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At the end of the trip, I didn't fall or drop my bike, but suffered the following damages through the rocky/bumpy/sandy terrains......

 

#71 - Broken sub frame

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#72 - Broken RHS rear signal

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#73 - Missing LHS rear signal

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#74 - Loose screw followed by a missing number plate eventually

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detail describtion, should be upz in the sticky. :thumb:

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More pictures......

 

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Originally posted by Pauche@January 12, 2007 11:46 am

At the end of the trip, I didn't fall or drop my bike, but suffered the following damages through the rocky/bumpy/sandy terrains......

 

#71 - Broken sub frame

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c349/pauche/Cambodia%20231206/CIMG6585.jpg

 

#72 - Broken RHS rear signal

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c349/pauche/Cambodia%20231206/CIMG6591.jpg

 

#73 - Missing LHS rear signal

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c349/pauche/Cambodia%20231206/CIMG6592.jpg

 

#74 - Loose screw followed by a missing number plate eventually

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c349/pauche/Cambodia%20231206/CIMG6594.jpg

Are you riding at 100km/hr over these bumps? :cheeky:

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that is a story to tell.... u ride up from sg thru malaysia and thailand to there? or u transport ur bike to somewhere near by there and start riding... it must be a longhaul riding experience if u are really riding from sg and back again :) how many km u clock?

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Originally posted by YZFx@January 20, 2007 04:27 pm

bro, i tot i would see u in hatyai on the way back... but did not gt to see u....

I check out of the hotel at Hatyai at 0700hrs Singapore time. Travelled at an average speed of 100kmh along NSH, and arrived at GP Esso at 1830hrs Singapore time.

 

I bet you left at a later time?

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Originally posted by fattsum@January 20, 2007 04:51 pm

that is a story to tell.... u ride up from sg thru malaysia and thailand to there? or u transport ur bike to somewhere near by there and start riding... it must be a longhaul riding experience if u are really riding from sg and back again :) how many km u clock?

 

 

I rode to Hatyai and then put it on an overnight train to Bangkok, so that I can get it on the road right into Cambodia by the second day. I did the same for the return leg.

 

Distance on bike: 4,111km

Distance on train: 1,880km

Total Trip Distance: 5,991km

 

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:thumb:

 

:bow: My salute to you.... :bow:

The Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him) said, "Remember more often the destroyer of pleasures - death." In Memory Of Dr Bend......

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Originally posted by Pauche@January 20, 2007 09:22 pm

I rode to Hatyai and then put it on an overnight train to Bangkok, so that I can get it on the road right into Cambodia by the second day. I did the same for the return leg.

 

How many days you took/spent from BKK to cambodia and return to Bkk? Is 1 day enough to get from Hua Lum Pong to Siem Reap?

 

Approximately what distance BKk to Thai-Cambodia border?

 

great report, but just wana find out a bit more details. thanks!

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Originally posted by duckcula@March 14, 2007 03:22 pm

How many days you took/spent from BKK to cambodia and return to Bkk? Is 1 day enough to get from Hua Lum Pong to Siem Reap?

 

Approximately what distance BKk to Thai-Cambodia border?

 

great report, but just wana find out a bit more details. thanks!

Bangkok Hualumphong --> Aranyaprathet border = 300km / 4hrs

Poipet border --> Siem Reap = 160km / 2hrs

 

 

If road conditions are good, it takes about 6hrs (then again it depends on what bike you ride). I am riding a scrambler, hence can cruise comfortably on the bad/bumpy terrain.

 

If road conditions are bad, it takes as long as 12hrs during the wet season with broken bridges.... check for the latest road conditions at http://www.talesofasia.com.

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Hi. I happen to chance upon the encounters of a fellow biker in Cambodia.. Just wanna share with you guys... To see if its true... Hope to get some feedback....

 

This is the first part of it... When i got time i will add in the second part.

 

The link to the encounter is as follows:

http://zeevincez.blogspot.com/2007/04/camb...part-1fuel.html

 

:confused:

 

 

Does anyone have their own personnal encounter in Cambodia??

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Originally posted by pktan@April 26, 2007 08:51 pm

Humm, funny enconter... I would save the money and just buy cooking oil for the tank, and keep the whiskey for myself then.

can cooking oil gets the engine running??? :confused:

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hi, i think the guy mistake the bottle of whisky as the petrol is in green n yellow colour, when i was there i saw there r some ppl using the whisky bottle to store it to sell to ppl who need it.... he should take a smell of it to comfrim if contain petrol......

 

 

 

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Life is short, Ride hard..........

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hey bro... .really confused.... whisky can run engine ?

 

may be cambodia whisky is strong that has burning effect ?

 

can someone enlighten me ???

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