Is it true that Red Baron only services bikes that are bought there?
For parts and accessories I found Stadium on Lad Prao pretty reasonable.
monsterman;264594 wrote: Why do all the Bangkok shops establish themselves in the most biker unfriendly areas ,infested with police waiting to bust any big big with bullshit fees , I hope never need to take my Ducati into central bangkok ever again .
Depending on what you want to buy, a visit to Panda first might save you a trip to Dirt Shop. Dirt Shop is pretty far away from Kao San Road.Filter007;267439 wrote: I live in Siem Reap and want to visit both Panda and dirtshop. I want to know how far they are apart so I can guess if it's feasible by taxi to visit both and get back to Khao San Road.
Thanks for any help.
Filter007;267796 wrote: Thanks for all the replies. I appreciate any help people can offer. I just moved to Cambodia from Canada in January and want to get back into riding again.
I'm going to Panda to get a Rev'it jacket and some goggles. But unfortunately Panda doesn't have any motorcross style boots at a reasonable price. They only offer one line according to them via email.
I was wanting to pick up a pair of Shift combat boots or similar in the $100-150 range. When it comes to boots I've never appreciated the higher end ones. The little comfort difference doesn't outweigh the price to me. Others will differ but when it comes to the boots I want cheap since I won't be wearing them very often.