you want them to be and here at H-C Travel we’re happy to make whatever arrangements you want. We’re here to make organising your holiday as simple as possible.

Enduro / Off Road Training

Quite a number of our customers (and repeat customers too!) have asked us if we offer training days before the tour, to get used to the bikes and improve their riding skills.

The short answer is – YES. We offer individual training days before the start of all of our off-road tours. In the area around Chiang Mai we know where to find conditions similar to those we encounter on tour, and depending on your experience we will put together an individual programme which will help improve your riding skills. Programmes are typically three days, but we can arrange shorter ones if you wish, covering:

  • Log bridges
  • River crossings
  • Uphill sections
  • Downhill sections
  • Sand
  • Mud
  • Powdery dust
  • Slippery corners

*** ADD TABLE ***

Price includes:

  • 2 nights bed & breakfast accommodation (where applicable)
  • 1 or 3 days motorcycle hire (Honda CRF250 or Kawasaki KDX250)
  • Fuel
  • National Park entry fees
  • Airport and local transfers
  • English speaking tour guide and local support team.

Price excludes:

  • Motorcycle insurance excess €100 (c. £90, payable locally)
  • Meals not stated above
  • Personal items and expenses
  • Additional activities
  • Riding gear
  • Insurance
  • Flights, stopovers and additional accommodation which can be arranged through H-C Travel
Back to top
Ask, and you shall receive!

Questions & Bookings

Motorcycle holidays can be as simple or as complex as you want them to be and here at H-C Travel we’re happy to make whatever arrangements you want. We’re here to make organising your holiday as simple as possible.

FAQs

How far do we ride per day?

Depends very much on the road and weather conditions. Usually we do 80-150 km of off-road riding per day, 150-300 km on tarmac. There is a lot to see on the way, and if you want to stop to take photographs you can do so at any time.

Do we drive around and stay in different hotels/places every night?

Yes. We stay in different places most nights. Exceptions: Chiang Mai (start and finish of the tour). Also, on the Laos tour we have to get our laundry done halfway through the tour, which means two nights in one place.

What’s the weather like in the cool season?

All sunshine, blue skies and temperatures between 18 and 25°C during the day. At night, especially in the mountains, it can get quite cool, down to 10°C. Sometimes there’s a spot of rain, but this is quite rare. The cool season lasts from November to February.

Do you have set departure dates or is a group of several riders able to pick and choose?

Both. We have tours with fixed dates, and any group that wants to pick and choose their own departure date can do so. The best months are November to March. We don’t ride in April because of the Thai New Year Festival (for several weeks people throw buckets of water at anything that moves). 4WD tours are OK and actually good fun in April, if you don’t have a problem with the heat. May is also pretty hot, 40°C, but if you don’t mind the heat we can ride. In July and August it rains a bit, which is not bad because it cools down and the showers don’t last long. In September it usually rains too much.

Does the backup vehicle carry the luggage?

Yes, and you can leave unwanted luggage in Chiang Mai and pick it up after the tour.

Do I need a visa for Thailand?

No, if you don’t intend to stay longer than 30 days. You automatically get a 30-day tourist visa issued on entry at the airport. If you want to stay longer, you should get a tourist visa from the Thai embassy.

Your motorcycles seem quite small – why don’t you have something BIG?

A few years ago we had a Yamaha XT550 for our off-road tours, and once we made the mistake of taking it to Laos. At first everybody wanted to ride it, we even had to draw straws. But then the lucky “winner” got tired really quickly, handling the bike’s weight on the tight, steep dirt roads and through rivers and mud holes. When he got stuck somewhere it took three of us to get that bike out. No fun at all! So, lesson learned – we use smaller, less powerful motorcycles that are better suited to the possible riding conditions. Even on tarmac, a lot of the roads we travel are narrow and twisting, and not suited to large touring bikes.

Do you rent the bikes out?

No. We only run tours. Motorcycles are available to rent in Thailand, but insurance coverage is at best patchy, and road conditions can be very dangerous.

What riding gear do you provide?

We STRONGLY encourage you to bring all of your own (lightweight) riding gear. We don’t provide any gear for our road tours. For our off-road tours we have a very limited selection of shirts, enduro jackets, gloves, elbow and knee protectors, boots, helmets and pants. Please confirm any requirements at the time of booking, otherwise we cannot guarantee availability.

I ride mostly on tarmac and don’t have much off road experience. Is this a problem if I want to join one of your off-road tours?

No. One of our guides can ride together with you, watching and coaching you. Within two or three days you’ll be up to speed of most riders in a tour group. Also, during tours we frequently stop to take photographs or chat with the locals. If you fall behind, there is no need to hurry or get stressed out – we’re touring, not racing. We also offer 3-day off road classes before the tour – if you have enough time, just arrive a few days earlier and we’ll teach you. Think of this as your big chance …..

What happens if you don’t get enough riders on a tour?

We never cancel our Thailand tours. We will run a tour just for one rider. However, if we have less than 4 riders, we may run the tour without the support vehicle. This has never proved a problem. For our Laos tours we will cancel the tour if we have fewer than 5 riders, and offer you an alternative date or the option of joining one of our Thailand tours.

House Rules

When you come to Thailand with us, there are three “house rules” to consider which we have adopted or developed over the years.

We’ve read this one in a TAT (Tourism Authority of Thailand) office in Bangkok, and really liked it: “If you want everything just like home, stay home!” This is Southeast Asia, and things are different.

1. If you don’t enjoy new experiences in a quite different environment, then you’re much better off spending your holidays in your home country. Simple fact, no cynicism intended.

2. This rule is mainly for the “experienced” riders: Take care of the bikes and equipment as if it were your own. We know, on any off-road tour a certain amount of damage is unavoidable, especially when you’re having fun – racing the other guys, sliding a bit too much, and whack! You’ve just been shown your limits. On the other hand, we have to keep the tour price affordable so you can come here and enjoy the adventure, which means the built-in “damage factor” per bike per tour doesn’t include totalling the bikes.

3. Follow the tour leader – in more ways than one. Culture, politics, rules, just about everything here is different. Our guides live here, and could write books about the countless funny and sometimes weird things that have happened to them in this fascinating part of the world. Always follow the tour leader.

What should we bring with us?

Before you depart for Thailand we will send you our own Travel Guide giving advice on riding, what clothing, medicines, documents, etc. to bring. Flight tickets, accommodation information and any other travel documentation we need to provide you with will be sent at the same time.

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