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Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures – Used Motorbike For Sale Reviews

Used Motorbike For Sale Reviews

On this page you will see used motorbike for sale reviews from our customers who have had real experience dealing with us. You can scroll down to the bottom of this page and send us your reviews.

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Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures - Used Motorbike For Sale Reviews

We don’t trade touring motorbikes (sell & buy back options). Our main business activities are off-road motorbike tours and rentals. The motorbikes we have for sale are our own bikes that we don’t need. The reason is we upgraded our fleets to the newer, bigger or better ones. It doesn’t mean that bikes for sale are not good. We service them and check carefully to make sure they last for your journey in Vietnam or even into other countries (more services needed on the roads).

Reviews From Our Customers

Mr. Guy Gillespie from Australia.
Ms. Flora Le from Canada.

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  1. Alex Reply


    I’m looking to buy 2 dirt bikes for around $300-400 USD. Do you have anything? Thank you.


    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Alex. 99% of used motorbikes for sale in Vietnam to tourists is Chinese copy. We NEVER use a Chinese copy. Sadly for the price you mentioned you can only buy a very old of Chinese copy which is likely to break down everyday. A new Chinese Win 100-110cc costs about 600$US each. Vietnam charges 120% taxes for imported bikes from 125cc so a new Honda XR125 is about 2,800$US while a new CRF250L costs about 10,000$US. Crazy prices? That’s what we pay in Vietnam! So there is nothing we could do for you this time. Good luck.

  2. mike luff Reply

    I am looking to buy a bike. Preferabley honda xr 650 or xr 400.
    Do you know any for sale? Or where to buy a new one from ?

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Mike. Vietnam charges 120% taxes on imported bikes from 125cc. Dirt bikes have not been made in Vietnam and for a new XR400 you pay around 18,000$US (new) and expect from 20,000$US for a new XR650. You have to order from shops, they don’t have any in stock. The cheapest CRF250L goes for 10,500$US. Many people wanted big bikes but after they knew the prices most would never thought about this again. We still have to use the older XR250’s due to taxes.

  3. Johann Reply

    Hey, I’m in Hanoi with a friend and we are planning to drive with motorbikes to Saigon. So we are looking for cheap and small bikes for buying. Propably a Honda win 100-200 ccm^3? I hope you can help us to find good ones. Best regards, Johann

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Johan. Unfortunately, 99% of the “Honda Win” is in fact Chinese copies. Check the blue registration card and look at the engine. If you can’t find Honda printed on the card or the engine comes with both kick-start and electric start then it’s a Chinese fake. We care about customers’ safety, satisfactory and performance and never use a Chinese bike. Therefore we can’t assist this time. If your budget allows, buy one of our Honda XR250 as seen on this page and you will have a good time, the cost is from 1,500$US.

  4. Martin Reply


    I am looking for a second hand used Suzuki DRZ 400, do you sale any one or you know where to buy?

    Cheers, Martin

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Martin. Unfortunately we only work with Honda motorbikes and currently know nobody who has a bike as you requested for sale. A new bike would costs around 15,000$US with taxes included and most of used bikes are illegally imported into Vietnam. This means you have to accept the confiscation of the bike if the police pulls over. Normally a decent used one costs between 4,000 – 6,000$US range. Good luck with your research.

  5. James Reply

    Hi Anh,

    I have booked a holiday to travel to Vietnam in January of 2015, and I was wondering if you sold any legally powered touring/dirt bikes (e.g. Honda XL range) and how much they would approximately cost.



    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello James. Sadly, we have no manual touring motorbike for sale at the moment. There are many shops that deal with cheap Chinese copies but they are really unsafe noisy metal pieces. We don’t like Chinese bikes. However, you could buy the new XR125 for around 2,800$US brand-new. Alternatively, you can hire a Honda dirt bike from us, 25$US/day for XR125 or 35$US/day XR250. Please let us know if we can assist you in any other way.

  6. peter Reply

    I am looking to buy the XR250 bike, engine MB30 with a racing speed. inform me into my email if you have one that I can buy. thanks

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Peter. Unfortunately, we have no Honda XR250 for sale at the moment, but maybe in early 2015 when we upgrade our current bike fleet. Due to taxes, an used Honda XR250 costs from 2,500 to 3,300$US with papers. Are this price what you expected to spend?

  7. Jay Reply

    Hi I currently live in Ha Noi and im trying to track down a Honda GL to buy Do you think you can help in any way?


    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Jake. Unfortunately, we sold all Honda GL series last year so we have no bike available now. In addition, we don’t buy and sell used bikes, just sell what we don’t need to upgrade to newer or better fleet. Most of GL series are quite old now and you do need to know mechanic basics in order to have a great trip. Good luck with your research.

  8. Craig Albasri-Cox Reply

    I am looking to purchase an XL250 or 400cc bike. I am about 2m tall, 6’7″ and about 265 lbs. I need a taller bike that has enough power to carry up the hills at a decent speed. Let me know if you have anything available.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Craig. At the moment we have no manual clucth bike for sale. We only sell our bike(s) when we upgrade our bike fleet. We don’t buy and sell bikes. Good luck.

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