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Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures – Ho Chi Minh Trail Motorbike Tours Reviews

HO CHI MINH TRAIL MOTORBIKE TOURS REVIEWS IN VIETNAM

Here are Ho Chi Minh Trail motorbike tours reviews in Vietnam from customers riding on our trips. Please click on the links to learn more.

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Mr. Terry Middleton | ~2,100 km | 11 days on Honda XR250
Mr. Bruce Potts | ~2,100 km | 11 days on Honda XR250
Mr. Graeme Dawson | ~1,500 km | 9 days on Honda GL160
Mr. David Pleasance | ~1,500 km | 9 days on Honda XR250
Mr. Tim Le Roy | ~1,500 km | 9 days on Honda XR250
Mr. Darren Cann | ~1,600 km | 9 days on Honda XR250
Mrs. Kat Benner | ~1,600 km | 9 days on Honda XR250
Ms. Deborah Homewood & Mr. Michael Ash | ~1,600 km | 9 days on Honda GL160
Mr. Don Conning | ~2,000 km | 10 days on Honda XR400
Mr. Larry Hall | ~1,500 km | 9 days on Honda GL160
Ms. Crystal Wreden | ~1,200 km | 9 days on Honda GL160
Mr. Mike Misurka | ~1,200 km | 9 days on Honda GL160
Mr. John Tu Moran | ~1,000 km | 8 days on Honda GL160
Mr. Ruben Gamoo | ~1,600 km | 13 days on Honda GL160

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  1. Giles Denby Reply

    18 days Hanoi to HCMC 2750 km on Honda XR250: Awesome trip with a well planned route keeping to the back roads as much as possible. We had a good support team provided by Offroad Vietnam who spoke good English. At first there was a feeling that the bikes were on the small side, however it became quickly apparent that they were more than adequate for the job with a consensus from our group that bigger engines might have tempted people to go faster which might not have been so smart with the dogs, buffaloes, and other random accidents waiting to happen. Bikes held up well and the support guys did a good job at rapidly fixing the many punctures, broken cables etc. We also had a support truck for our gear and spares which got well used (also for respite for those seeking a break).

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