Hi, I have a Yamaha TTR 250cc (RAID) for sale. I am in Kamchay Mear which is 140 km from Phnom Penh in Cambodia. If anyone is planning a trip into Cambodia and is interested in the bike, I could drop by and show it to you. - I'll give you 2 "INDEX" brand helmet (dirt bike style), an extra chain, 2 extra clutch, 1 brake and 1 clutch cable, all the necessary tools for regular maintenance, the complete manual of the bike which is good if you don’t know anything about bikes. - I'll get the bike deeply clean, the 7 plastic parts polished and the metal frame part painted before handing it in. - You can see the bike at this adress: http://members14.clubphoto.com/dominique933118/2916738/guest.phtml and it might inspire your trip too! - It's a four stroke and it's air-cooled. - It has an electric starter with a powerful gel battery (easy to find in Cambodia) - The gas tank has a good capacity. I've tested it as far as 350 km with one fill and it wasn't totally empty yet. The reserve has an extra capacity of 60 km. - Very comfortable bike, even if you have loads of packing stuff and there's two people on it! - The tyres are new and have less than 1000 km. Dunlop brand and probably the best fit both for paved and dirt road. - The engine was rebuilt 2000 km's ago by Mr. Fuark in Vientiane. I got the bill although it's in Lao, but you can confirm with Mr. Fuark if you drop by in Laos. - The RAID has a huge and powerful headlight which gives headache to anyone you meet on the road. - Has a digital board. Ideal for distances calculation (which is really important in those countries). - For more information on this bike, go to http://www.ttr250.com The bike is ''registered'' in Laos. I've got some official papers (with no names on it!), a license plate and the international transport permit. It doesn't make much difference because most of the policemen in Laos and Cambodia don't even know how to read and won’t pull you over except in Phnom Penh. Anyway, it gives a good impression. If you are interested in registering it for Cambodia, it'll cost you 25$US (or 5$US extra if you want the exam a little easier...just give it to the right guy). But really, I didn't do it because most policemen don't care about it and you can put a Barbie or Coor's plate on your bike if you want. Most people just don't put anything. If you're going to Thailand or Vietnam, the International Transport Permit and the Lao plate I’ll give won't cause you any problem. I'm asking 1600$ USD, but it's negotiable. If you are interested, please contact me by e-mail since I don't have access to this board when I am in kamchay Mear and I’ll promptly respond: firstname.lastname@example.org I'll post a trip report soon, I just have little time and resources for the moment.