This is the amazing riding part of my 2nd day touring in Central Vietnam by motorbike.

After we’d swam in the river and I’d ridden the scooter in this video:

This was an incredible part of the Ho Chi Minh Road. Hours of endless twisting bends through gorgeous scenery with no intersections and basically no traffic either! Absolute motorcycling heaven!

In May 2017, I was lucky enough to be able to visit Vietnam and tour by motorcycle with Bikes & Drones, who I had gotten to know through this whole YouTube thing.

This is the 7th video in a series of motorcycling videos where I spent a week riding around the absolutely stunning mountains and seaside areas of Central Vietnam on a Honda XR125, which was made available to me by Bikes & Drones. I cannot thank him enough for the awesome experience.

Then it was back to Ho Chi Minh City for more adventures before flying home.

Bikes & Drones Version Of My Trip:

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My Vietnam Trip Photo Gallery:

Intro & Trailer Music Courtesy of Captain Cranky. An awesome musician and regular partner on motorcycle adventures.
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Bike: 2008 Suzuki V-Strom DL650
Cameras: GoPro Hero3+ White, GoPro Hero3 Black, Drift HD170
Editing: Final Cut Pro X (early videos before Feb 2013 were edited on Windows Movie Maker. From late Feb to Nov 2013 all videos were created on iMovie)

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