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  1. Trip Report - Solo Trip from Singapore to the Mae Hong Son Loop on a Harley-Davidson FLHTK Ultra Limited Friday, 1st June 2018 to Tuesday, 12th June 2018 Introduction - Why Mae Hong Son So I have always heard about the Mae Hong Son Loop and have always wanted to ride up there to experience the famed 1864 curves. There were all sorts of stories about how beautiful it is and how it is a biker's paradise and that every biker should have a go at it once in his / her lifetime. Of course, there were also stories about how dangerous it is and how it is not for the faint-hearted. The oppor
  2. Trip Report - Solo Trip from Singapore to the Mae Hong Son Loop on a Harley-Davidson FLHTK Ultra Limited Friday, 1st June 2018 to Tuesday, 12th June 2018 Introduction - Why Mae Hong Son So I have always heard about the Mae Hong Son Loop and have always wanted to ride up there to experience the famed 1864 curves. There were all sorts of stories about how beautiful it is and how it is a biker's paradise and that every biker should have a go at it once in his / her lifetime. Of course, there were also stories about how dangerous it is and how it is not for the faint-hearted. The oppor
  3. Hi Shanghai, Yes that is correct. You are supposed to remove the helmet at both counters as well.
  4. Hi Shanghai, After you clear the Singapore customs at the Second Link, you will reach the Malaysian customs where you just need to produce your passport. Another 1km down the road you will reach the toll plaza. You can purchase a Touch n Go Card from the first booth (if it is manned) or at the last counter. There will normally be a staff at the counter during working hours. Hope this helps.
  5. aloha

    Harley Riders gather

    Hi Bros, Can somebody recommend me a good shop to lower the height of my windshield? It's right at my eye level so that's quite irritating. Thanks in advance!
  6. aloha

    Harley Riders gather

    Does anybody know whether the Remus pipes for Softail have been approved? Thanks!
  7. Hi there! So sorry for the late reply. Haven't been checking my notifications and inbox for SBF. So so sorry - you must have been waiting for a reply. Hmm, I packed really light - just wore one pair of jeans, singlet, boxers, and riding jacket plus my socks and boots everyday. Packed two spare socks, boxers and singlets, and slippers of course. Had to wash my clothes everyday, and hang them up to dry so that I can wear them the next day again. Mm. I also brought along spares such as my tool kit, one battery, and tyre tubes for my front and rear tyre. That's all I brought along, very light. For your trip, it depends on the size of your panniers, and whether you're willing to strap a backpack on to your passenger seat. I didn't do that cos I didn't want to risk my stuff getting stolen. Do text me again should you need more details, I'll be more than happy to share about my experiences and the trip. So sorry for the late reply once again.

  8. Hi Aloha,

    hope u have a save trip home, by the way may i know what to pack for a trip like this.

    since now u are more experience in long distance travel can share with me??

    cos i intend to go chiang mai in mid of nov , i got a friend ther he have a home stay

    in the mountain .http://maelaihomestay.com/contact/contact.htm

  9. Hi I'm interested! Would confirm again by tml whether I can make it. Have to take care of prior commitments first!
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