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    Default Woodlands Checkpoint to JB: which is the LARGER lanes



    Hi, I ride Honda Goldwing, my friend rides 3-wheelers, another a big Yamaha with large side boxes. We planning go Johor via Woodlands Checkpoint. Can anyone please advise:

    Towards Johor
    a. At Woodlands Checkpoint, which larger lane to take for big bikes.
    b. At Johor Checkpoint, which larger lane to take for big bikes.

    Towards Singapore
    a. At Johor Checkpoint, which larger lane to take for big bikes.
    b. At Woodlands Checkpoint, which larger lane to take for big bikes.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    I'm also trying to get this info as I just started riding again after 15yrs...

    Yesterday i drove in from JB via Woodlands Checkpoint and saw a signage - Lanes 31 & 41 is for bigger & wider bikes

    Not sure about the exiting and JB side though..


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    For big bike,my advice is to use tuas
    -pay 50 cents using your cashcard when you are going and coming back @ singapore checkpoint

    Goin in (50 cent)
    Coming in from jb (50 cent)

    After malaysia checkpoint.pay rm 1.10 cent.

    Goin in (rm 1.10)
    Coming out from jb (rm 1.10)

    It's much more easier and lesser jam the woodland checkpoint

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    Woodland Checkpoint & BSI Checkpoint.
    2-Wheeled Motorcycle with Overall Width, close to or more than 1000mm (1 meter)
    proceed with care in motorcycle lane......

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    PGO.jpg

    For the benefits of those who own a PGO I ME 150 3-wheelers. I rode mine from Causeway to JB.

    Sg CIQ to JB: actually bike can pass between kerbs but gantry placed there prevented entry, so must use car lanes.

    JB CIQ to JB: no problem passing between kerbs.

    JB CIQ to Sg: no problem passing between kerbs.

    Sg CIQ to Sg: kerbs too narrow, unable to pass through, must use car lanes.

    For those who ride Adiva AR3, confirmed cannot pass between kerbs both Sg and JB side.

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    Yesterday I rode in to JB via Woodlands CIQ.

    At the JB CIQ side, I realised that they have these new, very narrow M-bike lanes for Malaysian bikes and even for those non-M-bike lanes, for foreign bikes, they are very narrow, narrower than the old ones.

    I had to be very careful(I folded my wing mirrors) with my Suzuki Burgman 650 executive while entering the JB CIQ.

    I think any bike wider than that cannot enter there. For information, Burgman 650 executive width (without folding wing mirrors) is 810 mm.
    People ask me, "Why ride bike?" I ask them back :"Why drive car?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keynes View Post
    Yesterday I rode in to JB via Woodlands CIQ.

    At the JB CIQ side, I realised that they have these new, very narrow M-bike lanes for Malaysian bikes and even for those non-M-bike lanes, for foreign bikes, they are very narrow, narrower than the old ones.

    I had to be very careful(I folded my wing mirrors) with my Suzuki Burgman 650 executive while entering the JB CIQ.

    I think any bike wider than that cannot enter there. For information, Burgman 650 executive width (without folding wing mirrors) is 810 mm.
    810mm is safe~~

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    can we register to use the M bike lane ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wait4me View Post
    can we register to use the M bike lane ?
    its stated only for Malysia bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR BIKER View Post
    its stated only for Malysia bikes
    no problem if ride Singapore Bike using MBike. i am one of them.

    wait some expert to explain this.

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    Been awhile since i last rode in malaysia. Now there are charges for motorcycles too? Malaysia side pay by touchngo?

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    Been a while since I last rode in Malaysia. Now both side charges too? Jb side pay by touch n go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbkooky View Post
    Been a while since I last rode in Malaysia. Now both side charges too? Jb side pay by touch n go?

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    jb checkpoint still free boss
    tuas check point still the same...for spore side 50 cents for each entry and exit...
    for msia side still $1.10rm for entry and exit...dont forget ur touch n go card...jus top it up at the entry there..cheers...
    I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by pufferfis View Post
    jb checkpoint still free boss
    tuas check point still the same...for spore side 50 cents for each entry and exit...
    for msia side still $1.10rm for entry and exit...dont forget ur touch n go card...jus top it up at the entry there..cheers...
    Appreciate the info!

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    nice info! book mark first!

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    The Woodland JB side lanes are really Narrow. with a side box looks really risky :'(

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    Came across this from FB.. hope it helps

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/jbtr...0559029399650/


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    Quote Originally Posted by ay0mz View Post
    Came across this from FB.. hope it helps

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/jbtr...0559029399650/


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    Thanks their info not always right too. i almost got struck in their so called BIG bike lane last week. As lane closed they open other smaller lanes lol.. saw a harley infront having difficulty getting pass those metal pole with his handle bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR BIKER View Post
    its stated only for Malysia bikes
    Quote Originally Posted by fx110 View Post
    no problem if ride Singapore Bike using MBike. i am one of them.

    wait some expert to explain this.
    yeah when up and see the machine, only malaysian can use..

    while others go queue up at the manual lane .
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    Sorry to BUMP old thread, just trying to find out more info about riding motorbike with bicycle attached, has anyone seen it before at customs?

    Something like this: https://2x2cycles.com/product/motorcycle-bicycle-rack/

    My bike is just a Super 4 so width no problem, but not sure on the height and overall length with a road bicycle on my Super 4...worried about the gantries especially. Any advice or comments will be appreciated, thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhi Ming View Post
    Sorry to BUMP old thread, just trying to find out more info about riding motorbike with bicycle attached, has anyone seen it before at customs?

    Something like this: https://2x2cycles.com/product/motorcycle-bicycle-rack/

    My bike is just a Super 4 so width no problem, but not sure on the height and overall length with a road bicycle on my Super 4...worried about the gantries especially. Any advice or comments will be appreciated, thanks
    wah awesome man. great idea. i cant help but i am sure many also thinking the same. i am sure Tuas is ok but not woodlands. on my normal cb750 already so difficult at the Malaysia CIQ, they supposedly have some gantry which are for big bikes like Goldwing but I have personally seen gl go there. good luck

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhi Ming View Post
    Sorry to BUMP old thread, just trying to find out more info about riding motorbike with bicycle attached, has anyone seen it before at customs?

    Something like this: https://2x2cycles.com/product/motorcycle-bicycle-rack/

    My bike is just a Super 4 so width no problem, but not sure on the height and overall length with a road bicycle on my Super 4...worried about the gantries especially. Any advice or comments will be appreciated, thanks
    SG custom overall high not exceed 2.1m is ok.

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    It has been a while since I also last went in to Malaysia via bike. Any new changes to the toll tuas and sg as of now? How about lanes for big bikes? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbkooky View Post
    It has been a while since I also last went in to Malaysia via bike. Any new changes to the toll tuas and sg as of now? How about lanes for big bikes? Thanks.

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    Tuas no more toll on either side.

    Can't clearwoodlands as bike with boxes are too wide.

    Happy trails!

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenchasis View Post
    PGO.jpg

    For the benefits of those who own a PGO I ME 150 3-wheelers. I rode mine from Causeway to JB.

    Sg CIQ to JB: actually bike can pass between kerbs but gantry placed there prevented entry, so must use car lanes.

    JB CIQ to JB: no problem passing between kerbs.

    JB CIQ to Sg: no problem passing between kerbs.

    Sg CIQ to Sg: kerbs too narrow, unable to pass through, must use car lanes.

    For those who ride Adiva AR3, confirmed cannot pass between kerbs both Sg and JB side.
    It's much more easier and lesser jam the woodland checkpoint

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    Quote Originally Posted by wailiyat View Post
    It's much more easier and lesser jam the woodland checkpoint
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