new arrival

Discussion in 'Northern Thailand - General Discussion Forum' started by cement47, Nov 26, 2004.

  1. cement47

    cement47 Member

    Well, I finally made to Thailand to live. I live North of Bangkok, but will make a trip to CM soon. I just received my bike from Peter at Siam Superbikes. It's a Yamaha TDM 850. Peter was a big help and delievered as promised. I recommend his shop to anyone in the Bangkok area. Once I get use to driving on the "wrong side" of the road I hope to make a few trip reports and meet many of you.


    "what's behind me is not important"
  2. Loading...

  3. SilverhawkUSA

    SilverhawkUSA Ol'Timer

    Welcome Dannie and let us know when you are in the north. I think you picked a great bike 95% of the riding in Thailand and Laos. There numbers are growing. I just put my TDM through a grueling 8,000km in Laos doing things they were not meant to do and it pulled me through without hesitation. (OK, a rear tire and front wheel bearings, but that was after almost 20,000km total). I

    Dave Early

    Ever notice that "What the Heck!" is usually the right answer?
  4. cement47

    cement47 Member

    Thanks David,

    That's a rough looking bunch your with in you profile, but at least their smiling. Look forward to seeing you.


    "what's behind me is not important"
  5. Klaus

    Klaus Ol'Timer

    If you - or anybody else - plan a trip to the south, let me know, I live 400km south of Bangkok in a small village. It's a good stopover on the way south (if you don't prefer 1000km daytrips) and I can arrange accommodations for a night. - Had 30 (used) bikes in the last seven years before I came to Thailand, sort of a hobby, but ride a Phantom 200 now. Well, things change! - Enjoy your TDM, one of my favorite bikes, right after Suzuki's SV 650.
  6. phuah

    phuah Active Member

    Hi Klaus, what about on the way North?
    I am planning a trip from Singapore going to Loas in January 2005.
    If you are staying in south of Bangkok, most properly I will pass-by your area, since I have to make a right turn to the east after Bangkok.

Share This Page