first time advice

Discussion in 'General Discussion / News / Information' started by pussy_eater, Feb 21, 2004.

  1. pussy_eater

    pussy_eater New Member

    Its a long way away (dec 04) but after having read various tid bits about goverment crackdowns on various things i wanted to know if its still easy to get away driving a bike in the north with no license ?
    Also are there plenty of old banjas to be had and what should i be looking a shelling out for say a 90/91/92 in reasonable condition ?
    Also i have been having a **** of a job tracking down a copy of this Unkovich book amazon aint got it and silkworm never respond to my e-mails.
    Any other pearls of wisdom any of you feel like bestowing on me feel free.
     
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  3. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    Dave
    Email me direct & I will supply my bank ac/ details for you to deposit the money for the book & maps. This way you'll get the kit with all the right info in plenty of time for your trip.
    In the North of Thailand, riding a bike without a plate or a licence is currently not a problem.
    Bike prices for a Honda 250 XR Baja should be starting around 60 thou at a guess, if you are lucky. It often depends on what is available at the time. Going into December is high season & bikes are in demand, so prices should also tend to be a bit higher.

    Davidfl
    Keep the power on
     
  4. mja34

    mja34 Ol'Timer

    P E, I TO FOUND IT HARD TO TRACK DAVIDS BOOK DOWN IN THE UK,BUT SENT HIM SOME WONGA, AND IT ARIVED PLUS HIS MAPS WITHIN TWO WEEKS, GOOD LUCK. MARCUSL

    marcus ackerman
     
  5. pussy_eater

    pussy_eater New Member

    nice one folks
    I will get your bank details in a few weeks for the book as im currently rambling around europe looking for work.
    Thanks for your help
    the fud licker ! [:)]
     

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