I am looking to buy a second hand bike which will be used for a trip starting in Cambodia and ending in China, which I hope to set off on in around2 months time. I am 6'3" and so need a large frame (ideally 23 inches),and of course it needs to be in great condition to make the trip and then be sold in China.
If anyone has a bike matching this spec for sale I’d love to hear about it. I live in Siem Reap in Cambodia so if needs be I can make it to most places in Cambodia or eve ...
We have 2 Fuji Nevada 4.0 Mountain Bikes (bicycles) for sale. Currently we are in Vietnam.
They must be picked up from either:
Can Tho / Vietnam - 18.05.11
Chau Doc / Vietnam - 19.05.11
Phnom Phen / Cambodia - 20.05.11
See website for full spec.
Ours are black and not silver. They are both 21inch frames. I am 6ft and my girlfriend is 5ft 8inch and they are good for us. They have been ridden across vietnam and have some scratches but apar ...
I previously posted this on a different forum within travelfish before learning of this forum dedicated to cycling in Asia...
I propose to cycle from Phnom Penh in Cambodia to either Manning or, maybe further (perhaps Guangzhou), in southern China. I am fairly confident that the Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam legs can be achieved (I have travelled Southeast Asia extensively and lived in Cambodia for the last 2 years), however I have never visited Southern China and am aware that the cu ...
OK, firstly, thank you so much for any feedback; its really appreciated!
Just under 11 months time I want to ride a bike an unforgettably long distance for charity. A lifetime experiance that I can raise plenty of money for a good cause.
After recently returning from a trip to Thailand and Laos I thought what better way to combine it than with a 2nd trip.
Now I understand that this is a BIG distance at some 2100km! And I have checked out some of the posts previous which talk about senic route ...
On April 15th of this year, my cycling partner and I will embark on a 15,000 km journey across 19 countries. Our tour will begin in Chiang Mai, Thailand and finish in Edinburgh, Scotland. The aim of the journey is to raise awareness of suicide prevention and mental health issues. Our goal is to raise 20,000 pounds for our partner charity the Scottish Association for Mental Health, (SAMH).
Please check out our website for more information http://www.cycleinstead.com
Currently we are seeking spo ...
I am currently in Singapore but looking to travel thru Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand....etc, by bicycle.
I am here till the end of April so if you are interested to join me please drop me a note here...I am very flexible on dates and open to different itineraries.
Also if you have any suggestions on routes , places to see - please feel free to post ....Thanks a lot in advance.
Looking forward to hearing from,
I'm going to SE Asia in about a week and I really want to do a cycle tour of Vietnam, but can't seem to get any response from the company websites. can anyone recommend a good tour operator (for cycling or trekking) which won't cost the earth? ...
I'm Jochem, a 20 year-old Dutchman who's traveling SEA at his own leisure. Now, I have been from Hanoi to Phu Quoc island & back to Saigon on a motorbike, and now that I've pretty much seen Vietnam (loved it!) I'm looking for a new adventure in a new country!
So I sold my motorbike in HCMC and went to Cambodia with the plan of buying a bicylcle in Phnom Penh and riding it to Siem Reap (or further), really taking my time and no rushing, so that I can fully enjoy the coun ...
I'm not a very experienced cyclist, does it leisurely at the park. I'm probably only capable for rides scaled 1 on 5. How difficult / easy is it to cycle around Sukothai city, not just the istorical site. ...
2 road bikes for sale. Second hand but good condition and high quality. Excellent for bicycle trips in South-East Asia.
Aluminium frame, Shimano V-brakes + gear changer (21 gears each), bicycle bags + basket included, extra handle.
We got them from the Lao Bicycle Federation in Vientiane (Lao) and used them for about 2 weeks in Thailand and 2 weeks in Vietnam. We made a big check up and got everything tuned before our trip.
Price: 350$ for the two bikes.
Location: Hannoi, but can be diff ...
I am planning trip down the Mekong on Cycle with my friends.. Jan feb 2009
I plan to do it till Laos cross over in a boat.. or preferrably on the cyle again... then fly or reach somehow( Cylce/bus) Laos capital... venture around and then go to Siem Reap.
Is all this possible... has someone done this cycle trekking?
Thanks in advance ...
Hello there all you fantastic helpful travellers,
I am considering cycling part of a 10 week trip in SE Asia which will take me to Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam (I am using the region's "explorer" suggested itinerary as a guide).
I have heard that Vietnam is good for this.
A couple of questions:
- Would you recommend joining a tour or going solo?
- Can you recommend some good tours?
- What is the best thing to do about luggage when going solo?
... and last, but not least, ...
I've just added the first instalment on what should be a 16-week series, following a group of five American travellers cycling around Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.
They're sending a story to us for publication every Wednesday talking about, well, "the travel experience".
The first piece (available here) is just an introduction to "the team" -- there is a lot more on the way.
This is a bit of an experiment for us and I hope you find their travels and experiences of interest. And ...
I am doing a two week bicycle trip starting in Vientiane, heading to Luang Prabang and then I'm not sure. I was thinking about flying from LP to Pakse to do some riding around that area including Bolaven Plateau and Champasak. Does anyone know if it is possible to take bikes on the planes from LP to Pakse? If this will be a major hassle, I may just tour the north, but the south looks really great, so any input would be appreciated. I arrive in Vientiane on Feb 5 and leave on ...
I'm having some trouble determining exactly what parts of the Ho Chi Minh Trail are exactly paved. Heard that north of Hue was good to ride, but even that was more hearsay than fact. Want to ride it for at least a few days, though it seems doing so in the north is much more easy and accessible... if it's paved, since we'd rather not take our mountain bikes on muddy and hilly trails for days on end if we can avoid it.
Any help's greatly appreciated,
Nong Khai to Ban Thadokkham
Saturday, May 3, 69 km (43 miles) - Total so far: 69 km (43 miles)
First it was the plane. Next it was the train. Being late that is. It arrived in Nong Khai a bit before 11am, about 1 1/2 hours later than scheduled. I wouldn't normally be bothered but I had about 50km to bike and some errands to attend to.
The first errand was finding an optometrist in Nong Khai who could fix my clip-on sunglasses. I had put them in my pocket when doing the Chinatown walking ...
Does anyone know a good Mekong Delta cycle tour company - 3 days 2 nights is all we have so have to use a tour company unfortunately. Would really prefer to get off the beaten track a bit. Some of the tours seems sooo expensive!
Also any recommendations for mid-range hotels in Hanoi and Hoi An? ...
I am in Vientiane, soon to be making my way southwards towards Pakse via Thakek. Once in Pakse I am planning on hiring a bicycle and spending some time cycling around Salavan, Sekong, Attapeu. I hear that doing this my motorcycle is relatively popular, though I havent heard of many doing it by bicycle. So, I was just wandering if anyone who has cycled in this area could share their experiences and offer any tips. I have about 12 days max to spend, and am a strong cyclist. Does anyone know w ...