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  • #16
    Re: Riding a motorcycle in China as a foreigner

    Originally posted by aliang View Post
    Agreed. And add this : Do not ride alone in remote path for there may be robbers. I get this rule from some motorbike travel fans.
    Agreed too!

    Originally posted by aliang View Post
    Or maybe you can buy a fake licence. It only take you hundreds of yuan. For your status of a foreigner, the policemen won't check it clearly and embarrass you even find it is fake. I dare to say this.
    As Chinoook said before:"I am not interested in severe legal problems in China since I would like to return. ", i thought chinoook will not consider this option .

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    • #17
      Re: Riding a motorcycle in China as a foreigner

      I have paste some information about motorcycle in China as foreigner in the website,http://www.v-66.com/motor-1.html

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      • #18
        Re: Riding a motorcycle in China as a foreigner

        I've obtained a Chinese driving license in Yinning - A temporary motorcycle drivers license for riding motorcycles in China, runs for 30 days. Also requires third party insurance. You could then hire a Chinese registered vehicle or bike. For temporary importing your own foreign registered motorbike into China, we organise this through http://www.motoexplorers.co.uk - Motoexplorers also organise the necessary customs bonds and documents for import/export of motorbikes at each Chinese border.

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        • #19
          Re: Riding a motorcycle in China as a foreigner

          riding a motorcycle in china would be fun... until someone pulls out right in front of you and kills you, then drives away quickly before you're done bleeding out...

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          • #20
            Re: Riding a motorcycle in China as a foreigner

            The alternative for all these uncertainties would be to consider the hardy Mongolian horse? The Mongolian plain is fuel.....No international licence required....In fact, no road required.....

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            • #21
              Re: Riding a motorcycle in China as a foreigner

              Just a lot of hay and the occasional apple...
              If you're tired of the Great Wall, you're tired of life.
              Journeys, &c

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