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My First Ride - Hoi An, Vietnam
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Ive been looking forward to my first ride as its been about 7 weeks since I last rode. The bike I hired wasn't great and they don't provide any safety gear which was a worry as the terrain is pretty vicious.
Here is me picking up some speed on a straight section...
resim
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#2
Nice one!

Spds or flats? Wink
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#3
Lol. Do they even sell helmets in Vietnam?
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#4
these were popular over there... once.

resim

[edit] no offence intended [edit]
Keep it foolish...
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#5
that is brilliant, but didn't they have one with a fishtank on the back?
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#6
Looks like fun!  I managed to hire a bike in Mui ne, is was savage!  Single speed and without brakes, receipe for disaster
Also if your heading to Nha Trang make sure you visit the spa resort,  dirt cheap day trip and fantastic, mud baths and boiling hot pools!

And the water park in Saigon is awesome!!!

Have fun and dont drink the rice vodka, YUK!!!
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#7
Fantastic Mark, hope the locals appreciated your hardcore cornering technique!
I'm just glad you didn't stack the effing thing tbh Tongue
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#8
Nice one Mark  Smile

I assume the basket is for you to place counter weights to stop you flipping the bike on high jumps? Wink
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#9
"Adie.J" Wrote:LAlso if your heading to Nha Trang make sure you visit the spa resort,  dirt cheap day trip and fantastic, mud baths and boiling hot pools!

If you mean Vin Pearl Land we went there today. It was a massive  ;D
http://www.google.co.uk/images?um=1&hl=e...00&bih=509
The orange pylons are part of a mahoosive cable car ride that took us from the mainland to the Island. Its about 2 miles long and rediculousely © Treehugger high.
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#10
Holy mother!!!!

No i did not mean there..

Cant believe that there is such a place in Vietnam, when i visited in 2003 there was next to sod all like that.

Shame really.
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