GT Rider Reccomendations for dirtbike hire in Phnom Penh...

DUNLOP

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Nov 13, 2012
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Hey,
I have done alot of research online regarding dirtbike hire in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. There is alot of info out there - good and bad, i was wondering if any experienced riders/travellers could recomend some no bullshit, well maintained and serviced, friendly dirtbike hire shops.... We are looking to hire the bikes(honda baja 250's or similar) for +- 3 weeks,roughly about from the 10th of december to the 29th. We are looking to see as much of cambodia as possible, whilst still enjoying the scenery and not rushing. I have bought my own helmet and boots here in Australia. Would the more experienced riders advise buying the whole package - armour etc... Ive heard it can get extermemly hot and uncomfortable. I was going to just go in shorts and shirt with decent boots and helmet from Oz... is this foolish?

Any advice would be sincerely appreciated :eek:

cheers
Chris
:-?
 

Philippe

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Hi the best place is by by Bernard on street 302 close to Monivong. U need to book ahead as his bike in high demand. He charges more than other but u get fully reviewed bike in good shape. Look on google for red raid . Ph
 

ntb

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This place is good. Tony really knows his bikes and riding in Cambodia. Yes my friend,riding in shorts is foolish.
MY Bike Ad with Pictures
 

Thejet

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Mar 1, 2013
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Gday Chris

Was wondering if you had any luck in getting the Bajas in PP?? Going over in August and am in the same boat as you are.
 

Thejet

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Gday Dunlop, did you have any luck finding a good hire place? going myself in August
 

DavidFL

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DUNLOP;284810 wrote: Hey,
I have done alot of research online regarding dirtbike hire in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. There is alot of info out there - good and bad, i was wondering if any experienced riders/travellers could recomend some no bullshit, well maintained and serviced, friendly dirtbike hire shops.... We are looking to hire the bikes(honda baja 250's or similar) for +- 3 weeks,roughly about from the 10th of december to the 29th. We are looking to see as much of cambodia as possible, whilst still enjoying the scenery and not rushing. I have bought my own helmet and boots here in Australia. Would the more experienced riders advise buying the whole package - armour etc... Ive heard it can get extermemly hot and uncomfortable. I was going to just go in shorts and shirt with decent boots and helmet from Oz... is this foolish?

Any advice would be sincerely appreciated :eek:

cheers
Chris
:-?
Any feedback? Did you find something / somewhere that was good..
Thanks in advance for the report.
 

mgeepers

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Dec 1, 2013
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Any feedback? Did you find something / somewhere that was good..
Thanks in advance for the report.
Hi David,
I hired an XR250 from "The Bike Shop" in Phnom Penh for a week in January 2014. I and was very happy with the bike it was well maintained and had heaps of power, I requested a rear tyre with more rubber and they obliged no problem, $US30 per day, expensive but I was riding on my own and the last thing I need is for the bike to fail.
The address for those who want it is 31 Street 302, Phnom Penh. N11 33 08.6 E104 55 18.1Cheers
MG
 

phuketrichard

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Lucky Lucky motorcycles on Monivong hires, rents, sells, repairs and will get you a Camboida drivers license pus visas.

Very good people and will have all the up to date info

There is also a shop on street 51 (near the walkabout) that has off road bikes
 

H Simpson

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hidden moto rental at yahoo dot com

located at the riverfront area.

they are at #33Eo, st 130,sangkat phaser Kendal i

tel: (855) 66 665 675

hidden Cambodia in Siem reap does rentals also- xr250,400,Wr250

more importantly, where can I hire an xr400 in Chiang mai ?