We have been doing motorcycle expeditions in Thailand for many years. From North to North East to South Thailand – it’s a wonderful destination for superbike riding. In fact, the best in Asia. Each year, more and more people are choosing to participate in motorcycle rides in Thailand. Unfortunately, this also means that there is an increased risk of accident when riding on a rented bike. Sometimes accidents are unavoidable, however, the following tips can be useful for decreasing the likelihood of one occurring.
When considering renting a bike:
Before renting a motorcycle:
Wearing protective gear:
Every trek requires a certain amount of physical preparation and the Chadar is no exception but for a small fact. However, I would even place more value on the high level of mental preparation that is required, along with the physical endurance. There is nothing which can prevent you from feeling cold – and this is where the game changes. You need to be patient with the cold and the temperature and just embrace it. It’s only then that the journey transforms from being difficult to being magical.
When riding in Thailand:
If you are planning to try your hand at motorcycle riding in Thailand, it’s important that you are well prepared. Pay attention to your riding, slow down in villages and cities, never drink and drive, and don’t overtake unless you have a full view of the road ahead. Your safety should be paramount. Thailand motorcycle rides are real fun, but you have to take care of the points mentioned above.