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There is bikembulance (not sure about the spelling). Can contact them at 64255333.


Another person at 93831261. Dont remember the guys name. Dont know if he serves 24 hrs but called him once at 1 30 am and he came.


Price depends on distance and time of day. I paid 40 dollars from pasir panjang to choa chu kang at night.

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Hi, i've managed to get my friend to ride the bike home for me (i dont have license for that bike yet) so problem of the towing is solved. But I guess it would be still be good to collect a few 24hr towing numbers in case my bike breaks down at night :)


Have you tried us, Towbroz.

What's your contact number and how much do you charge? 24 hrs service right?

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theres 24hr bike rescue.info as follows hp 91894113.mon-sat 7am to 7pm $25. 7pm to 12am $35,12am to 7am $40, sunday 7am to 7am $50. hope this info help u. cheers!

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Thanks for that post about Bike Rescue's 24hr Motorbike Towing Service. I just had the most eventful two hours! Around 3.20am, my hubby's bike decided to die on PIE just before the Upper Thomson exit. Being the dutiful and ever efficient wife, I was given the task to get a towing service. And that's the start of my adventure... :-)


I went online and searched the Net. And of course, I got into this forum page and voila!... I see all these numbers and ad banners too. And I started calling... but, surprise surprise, no one seems to answer their phone. 24hr service? NOT!


Even the TOWBROZ with their 3 numbers didn't help. One of them did answer but he told me, I've got to wait till morning coz all his guys have gone home! D'oh! My precious RXZ that's also my "second son" cannot wait till morning! Shame on you, BROZ!


So yes, Bike Rescue did rescue my "son"! At 4.41am I received our bike at our gate! Thanks, Mike and pretty girlfriend! :-)



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That time my Spark also broke down at bout 2am at PIE.Called up Mike and within 45mins he came and towed my bike away.How's that for 24hrs service. :thumb:


Bike Rescue BOLEH!!!!

Bikes Previously Owned: Aprilia RS125, Kawasaki KRR150, Honda RVF400, Yamaha Spark135, Yamaha FZ6N, Suzuki Hayabusa ,Yamaha RXS115, Yamaha Spark135, Yamaha Nuovo Elegance, Yamaha Spark135, Yamaha FZ16,Honda Vtec1, Yamaha FZ1N, Honda Wave-S, Honda CB400X, Honda NC750X,Yamaha TMax 530, Vespa GTS 300, Yamaha XMAX 300 

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Just wanted to say that Mike from Bike Rescue is highly recommended from me. Had the easiest of time booking him to pick up my sick bike all the way up on a 4th floor MCP @ CCK and send it to the surgeons at Tai Hin two days ago on Monday. Rates are still the same as the above posts. nice one, mike!




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Hi all, just want to give my testimony about Bike Rescue. They are seriously super service orientated.


Firstly, very punctual. I was at work, so told them to meet me after work, at 6. Got back they were waiting there liao, with the bike in the van.

Apparently as i was chatting with Mike, they have a service that they will bring the bike over to the workshop, and then once settled, they will bring the bike back for 1 flat fee. Which is great for people with not much free time to travel up and down.


Secondly, they recommended a nearer bike shop from my place, after dropping me off there, they stayed to make sure everything was fine before leaving. And as fate would have it, the bike shop could not settle my problem, Mike then towed my bike to another shop. All this without any extra charges. Excellent!


Overall, have to say Mike and Gf are very service orientated. Pricing wise, also very reasonable!!


Kudos!! :)

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yeah true bike service good and really friendly.. i once called bikebulance the guy or whoever is like ermm how do i say,,,, hmmm its like ''[email protected]? what do u [email protected]" wad? towing ar?" wad time?" where"? im not free now"


im like... hmmm okie thanx! and dat wad in 2008! still remember !!!!! sorry bikebulance!

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U might like to know that bike towing services seem to charge more on public holidays.


On lunar new yr eve I paid $50 instead of the usual $30 for towing my bike. They told me it's e holiday surcharge. Granted I was using a different towing service than usual, but I tot towing prices are all abt the same rate everywhere?

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Upz for your service bro. Will definetely recommend your service to my Dirtbikes Community.


Anyway, do remember me bro?


F*46* GN125 rider. Glad dat u r still riding the most valuable RVF400 in SG.




Past Rides: WR200(2004-2005), WaveS125(2005-2006), WR200(2006-2007), XR400(2006-2007),GN125(2007-2007),KTM200(2007-2007), XR400(2007-2008), Gilera200(2008-2008), Vespa(2008-2008).


Current Ride: XR400 & WR200

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