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My name is Na, I love to see the world and travel it.  I love motorcycle biking, camera, and the GPS.  I'm starting a Yamaha bike group in Laos for riding around the country sides and province to province.  This is the first ever one of a kind bike group/group in Laos.  Every ride is an eye opener, photographic opportunity and just for fun and nothing else.   I do not make any commissions or money out of this.  This is my own personal bike group, strictly Yamaha, my obsession with Yamaha (and Suzuki Hayabusa).   I do not represent Yamaha nor do they endorse me.  I'm on my own and you.  I'm not associated with any bike rentals but if we rent bikes in group it does get cheaper.  I only make friends and in return I provide guidance, knowledge and friendship while you're touring in Laos.  Yea!  My last trip was from Vientiane to Vang Vieng during the Laos Songkran.  The up coming trip is Vientiane to Laung Prabang.  There is more to tell.  Anyone interested please contact me.  Thank you.

 

 

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I'd second CMKiwi on the wishes that your group succeeds. But limiting yourself to Yamaha in Laos might not be the best idea if you are more interested in the riding experience than meeting other Yamaha enthusiasts. As you stated, Laos doesn't have much yet in terms of riding groups which I guess is partially the fault of the Lao government which imposes extremely high import taxes and still doesn't allow the registration of bikes with capacity of more than 250cc even though ordered to by the WTO. I haven't spent much time riding in Laos but it might be easier to acquire a bigger group if the Yamaha requirement was dropped. I did spot a R1 in Vientianne in the past though :)

 

In any case enjoy your ride!

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On 4/19/2017 at 1:51 AM, eisfeld said:

I'd second CMKiwi on the wishes that your group succeeds. But limiting yourself to Yamaha in Laos might not be the best idea if you are more interested in the riding experience than meeting other Yamaha enthusiasts. As you stated, Laos doesn't have much yet in terms of riding groups which I guess is partially the fault of the Lao government which imposes extremely high import taxes and still doesn't allow the registration of bikes with capacity of more than 250cc even though ordered to by the WTO. I haven't spent much time riding in Laos but it might be easier to acquire a bigger group if the Yamaha requirement was dropped. I did spot a R1 in Vientianne in the past though :)

 

In any case enjoy your ride!

You are totally right.  51,000 Baht Grand Filano in Thailand vs lowest 82,000 Baht in Laos.  I will do my best to make this group come alive.  Stop by sometimes if you happen to be in Laos.

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