Vietnam Motorbike Rental is a business of Offroad Vietnam Adventures. You landed on our page because you are:
(1) looking for rental of quality touring bikes and dirt bikes in Hanoi and/or
(2) wanting to hire an English speaking tour guide and/or
(3) searching for a fully guided and supported Vietnam motorbike adventure
If you are intermediate or experienced riders who are good with manual clutch bikes then read on. On the other hand, if you are beginners who never ride a motorbike before then you need to do a riding lesson or just log out. Vietnam is really not a place to start your motorbike riding due to busy and scary traffic. About 30 people die on the road everyday, so motorbike riding experience is required. We put safety on top of everything. This means we don’t encourage beginners to experience Vietnam on two wheels!
To know whether a self-guided or guided tour is better for you, please follow this link.
Vietnam Motorbike Rentals (Unguided Motorbike Tours)
Hiring a motorbike and explore Vietnam on your own is probably the cheapest way. You need to manage and handle things on your own, from bike service, maintenance to finding roads, restaurants and hotels. Getting lost is likely but as many said that’s also part of an adventure! If you want to save money but are not able to handle things, in the end, you loose money!
We have been providing near new or latest models of scooters in Hanoi. Only genuine Honda products, no other brands or Chinese fakes. Please take these details into account when you decide which bike to hire, ask about bike model and year of manufacturing don’t just look at prices. Our rates are competitive and the quality is best.
To date, Vietnam Motorbike Rental is still the only company that provides genuine Honda bikes from 50cc to 250cc in Hanoi. We don’t use Chinese motorbikes or other brands. Our motorbike fleet includes the legendary Super Cub 50cc, latest 110-125cc semi-automatic or fully automatic scooters, latest 125cc manual touring bikes or dirt bikes and the older but reliable Honda XR250. You would wonder why? Here are a few:
- Honda means “motorbike” in Vietnamese, as much as Google means “search”;
– Parts and repair shops for Honda motorbike are everywhere in the country, as plentiful as restaurants and hotels on the road;
– Honda bikes are cheap on fuel.
Motorbike & Tour Guide Hire (Semi-Guided Motorbike Tours) In Hanoi
Apart from just hiring the basic need of motorbike hire, Vietnam Motorbike Rental also assists in providing a guide to get you into the right direction and safe hands. The guide is 4-in-1: guide/leader/mechanic/translator. He adds a lot more value to the whole experience of your motorbike tour in Vietnam. He knows many secret roads that you can’t be able to find in maps or by yourself. You choose what to eat and where to stay on the road.
Fully Guided Motorbike Tours Through Vietnam From Hanoi
If budget allows, stretch your spending a bit and book a fully guided and supported motorbike tour. This is the best way to ride safely in Vietnam. You just enjoy your vacation while we do the rest. In fact, this is the cheapest way to ride a lesser-known Vietnam. Our guides are local Vietnamese who have been riding bikes for years and have so many friends on the road. They know Vietnam as good as the back of their hands and you never miss a bit of Vietnam. We will select the best fresh food and most comfy hotels wherever we ride.
To comment on our products, you can log on TripAdvisor website and post your reviews for our business at this link. Use your Facebook or Google Plus account or just create a new account easily. They ask for reviews of tours within a year and don’t accept multi-day tours reviews. However, you are still able to send reviews of your tours that started earlier by selecting date any of the dropping down 12 months. Also, you don’t need to go into details of your tours or number of days you rode with us, just general reviews. Please keep it short and clear, less than 10 sentences is best.
Just contact us now and we will tailor make a tour not like the norm and you definitely see a real Vietnam off the tourist tracks! You can do it either guided or unguided. If you want to find us in Hanoi, please use the Google Maps in the footer below.