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Whether you've got a Tico or a Lexus, a Dailim or a Harley, this is the forum to discuss transport in Cambodia. Where to buy it, how much to pay and what to do when the wheels fall off.
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2 expat owners in cambodia
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Bike is mental with over 60bhp at 200kg very scary
Has plate and card
Race bike with a led light
Ex KTM factory race bike.
Well maintained at sangs bike shop
Call 090 255825
Bike is in kompon speu
You’re correct (dry) weight just over 100kg. Power to weight pretty good, however it depends what you’re used too. I grew up on two stroke trial bikes (but fell off a lot) and road bikes and progressed to R1s, ZX9s and assorted Jap bikes.
Those KTMs look too nice to go off roading. Like a poseurs trial version of a Ducati!
Sound spanking though. Even the Indian made ones.
Have to agree but I suppose most "bikers" here ride Scoopy's or other ladies bikes.
Would make a nice starter bike for a youngster.
Sleep, those little slices of death — how I loathe them.