Eventually, that was the first post I’ve started my blog with and it’s been published by Australian travel guide Travelicious.world later. Apart from that, it was my first experience of riding a proper motorbike, I fell in love with it and it looks like, it becomes my lifestyle 🙂

Would you like to know more about how to start the motorbike trip with zero experience of riding a big manual off-road motorbike? How to get most of the trip by riding it on scenic roads for 700 km through the mountains in Vietnam? Being challenged with the first off-road experience crossing the river on the slippery stones? Acquitting with local traditions, tasting different Vietnamese food and staying at homestay with the local people? You’ll be able to get your questions answered and to learn more about my motorbike adventure in Vietnam by reading my article in Travelicious.world:

https://travelista.club/motorbike-trip-from-hanoi-to-sapa/

In addition, I would like to express a special gratitude to my Vietnamese guide Frank, who became a very good friend of mine, and who is running a travel agency in Hanoi and has a garage with different types of motorbikes. He did a good care of me and was attentive to any single details during the trip. You can get in contact with him by here.

 

2 COMMENTS

  1. Hello!! I’m Magda from Argentina. I loved your blog! Me and my boyfriend are planning your road trip within 2 days! We would like to contact Frank because of your experience. Can you give as his contact? Can you tell us more or less how much was the rent of the bike? Thank you very much!!! My email address is Maletas.ba@gmail.com

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