makes & models
A Tale Of Three Tuk-Tuks: Three Wheels To Rule Them All
Rumble in BKK.
Nov 12, 2019
This Custom Scrambler Is The Royal Enfield We Really Want
Oct 16, 2019
Ranger Korat Built The 50s-Style Sci-Fi Ducati Of Our Dreams
A Panigale fit for a spaceman.
Oct 01, 2019
New Thai Electric Motorbike Is Made For You By Robots
Robobike delivery is expected in early 2020.
Sep 12, 2019
Even The Cats Ride Motorcycles In Thailand
It's a kitty Kamen Rider!
Oct 30, 2018
Hybrid Scooters are OEM's Champions in Thailand
Hybrid scooters haven't exactly taken the market by storm... until now! Honda and Yamaha are targetting to Thai market following a change in taxes.
Jul 26, 2018
Local Predator Takes to Thai Streets on Xenomorph Bike
Remember to "Look around... look around..." when motorcycles are out and about.
Jun 19, 2018
Local Burglar Breaks Into Bike Shop, Has Dinner, Steals Bike
A Thai bike shop owner found himself the victim of the strangest crime when a burglar broke into the shop, made himself dinner, then stole cash and a bike.
Apr 25, 2018
MotoGeo Explores Thailand Aboard a Ducati Multistrada 950
A lovely ride in a lovely country.
Nov 21, 2017
The Best Motorcycle Videos: Thailand
Three best motorcycle videos that should make you feel at home in Thailand, the world’s top tourist destination.
Dec 28, 2013
Honda CRF250M: an affordable supermoto
The new Honda CRF250M is a fun, affordable supermoto.
Jan 16, 2013
Honda MSX125: a sporty Wave
The new Honda MSX 125 makes 9bhp and returns 130mpg
Jan 08, 2013
Is this the next Honda Ruckus?
Unveiled at the Bangkok Motor Show this morning, this Zoomer X is Honda Thailand’s take on a replacement for the popular 50cc scooter known as the Ruckus in the US. In production for a decade now, the current Zoomer still looks fresh, largely thanks to its elemental design; exposed frame tubes aren’t covered in any bodywork and two round headlights are as close to “styling” as it gets. Thi...
Mar 28, 2012
Honda thinks maybe it's better in Thailand
Details are still thin, but Honda seems to be preparing to shift manufacturing of several models over 400cc out of Japan and into Thailand, citing the growing strength of the Yen and a need to attend to emerging markets. Don't worry, flagship models such as the CBR1000RR, CBR600RR, and Goldwing will most likely remain under Japanese-only production. But, bikes like the 599 and 919 Hornets, plus ...
Nov 29, 2011
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