Sai Zom Pha, is a Taunggyi native and spent his childhood and teenage years there. He then move to Singapore and Australia to study. He is currently working in one of the leading TV networks in Myanmar. In 2017 he hasorganized the very first Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride (DGR) event in Taunggyi and hasorganized the second edition in Bagan in 2018. Organised for a good cause, both motorcycle events were very successful among the rider community. Sai wants to promote Myanmare specially Shan State to theworld through motorcycling. With this passion, Sai has been embarking on a round trip expedition from Myanmar to UK by motorcycle.
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Paul is a Frenchman who has been riding on Southeast Asian’s roads since his very early 20s. He first settled in Laos and then lived for a few years in the Middle East. He finally decided to come back in the peninsula of Southeast Asia in 2015 to live specifically in Myanmar with his family. "Myanmar surprised me so much during a first trip in 2010 that I kept thinking about it. "I wanted to explore this territory and know its people. I have been living there for a few years now. It's on a motorcycle that I want you to discover this unique country which is still not very well known in the West"
Thi Ha was born in the late 1970s in Taunggyi. He was brought to burst all over Burma. Thi Ha is a living book. He always has a story, an anecdote or a legend to tell about the smallest corner that we can find on our way. Although he has already seen a lot, he is still curious. He is naturally excited about going to new places and meeting people.