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We rent all kids of motorbikes to fit all budgets. We have small semi auto stepthroughs and automatic scooters for short trips around mandalay and enduro motorcycle to really get the remote experiences Myanmar has to offer. Have a look at The Bikes Page for more details

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8-Day, 7-Night Mandalay, Inle and Bagan Tour





Equipment: Honda CRF250L
Dates: November 28th - December 4th
Price: $2100 Shared Rooms
Single Supplement: $300
Distance: roughly 1200km
Riders: up to 6 (2 spots still available)




Day 1, Nov 28th: Arrive and tour Mandalay

We will arrange your pickup at the airport, bus station or train station and to take you to the hotel to meet your bikes and have a quick day tour of Mandalay and the surrounding area. Over dinner we will go over the trip ahead and general driving precautions in Myanmar. Meal:(L/D)

Day 2, Nov 29th: Mandalay to Nawnghkio

After breakfast at your hotel we head out of the congested city and up into the hills of Shan state. We will ride on a mix of sealed and dirt roads through rice fields and then up the mountains to Pyin Oo Lwin. Lunch will be in Pyin Oo Lwin and we will ride Nawnghkio.Meal:(B/L/D)

Day 3, Nov 30th: Nawnghkio to Inle

Nawnghkio is the location of the famous Gokteik Viaduct so we will have a look at that in the morning and then go straight south on a newly improved road to Inle. This road goes through some spectacular scenery rarely seen by tourists.Meal:(B/L/D)

15-Day, 15-Night Ultimate Myanmar Motorcycle Tour


If you have a group of 3 or more we can run this tour privately on the dates you choose.
$3700 XR125L or $3900 CRF250L
+$450 Single Supplement

This is our longest tour of Myanmar covering over 2000km in 15 days on roughly 80%-90% sealed roads. This will be a motorcycle trip like no other in an unspoiled, genuine and isolated country that is just starting to open up to the rest of the world. We will go up into Shan villages, The hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin, Inle Lake, the surreal capital Naypyitaw, the immense Mount Victoria, Chin Villages, the incredible Bagan, the spiritual volcanic Mount Popa and back to the cultural heart of Myanmar, Mandalay. Our local guides in Mandalay, the Shan villages, Inle Lake, Chin State and Bagan will be there to enhance your experience by helping you better interact with the many ethic groups we will come across on our journey. We'll do this trip on the extremely reliable, comfortable and stealthy Honda CRF250L which is perfectly suited for the terrain and distances we will be covering. We will also have a support truck for our trip so we can travel light and make sure we get to each destination on time no matter what happens. There will be a good mix of posh, rustic and mid range accommodation to give you a memorable experience without feeling too isolated from, or too immersed in, the local culture. This once in a lifetime trip, at this moment in history, will be an amazing experience we hope to share with you. Contact Zach at mandalaymotorbike@gmail.com for more information.

Dee Doke - Waterfalls and Caves - Day Trip from Mandalay


Dee Doke is a set of waterfalls and caves that is 48km outside of Mandalay. This place isn't in any guidebooks yet but it will be soon because many locals head out here to swim and explore the unspoiled natural scenery that Myanmar has to offer. This is a popular destination for young people to swim and jump off rocks into the blue-white mineral rich water from the Shan plateau above

The caves are about an hour hike form the base of the mountain where you can park the bike so make sure to bring plenty of water.
There are so many pools at Dee Doke so you can look around until you find your own private pool to swim in.
Getting to Dee Doke is fairly easy from Mandalay. The ride out is all on sealed roads so any of my bikes can make the trip.  


This cave is completely desolate so you have to bring your own flashlights and extra batteries!!


Mandalay Map


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I get a lot of questions about where to go and what to do in Mandalay so I decided to make a nice little Google map and post it on here.  I try to have a decent tourist map of Mandalay but be more geared toward people on a motorbike. I list gas stations, off-limits bridges, and parking locations for someone who is driving on a motorcycle and I also put some general touristy stuff like Mandalay's shopping spots, money changers, restaurants and entertainment. My location is also on here to help you better find Mandalay Motorbike. 

4 Ancient Capitals Around Mandalay Self Guided Motorcycle Tour


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The best way to visit all 4 of the ancient capitals around Myanmar in 1 day is by motorbike. I made this map to help people get an idea of the basic route to take to get to all these capitals in just 1 day. I have many people that rent my bikes just to do this tour but they usually skip out on Mingun because the think it is too far. Mingun is just 20km north of Sagaing on a peaceful single lane road that follows the Ayarwaddy so it doesn't take long to get there.
I arranged the trip so you visit Inwa(Ava), Sagaing, Mingun and then end with a sunset at U-Bein Bridge in Amarapura but you can arrange the order of the cities you visit in any way you like.
The route should be about 100km total, but that depends on how many side roads you take. To play it safe, figure 5 hours of driving time and then add time for meals and sightseeing.
Don't like to ride? I don't run a tour but you can find motorcycle taxis that will do this tour for you. Check around Royal Guesthouse and any other backpacker hotel. They don't need the map, just tell them where you want to go, and it should cost around 15,000-20,000 Kyat.
Happy Riding,
Zach B