Vietnam Motorcycle Rentals and Tours
Here’s our recommended motorcycle rental and tour companies for Vietnam.
Tigit are one of the most well known and trusted motorcycle rental companies in Vietnam. With Tigit you can pick up a bike in one city and drop it off in another. You’re in good hands with these guys.
Services: Motorcycle rental, Guided tours, Self-guided tours, full-service accessory shop (chrunix.com).
Rental bikes: Limited scooter range, semi-automatic, Honda Winner. Enduro: 150CRX, 250CRF. ADV: CB 500X, Royal Enfield and more.
Rental prices: Prices start from £8.50 a day with a 3-day minimum.
Tour prices: Tour prices start at £84 a day but can be lower if you have your own qualifying bike. The routes can be quite challenging to leisurely.
Insurance: Damage waiver available for all bikes.
Kit availability: Limited rental options but Chrunix shop offers full kits for sale.
BM Travel Adventure Experience
“We are a leading Vietnam rental company offering high-quality motorcycles. We understand the importance of maintaining our fleet to the highest standard, and routinely inspect and service our motorcycles to ensure our customers have the best riding experience ever!”
Services: Rental services and motorcycle tours both on and off-road in Vietnam and cross-border tours to Laos, Cambodia and Thailand.
Rental bikes: Honda CRF250L, XR150, CRF150L, CB500X, Suzuki DRZ400, Husqvarna FC450, Triumph Tiger and BMW GS1200.
Rental prices: The rental prices are dependent on the bike model and rental time. Expect £14-£60 per day.
Tour prices: The tour prices are dependent on group size and duration. Expect £117-£188.
Insurance: There is no insurance in Vietnam for foreigners or third parties. All insurance must be purchased from your home country.
Kit availability: Motorcycle clothing and helmet rental is provided.
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