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Cardamons Extreme Enduro with the Hanoi SMC Crew

The boys from Hanoi SMC

Last Month I and Mr. La took the Hanoi SMC, a group of expats who ride dirt bikes in Vietnam, through Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains on our Extreme Enduro. Mike Keenan of Wide Eyed Tours, a travel company based in Vietnam, had done a day tour with us earlier that year and had rounded the boys together. We had a great week on a wide range of terrain that offered amazing riding and beautiful scenery. They were a strong group and it was a good pace for the week, but being used to the higher altitude and cooler temperatures in Hanoi the lads suffered bit with the heat, as we went in a very hot week for March, and the closed jungle trails were a boiling pot. It seems to be getting hotter earlier every year. Even we suffered a bit!

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Cambodia - A Dirt Biker's Paradise!

Stuck fast in the canal

We are very lucky to live in Cambodia. The people here are so friendly and easy to get on with and the food and vibrant culture make every day interesting. Also, the weather is great all year round. It is also a dirt bikers paradise, with the country offering a wide array of conditions from flat fast single track through the forests to technical mountain trails on the border regions. These all completely change come the monsoon. Living in Siem Reap though, we can be on great trails within 10 minutes. Our regular afternoon/weekend riding spots are, depending on the time of year: The Tonle Sap Lake floodplains, around Phnom Krom Mountain, The West Barey and the canals leading away to Phnom Bok and beyond.

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Craig's Ten Day Adventure

Sunset on the Mekong River

Earlier in January I had the pleasure of showing Craig around Cambodia. He had booked a ten day touring and sightseeing tour with us. As an experienced road biker he was also eager to get off road and check out the great trails Cambodia had to offer. Starting in Siem Reap we worked our way around the great Tonle Sap lake to finish back here and then get a couple of day tours to ride the amazing trails scattered around Siem Reap province. Each day we would be riding between 150 - 200km.

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New Year In the Jungle

Sunset Near Koh Ker Temple

This year we had a tour over New Year, and by 8pm I was in bed after a full day riding loamy single track to the remote jungle temple of Preah Khan. Maybe I am getting old, but I would much prefer to spend my New Year’s Eve like this, with the knowledge of more great riding in store for the next day instead of a hangover!

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