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Motorcycle Tour in Indonesia

Bike by beautiful rice fields, explore volcanic craters & river beds
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Don't think twice, these guys are pro in all aspects, this is the best attraction in the island! I booked the 8hr tour, round trip Ubud to Mt. Batur with a 150cc Kawi, and I can't complain. The tour was perfect! It was low season, so I found myself alone, which made me worry at first,... but boy this was worthy! In the end I actually felt on a private lesson with my guide Dex, who is a pro rally/enduro rider and certified coach. I have experience riding larger bikes on asphalt, but the tour/class with Dex is something I am taking forever with me, and hopefully will evolve into a new hobby off road. I started my first hour all stiff and lost on dirt, but little by little he dropped some vital techniques, one at a time, adapting my skills to every new challenge proposed. By mount Batur I was already flying on deep sand, dirt, rocks, ridges... confident enough to have way more fun than I could imagine! I started with rice paddies (learned proper posture on this type of bike), later some jungle (learned flat turns), soon a bamboo forest (momentum x obstacles), went down a dry river bed (learned to ride on scary deep soft sand), went up the valley (learned hill climb). By the time we reached the black lava, I used all learned on a unique terrain that looks like another planet. On the way back we went through single tracks through the rain forest, and that was hyper cool, sliding and rushing between trees, confident on the bike and on myself. But don't get me wrong, the tour is not all about dirt bike experience... you are signing up for an adventure! You will meet several locals and chat with them, you will see a beautiful side of Bali where you won't find other tourists. And these guys are pro, they will adapt according to your needs, skills and preferences. I tailored the tour to my liking. Dont be afraid to try the same, give them a call if you are in doubt or have any special requests/preferences. After all, they are all about the adventure! Un grande abrazo a Allan, Dex y a todo el equipo! If I'm lucky enough to visit Bali again, I'm surely dropping by their shop for another tour.
Awesome day we had !! I will highly recommend adventure riders Indonesia!! Loved everything, the staff , the bikes , the atmosphere well everything! Thanks to Chris , Kadek , Adam and Dede ! Merci beaucoup
Julien Herisson
I was on vacation in Bali and i did this tour and loved every minute of it The crew were very helpful and very fun I would recommend it to people with Adventure Adrenalin.

Helpful Questions

What is the best time to go on a motorcycle tour in Indonesia?
The best time to go on a motorcycle tour in Indonesia is between April and October when the weather is dry and pleasant, and the roads are in good condition for riding.
What kind of motorcycle should I rent for a tour in Indonesia?
There are many options to choose from, but most riders prefer to rent off-road motorcycles such as Yamaha WR250R, Suzuki DR650, or Honda CRF250L. These bikes are designed to handle the rugged conditions of Indonesian roads, especially in rural areas.
What are some popular destinations for a motorcycle tour in Indonesia?
Some popular destinations for a motorcycle tour in Indonesia include Bali, Lombok, Java, Sumatra, and Flores. These islands offer a variety of landscapes, from pristine beaches to lush rainforests, making them ideal for adventurous riders.
What kind of accommodations should I expect on a motorcycle tour in Indonesia?
Accommodations on a motorcycle tour in Indonesia can range from basic guesthouses to luxurious resorts, depending on your budget and preferences. You can find comfortable and affordable options in most of the popular destinations for riders.
What safety precautions should I take on a motorcycle tour in Indonesia?
To ensure a safe and enjoyable motorcycle tour in Indonesia, it is recommended to wear protective gear such as helmets, jackets, boots, and gloves. You should also carry a first aid kit, a map, and a cellphone with an Indonesian SIM card. Avoid riding at night or in areas with heavy traffic and always follow traffic rules.
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