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    hey scrambler riders,

    want to ask u guys, how much is it for few hours of dirt riding? is it expensive to play dirt?
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    it depends on the terrain, bike, riding style and type of riding?
    Are you using your bike? or you wanna rent a bike?

     

     
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    in singapore, do we need our own bike to go dirt riding right? if can rent better la! haha. around how much would it be if we're talking bout rent?
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    Singapore, no rent. Unless someone wants to rent you his/her bike. haha! theres trsitan park offering rented dirt bikes and track. Just that its in Msia..

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    No you cannot rent in Singapore. Expensive or not depends on whether you absolutely need to have the latest and baddest KTM, or the bike must be fully decked out in bling.

    Of course, "entry fees" need to include cost of bike and gears. After that, it's pretty much basic maintenance (tires, chains, fuel, servicing). Much much cheaper than track riding with sports bikes.
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    No renting is because no insurance to ride on the road I think. Else got to tow, which means very expensive.

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    I rent u my 250 at $250 per session of 2 hours ai Mai? Hahaha

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    http://www.tristangroup.com/

    you can start with this..

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    Heard some negative comments about above mentioned place though, due to condition of bikes. If you are just trying out for fun or to get a feel, might be a good idea. If you are thinking of occasional trail rides, you might consider getting your own play bike So many options to choose from and not just the exp ones. Xr125, dr200 all these will do a great job also!

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    Don't expect to feel comfortable right away. Beginners tend to sit rather than stand because it's easier, but for many, standing is the better route to take if you want to get the balance act down. In many respects, you need to hand over some control to the dirt bike, which you can't when sitting.

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