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Planning for North Ride after boarder open in 2021? (If... open in 2021)


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So we have been stuck in SG for months. Have anyone think or planned where to ride north after boarder open?
Let's share your plan, where and why you choose that place, how many days will the trip be? 

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Yes. JPO for a start....never ride to the north b4....still "virgin"

@TRI333PLE No choices, safety First, got to wait when both side is safe to open. 🛣️

1) park your bike in the open with high traffic 2) cover your bike with cover if possible 3) put multiple locks (handlebar, disc brake lock, chain lock, etc) 4) do some research (here i

@Pisces44 JPO 🤩 nice place to shop & dine, big carpark under the sun with security patroling around so bring a bike cover and bike lock.

Distance is around 40km, 45mins ride. Stop by GP to refill thereafter is a striaght forward route. Good idea & exprience for a first ride up north. 👍

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Johor first, then KL, then Ipoh, and lastly hopefully into Thailand.. Can't wait.

@TRI333PLE started a good thread here:

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He's not helping with the lockdown syndrome.. :(

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One for all, all for one 😅😅😅

The guys here at Tri333ple are really missing the sunday breakfast rides. 

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19 minutes ago, JJBuBBle said:

@SB maybe 20 years ago can go adventure, now my bike can only travel on flat surface 😅.

plenty of flat surfaces all the way to thailand 😅😅

17 minutes ago, CB150Race said:

jb to pump petrol, wash bike, and eat for sure! miss the 1:3 petrol prices!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

the good old days. 🥰

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6 hours ago, TRI333PLE said:

plenty of flat surfaces all the way to thailand 😅😅

the good old days. 🥰

"SB" referred  Adventure Riders UNITE and quoted "good thread here:" I though he want me to join the topic for off road 😅.
My bike go off road, you see me ride in walk out 🤣.

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7 hours ago, CB150Race said:

jb to pump petrol, wash bike, and eat for sure! miss the 1:3 petrol prices!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Arh.. Makan....... I miss the Zhi Char, Steamboat, Dim Sum, Curry Puff, Kopi Roti, Chicken Rice, Nasi Lemak, Yong Tau Foo, Chendol, A&W, Curry Chee Chong Fun. 😅
 

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1 hour ago, JJBuBBle said:

"SB" referred  Adventure Riders UNITE and quoted "good thread here:" I though he want me to join the topic for off road 😅.
My bike go off road, you see me ride in walk out 🤣.

No worries my friend. 

We are all family. I'll arrange for one of the guys to pillion you off road 🤣

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8 hours ago, TRI333PLE said:

No worries my friend. 

We are all family. I'll arrange for one of the guys to pillion you off road 🤣

😱 There you will see me pillion in than... 🤢 ... 🤮... and flat out.... 😵 fainted. 

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23 hours ago, JJBuBBle said:

@Pisces44 JPO 🤩 nice place to shop & dine, big carpark under the sun with security patroling around so bring a bike cover and bike lock.

Distance is around 40km, 45mins ride. Stop by GP to refill thereafter is a striaght forward route. Good idea & exprience for a first ride up north. 👍

Wow.... I thought JPO should be quite safe...it is an open space area....still need bike lock ?

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3 hours ago, Pisces44 said:

Wow.... I thought JPO should be quite safe...it is an open space area....still need bike lock ?

i think anywhere in that country, it'd be best to park with a lock. too many cases of bikes being stolen even if guarded carparks.

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6 hours ago, JJBuBBle said:

😱 There you will see me pillion in than... 🤢 ... 🤮... and flat out.... 😵 fainted. 

😄

we just hope the border opens soon. now can only just ride to starbucks to have coffee!

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3 hours ago, Pisces44 said:

Wow.... I thought JPO should be quite safe...it is an open space area....still need bike lock ?

It's safe in general, but no one know. As long as heading north, just bring one. Of course you can choose not to bring 😊

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Thank you for the advice. When u guys mention lock... What type of locks specifically ?

I did a google & there's those very heavy metal chain lock, disc brake lock, handle bar + brake lock...

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4 hours ago, Pisces44 said:

Thank you for the advice. When u guys mention lock... What type of locks specifically ?

I did a google & there's those very heavy metal chain lock, disc brake lock, handle bar + brake lock...

1) park your bike in the open with high traffic

2) cover your bike with cover if possible

3) put multiple locks (handlebar, disc brake lock, chain lock, etc)

4) do some research (here in SBF) to see where are the thieves hotspot and avoid those areas at all cost. they target singapore plate bikers

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I guess in general, when we go for rides in malaysia thailand etc

we usually park our bikes at a secure parking area within a hotel. (we try our best to check with them if the car parks are secure or if there are any security guards deployed at the area) 

only ride the bikes out if we are sure we can keep an eye on them. leave motorcycles in the hotel if we were to head to shopping malls etc. 

can only try to be safe. 🤭

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18 hours ago, Pisces44 said:

Thank you for the advice. When u guys mention lock... What type of locks specifically ?

I did a google & there's those very heavy metal chain lock, disc brake lock, handle bar + brake lock...

There are many type of lock available. 

If your bike comes with handle lock and or main stand lock. You can look at disc brake lock which are common, small and portable. Do use a reminder band to attach from the lock to your throttle grip to remind yourself your disc brake lock is on. Unlock before you ride off to prevent damage to your fork or caliper. Others like lever lock also can, just slightly bigger. All this to prevent bike being push away. Some bike cover comes with end rings and can be secure with small pad lock. @DRZ_b0i & @TRI333PLE have also advised so security is your basic responsibility in order to enjoy yourself there. 

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1 hour ago, JJBuBBle said:

There are many type of lock available. 

If your bike comes with handle lock and or main stand lock. You can look at disc brake lock which are common, small and portable. Do use a reminder band to attach from the lock to your throttle grip to remind yourself your disc brake lock is on. Unlock before you ride off to prevent damage to your fork or caliper. Others like lever lock also can, just slightly bigger. All this to prevent bike being push away. Some bike cover comes with end rings and can be secure with small pad lock. @DRZ_b0i & @TRI333PLE have also advised so security is your basic responsibility in order to enjoy yourself there. 

sucks that we cant ride the bikes anywhere. oh well. 

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