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Posted by paulseasyrider on 15/3/2014 at 01:37

Posted from within Vietnam.

Welcome to enables the intrepid traveller to experience off the beaten track tours into remote and rarely explored regions in Vietnam.

Established in 2008 by Paul Hall and his Vietnamese wife Nga, is growing to be the largest motorbike tour operator in Central Vietnam. Our dedicated team of local employees’ focus is on responsible travel and ensuring you enjoy the highest levels of safety, whilst experiencing the freedom and sheer joy of traveling by motorbike in Vietnam’s beautiful countryside.

Whether you want to drive yourself or have the luxury of being driven by one of our licensed drivers, pride ourselves on being able to cater for anyone with a sense of adventure.

My Wife Nga The General of all general managers. Although she might be small in stature, Nga’s amazingly sharp mind and sheer determination give her the presence of someone who can control many things.

Thanh: The smiling sister of my wife controls the office at, Thanh takes great pride in being able to assist you with every small detail and putting any fears you have to rest.

Without a great crew running things behind the scenes no tour would be possible. Our support staff are always on hand to iron out the bumps and ensure your experience with is smooth and hassle free as possible.

Everyone at pride themselves in not only giving people the time of their lives but also being a part of the local community and championing responsible travel. We all share a passion for following the unknown trail and a love of sharing new discoveries. The landscapes of Vietnam and are both in their own ways unique and beautiful. We delight in taking you directly to that beauty and creating a memory that you will carry with you for the rest of your life. Our love of the Vietnamese people and their tumultuous, often tragic but always triumphant history is what sets us apart from the rest of the pack. We learn the stories behind the story. We research thoroughly and then we relay the message to you with a smile and a deep sense of responsibility that comes from sharing the local peoples’ lives. Fun and safety are one and the same thing to us and we will always do our utmost to keep you where you belong, on the bike and not under it. We take special care to only allow people to ride within their limits and will adjust the pace of a tour depending on both this and the conditions. Our bikes are all meticulously maintained despite their sometimes scruffy appearance and an experienced local mechanic goes out with every tour. Those who don’t wish to take the reins themselves can choose to ride pillion with our trusted and insured local riders. Just sit back, relax, enjoy and take a million photos. Lastly and perhaps most importantly, unlike other tour companies, the tour leaders at are always ready and willing to listen to you and to tailor your experience to your liking. As soon as the tour departs, you’re not a tourist anymore; you’re an integral part of the operation.

Our amazing crew of tour leaders

Hailing from different walks of life, our tour leaders have all somewhat unexpectedly found themselves loving the life as a easyrides. Here they find themselves surrounded by like-minded souls who share a passion for bike, fun and sharing a good story.

#1 paulseasyrider has been a member since 4/3/2014. Location: Vietnam. Posts: 1
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Posted by WhoNeedsMaps on 12/12/2014 at 04:35

Sounds pretty good, we will need to come back and try it out.

We got recommended a motor bike tour called Le Family Riders, who were great. We would definitely go back and do every motorbike tour possible as they are a great way to Vietnam, the perfect country for them with that long winding coastline!

Thanks for sharing guys :)

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