Here are customers’ testimonials if you want to check out first about our Hanoi dirt bike, motorbike, scooter & motorcycle rentals, in Northern Vietnam.
Our Current Motorbike Fleet For Rent
Honda motorcycles, dirt bikes, sports bike (recommended for long distance tours)
Honda moped scooters (recommended for cities or short rides)
Honda fully automatic scooters (recommended for cities)
50cc SYM motorbikes & scooters (if you don’t have any license)
Please note that bike rental prices don’t include safety riding gear rental and due to limited availability of sizes and lower quality in Vietnam, we recommend to bring your own gear for best fit. At least you have to wear a helmet when riding your motorbike in Vietnam.
We offer support on the phone while you are on the trip to help explaining to the local mechanics, hotels, restaurants and local people. It’s in fluent English and Vietnamese and won’t waste any second of your time. We are with you the whole way. This is very important for your motorcycle rentals in Vietnam.
About Our Two Wheels Rental Business
Offroad Vietnam’s office is based in Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam and right in the Old (French) Quarter. This is our only office in the country. Unfortunately, we haven’t offered one-way motorbike hire yet.
Why Should You Rent Bikes From Us?
We are not just competing on prices but on top is assistance when you are riding. For assistance, no shop in Hanoi surpasses us as we are mechanics ourselves and we speak perfect English. In the long run, you save because if you need help we are available right away. Moreover, we are straight to the point, clear and don’t waste your time. Below we explain in details.
Bike customization and tune up
We have been in this business for long and work on the bikes ourselves so we know how to improve the safety and performance of our bikes. For example, better carburettors (150cc or less), lifetime clutch cables, anti-break gearshift levers, anti-break gearshift, strong hand guards and engine protection…any anything we find better for you. We care about your safety because we understand this from the bikers’ point of view.
1. Semi-automatic or fully automatic scooters are in great conditions. Honestly, they are far better than any company in Hanoi. Nothing is old or non-functional, they are either less than three years old or under 30,000km.
2. For touring manual clutch motorbikes, they were prepared in the best working conditions. We checked every bit to make sure you have safe bikes. Most bikes are near new or latest models.
1. Before you start, the fuel will be filled up to full. This sounds like a small thing but it shows how much we care about you. In reality, many rental shops leave fuel tank empty and imagine how annoying you feel when you have to look for a gas station shortly after you pick up your rental motorbike(s). Some shops also try to earn extra money with the fuel in the tank when you return. We don’t do that because we know this is not a good thing to start with.
2. Bike service is included anytime you need at our shop in the Old Quarter of Hanoi.
3. We communicate in fluent English in Hanoi. In fact, you waste no time in talking and understanding us. Therefore, you likely save phone cost.
4. You deal with us directly, no employee. In reality, we work on the bikes ourselves, therefore we know them as good as the back of our hands. This means a very intimate and person-to-person business. Best of all, we offer expert tips and advice so you have an enjoyable ride throughout Vietnam.
Ask about bike model and year of manufacturing don’t just look at prices. In general, our rates are competitive and the quality is among the best.
Bikes We Use
For riders who are on a long trip to Northern Vietnamese mountains, larger Honda road and dirt bikes (125-250cc, in good working conditions) are available. We are the first and original 100% Vietnamese company to use only Japanese Honda motorcycles. Some people care about the look of the bikes, they don’t even ride test or are very picky. We sadly don’t care how old the bikes look but how they serve you. Look at the photo below of some near new dirt bikes and see the difference of bikes before and after washing. If you prefer appearance to performance then, unfortunately, we are not the guys to deal with! When you collect your rental bike(s), they are clean, not dirty.
Currently, we have four different kinds of bikes out for rent. You can choose from the automatic to fully manual clutch motorbikes. If we do not have the bike you are looking for please let us know and we’ll see if we can get one for you. We may not always have these bikes/gear available at some certain periods. Please contact us as early as you can. All bookings should be confirmed and paid before picking up the bikes.
Types Of Rental Fleet
1. Enduro, dirt bikes (only daily rental basis available, for long distance touring from Hanoi)
2. Road motorcycles (daily and monthly rental available, for long distance touring out of Hanoi)
3. Motorbikes, semi-automatic moped scooters (for expats working in Hanoi on monthly basis with long-term contracts, daily rate applied for long distance trips)
4. Fully automatic (AT) scooters (for expats working in Hanoi on monthly basis only, not for long distance trips or on daily basis)
Riding gear. You can also hire safety motorbike riding gear from us at $5US/day. These include motorbiking jacket and pants (or protection knee and elbow pads), gloves, rain gear, quality helmet and a pair of saddle bags. Safety riding gear ensures you a safe and comfortable touring on a motorcycle.
Important: None of these bikes is really suitable for riding two up on one bike because of the HP, seat, and luggage added. Ideally, riding solo is the best option. If you have to ride two up, relax often and don’t ride long every day, especially after dark or on rainy days.
TYPES OF BIKES YOU CAN’T RENT FROM US
Fully Automatic Scooters
Topic Pro, Crea, Scoopy, Lead, Joker, Metropolitan, Giorno, Ruckus, Super, Solo, Dio, Dio ZX, Dio Z4, DJ-01, Caren, Humming, Julio, Sky 50cc
Aviator, Spacy 100cc
Activa, SCR, Spacy, Move, Icon, Click, Click Play, Vario, Beat, Air Blade, Air Blade FI, Scoopy, Vision Helmet-In, NSC, Breeze, Lead, Wave RSX AT, Move 110cc
Joying, Fuma, PCX, SHi, @, @ Stream, Mojet, Dylan, PS, Esky, Spacy, SH, SH Mode, Pantheon, Foresight, PS 125cc
@, Dylan, SHi, SH, PS, Pantheon, PCX, Foresight 150cc
Helix, Freeway 244cc
Foresight, Forza, Reflex, Reflex ABS, Reflex Sport, Reflex Sport ABS 250cc; SHi, Forza 280cc
SW-T400, SW-T400 ABS 400cc
Silver Wing, Silver Wing ABS, Reflex 582cc
Jog, Zuma, PW, Chappy, Gear, Belluga 50cc
Mio Classico, Mio Ultimo, New Amore, Vino, Nouvo, Nouvo RC, Nouvo Limited, Nouvo STD, Cuxi, Nozza, Lexam, Grande 113cc
Cygnus, Cynus X4V, Force, Avenue, Fuzzy, Flame, Grand, Bianco, Belly, Maxter, BW’s, Nozza Grande, Acruzo, Janus 125cc
Nouvo LX, Nouvo LX Teaser 135cc
Grand, Majesty, Maxster, Teos, NVX, N-Max 150cc
Xenter, NVX 155cc
Choi Nori, Street Magic, Youdy, Just’4 50cc
Amity, AN, Vecstar, Bella, Sapphire, Hayate, Swing, Skydrive 125cc
Epicuro, Avenis 150cc
Enjoy, Elite 50cc
Attila, Attila Victoria, Attila Elizabeth, Enjoy Z1-Z3, Picasso, Venus 125cc
Excel, Excel II, Joyride 150cc
PX, Excel, ET8, ET4, X7, X9, LX, LXV, Liberty, Zip, Fly, MP3, Aprilia Sportcity 125cc
Grandturismo (GT), GTS, LX, LXV, Lambretta Special X 150cc
Peugeot 103 50cc.
Dame, Dax, Chaly, Gorilla 50cc – 70cc – 90cc
Nice, Super Dream Deluxe, Super Dream Plus, Citi, Diva, Wave ZX, Wave 100S, Wave 1, Wave Alpha, Wave RS, Supra, WaveS, Wave RSX, Wave RSV 100cc
Future, Blade, Absolute, Super Dream, Super Cub, Wave, Wave RSX AT FI 110cc
XRM, SRM, Wave, Flush, Future X, Future X FI, Future II, Future Neo, Future Neo FI 125cc
Crypton, F1-Z, Hello Sirius, Sirius V, Sirius R, Sirius FI 100cc
Jupiter V, Jupiter MX, Jupiter MX RC, Jupiter MX RC NEW, Lexam 110cc
Exciter, X1 135cc
FD Love, Best, Smash, Smash Revo, GSX, Viva, SJ, Royal 110cc
RGV, Satria 120cc
Shogun, Shogun R, Raider X-Bike, FX 125cc
Max, Max II 100cc, Kaze Hit, Cheer 110cc, Leo 125cc, Kaze ZX 130cc (Kawasaki);
Elegant Amigo, Angela 50cc, Angel Hi, Salut, Elegant 100cc, Magic 110cc (SYM, VMEP or San Yang Motors Vietnam);
Babetta, Sacsh 50cc (Eastern Europe).
Motorcycles, Street bikes, Motocross, Sport bikes
Jazz, Rebel, Ape 50cc, CD Benly 50cc-70cc-90cc
Ape, CD Benly, Win 100cc
CBF, Livo, Dream 110cc
GL Max, MSX, Grome, Fortune Wing, Magna, Fortune Repsol, Shine, CBF Stunner, Sonic, CBT, CR, CG, CD Benly, Custom, Rebel, Nova, Dash, NX, XL125S, XL125SE, XR125L, Varadero, Master II, Storm, CM Master 125cc
CS1, Mega Pro, GL Pro, NSR RR, Phantom, CBR, RR, Unicorn Dazzler, Z1 Unicorn, CB150 Verza 150cc
Mega Pro, GL Pro 156cc
Tiger, MTX, XR, TL, TLR 200cc
STR, FTR, SL, XR, Rebel 223cc
Degree, LA, VT, VTR, VFR, Rebel, CRM, CR, CBR, GB, Custom, CRF, XL, XLR, AX1, CRM, Nighthawk, Hornet, Jade, SilkRoad, CBX Twister, Spada 250cc
CBR, CB300F, Rebel 300cc
CB1, CB Super Four (SF), NV, Steed VLX, Custom, Bros, CX, ZZR, X11, VRX Roadster 400cc
CBR500R, CB500F, CB500X 500cc
Africa Twin (XRV), FMX, XR, TransAlp 650cc
Africa Twin, Immortal, Shadow CB750 750cc
Hornet 919 900cc
Varadero, Africa Twin (CRF) 1,000cc
Shadow 600cc, CBR 600cc-800cc-1,100cc
Super Four, ST, VTX, X3, X4 1300 cc
Gold Wing, F6 C, Valkyrie, Rune 1,832cc
Z1, XR, Virago 125cc
Exciter RC 135cc
FZ15, Exciter, FZ150i, MT-15, TFX (M-Slaz), R15 150cc
DTR, YBR 200cc
Serrow, TZR, TW, Bronco 223cc
XR, TTR, TZR, TDR, Virago, Raid, Lanza, Tricker, SRV Renaissa, SRX, R25, MT-25, WR250F, R25 250cc
XJR, Diversion, FZR, Dragstar, SRX 400cc
YZF-R1, YZF-R6 1,000cc
AX4, Crystal, RGV, Royal Sports 110cc
GN, FXR, RGV, Satria, Raider, EN, Cool, Thunder, Tailung 125cc
EN-150A, EN150S, FXR, Doch, TSR, Satria, Raider 150cc
DR, GN, GZ, Djebel, GrassTracker Bigboy, SW1, Inazuma 250cc
Intruder, Impulse, GSX, DRZ, Tempter 400cc
RM Z450 450cc
KSR 50cc, KSR, KLX 110cc, Extrella, Z 125cc, Kips, Victor 150cc, Boss 175cc, Rouser 200cc, KLR, KDX, KLE, Super Surpa, Super Sherpa, Ninja, Z 250cc, Ninja ABS, Z, Versys X, Ninja 300cc, ZZR 400cc, KLE 400-500cc, GPZ 500cc, W650, Vulcan, Versys, Ninja 650cc, Z 800cc, Ninja ZX-10R, Z, Versys 1,000cc, Vulcan 2,000cc (Kawasaki);
Hyosung, Dealim VS 125cc (Korea);
Bonus, Wolf 125cc, Husky 150cc (SYM, VMEP or SanYang Motors Vietnam);
Simson 50cc, Jawa 350cc, MZ 150cc-250cc-350cc (Eastern Europe);
All Harley Davidson, Harley Davidson Ultra Glide Classic, KTM, BMW GS series, Sachs, Indian and Triumph motorcycles etc.
Why Only Honda?
There are also a great deal of Chinese, Taiwanese, Korean and Vietnamese bikes with Chinese engines (namely: Lifan, Zongshen, Loncin, Qing Qui, Lisohaka, Sufat, Halim Kymco, Haelim, Daemu, Sino Hongda, Jialing, Dayang, Detech, Intimex, Fashion, Haesun, Daehan, Sufat etc.) Some are so cheap (as little as $300 USD) but we don’t advise to ride these bikes. In reality, Honda is still the most popular and reliable in Vietnam and when people say “Honda” they really mean “motorbike” just like “Google” when you mean “search”. The main reason is not only they are the most popular, but also for quality-price value and the fact that spare parts are so easy to find.
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