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papa planning ride up north.

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Maybe July.

Likely send my bike via post-office to ChiangMai and

take the night train from BKK.

Ride around up there, 3 weeks r so.

Esp love Nan roads and 

maybe end Pisanoluk.

Then mail bike home and

catch a bus back to Patters.

Will check Banglamung PO 2mor.

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Has anyone seen this thread:

Papa considering 2nd-hand KTM Duke 390

Papa cannot find.?

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Very little traffic on Mae Hong Song loupe. My wife went to see her mom and said easy driving

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On your way to P'lock stop off at Old Sukhothai village "Muang Kao" and I'll buy ya a beer Papa. 😁

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Posted (edited)

What bike are you using...? Come on, ride it up there,  posting the bike is just too easy....!  lol

 

 

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Not sure how much it is to post the bike. Wouldn't it be easier to rent a bike there. Saves all the hassle as well. Unless you have a superbike you want to use.

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3 hours ago, Henryford said:

Not sure how much it is to post the bike. Wouldn't it be easier to rent a bike there. Saves all the hassle as well. Unless you have a superbike you want to use.

B3300 one way for Duke-200.

Yes.

All papa requires is a MSlaz or CB150.

Haven't been able to locate a vender in CM

offering such.

Another northern province would be okay 

as a starting point too.

But papa likes the train.

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OK for 6600 baht you could rent a nice bike for 3 weeks and avoid all the hassle and possible damage posting your bike. I might do the same, but go in the dry season later in the year.

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53 minutes ago, Henryford said:

OK for 6600 baht you could rent a nice bike for 3 weeks and avoid all the hassle and possible damage posting your bike. I might do the same, but go in the dry season later in the year.

Interesting theory.

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Posted (edited)

Found this company 

Mango in CM

advertising CB150 at ~B4K/month

CB300, 7K/ month.

5 hours ago, Henryford said:

OK for 6600 baht you could rent a nice bike for 3 weeks and avoid all the hassle and possible damage posting your bike.

R/T air is about 5000. 

R/T train ~ 2600.

😉

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9 hours ago, papa al said:

Found this company 

Mango in CM

advertising CB150 at ~B4K/month

CB300, 7K/ month.

R/T air is about 5000. 

R/T train ~ 2600.

😉

Always better and more confidence on own bike as opposed to renting IMO.

 

Papa should send on train as original plan.

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5 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Always better and more confidence on own bike as opposed to renting IMO.

 

True. papa's bikes have good tires, vented seats, &c.

 

5 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

 

Papa should send on train as original plan.

Original plan was post office, as train limits bikes at 125cc now.

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As nice as it is to ride your own bike ,,,at the prices quoted  I would just rent a bike up there.

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On 6/11/2020 at 8:50 AM, thequietman said:

50,000 baht - 2013.

bike.jpg

do you still have your Click 150 for sale, how much are you asking for, does it has 2 remote keyless or just one (heard honda provides 1)  what happen if you loose it, how to re-start the scooter,

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