Thursday, January 30, 2014

River crossings by motorcycle in Asia

There is a lot of ways to get across the rivers here in Asia.
Even when they have bridges, they can be very sketchy and you have to walk across them just to test if they will hold the weight of you and your bike.
Sometimes you are just better off riding across.
Rivers need to be walked to check the depth or you can watch some one else and decide how to go about crossing. Locals usually know the best way.
Sometimes you can find a good makeshift ferry to carry your bike across.
But most of the time it is just an ordinary boat. Basically an over sized canoe that is used to carry people across.
There are no docks and the boats can't pull up onto the beach. You usually have to bring the bikes into the water to load and unload them but that is just one obstacle.
The beaches have soft sand which you have to cross to get to and from the boats and it doesn't stop there.
Most beaches are below steep hills or even cliffs that you must get up and down.
Basically you just have to be prepared to get a little dirty like in all good adventures!
Here is a video where I had a little fun with a bridge crossing.......


  1. good stuff! hey its mark, part of tim's roofing crew last summer! little cooler on roof today! 6in. of snow. happy new year brother!

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  3. Hey,
    This is very real pictures you shared here on River crossings by motorcycle in Asia. I got much pleasure to see this. This is really funny things. Thanks for making giving enjoyment.

  4. Hello Bean're,
    This is a great article. Asia has some great visiting place. There are a lot of enjoyable place you can visit. Thank you for the post.

  5. The blog is very much interesting and it helped me out solve my problems easily and go through the points and gave the proper point to be get forward for river crossing by motorcycle. Actually, It works. Thank you!

  6. Thanks for sharing this so interesting post! I really want to be thankful for the way you have put it here.

  7. When there are no more steps to stand on, we need to let go of ourselves and learn to rely on God to guide you across the river. sound of nature