Myanmar Bike Rental

Experience Myanmar like you never have before

Let the adventure begin!

About Myanmar Bike Rental

My name is Tim, and I’ve been living in Myanmar for over 15 years. I recently decided to start Myanmar Bike Rentals, to share both my love of this amazing country, as well as my love of traveling by motorcycle.

There is such a massive difference in the experiences you can have between travelling by car/bus, and travelling by motorcycle. When in a car or bus, you are closed off from the countryside or people around you. Your destination is your main focus. When on a motorcycle, you are no longer a passive spectator to the views passing by your window. You are an active participant in whatever environment you are passing through. You are not just seeing, you are experiencing….the sights, sounds, smells…… Although your destination remains just as important, your journey, the act of getting, there has taken on a whole life of its own.

I rent out bikes to travellers who want to have the freedom to drive themselves around Mandalay, and the surrounding areas, or for the more adventurous minded, you can take one of the bikes for a longer tour around the country. That said, there are some areas of the country which are off limits to tourists, so please try to give us a general idea of where you are intending to go and we will be able to advise you on what’s possible. Currently, Inle Lake and Bagan are off limits to tourists on motorcycles, unless with a large organized tour.

In addition to the motorcycle rentals, we also offer guided “Big Bike Tours” of Mandalay and the surrounding cities. We keep these tours small (maximum of 4 bikes) and will tailor them to your tastes, so if interested, get in contact with us and tell us what you are interested in seeing and experiencing, and we will do our best to make it happen.

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Bikes & Pricing

We have a wide selection of bikes; ranging from simple step-through bikes to automatic scooters and on up to dirtbikes and cruisers. Whether you want to drive yourself around the city of Mandalay for a couple of days to take in the sights on your own, or go on a longer self drive tour of the country, we will do our best to pair you up with the bike that suits you best.

Anbo Hero 125cc

90cc to 125cc step-through (clutchless) motorcycles/scooters. Simple Chinese made clones of Japanese bikes like the Honda Supercub.

5,000 Kyats
$5 (approx)

Click 125cc

A 125cc FULLY automatic scooter, amazingly easy to drive, quiet, smooth, and economical. No fiddling about with gears and a clutch, totally hassle-free driving, perfect for taking in the sights around town and the surrounding areas.

10,000 Kyats
$10 (approx)
yamaha near Gotheik viaduct

Yamaha YBR 125cc

Very easy to drive, and practically bulletproof. A reliable and fun bike to ride.

15,000 Kyats
$15 (approx)

UM DSR 200cc

A tough, solid off-roader, the DSR is a bike that will take you almost anywhere you might be inclined to take a bike. Its air-cooled 200cc 4-stroke engine and decent ground clearance will ensure a dependable, hassle-free ride, no matter the terrain.

25,000 Kyats
$25 (approx)

UM-Hypersport 200cc

Sharing the same gusty 200cc 4-stroke engine as the DSR, but with more of an adventure touring layout, the Hypersport gives you the flexibility of good ground clearance and rugged frame, yet higher cruising speeds and better maneuverability. This bike is also available with either road tyres, or on/off road tyres (upon request).

25,000 Kyats
$25 (approx)

Honda Shadow 400cc

Our Honda Shadows are currently the biggest motorcycles you are likely to see on the roads here. Beautiful, classy and extremely comfortable. these bikes are guaranteed to make your motorcycle tour of Myanmar an unforgettable experience.

50,000 Kyats
$50 (approx)

How to Rent

1. Email

Send me an e-mail with the date that you would like the bike for, a general outline of where you want to go, and what type of bike you want. I’ll do my best to reply within 24 hours. (or to make it real easy use THIS contact form)

2. Show Up

Show up with your passport and driver’s license. I really don’t like handing my passport to anyone, so I won’t require you to do so either, but I do need to see a valid passport and driver’s license, which I will make a copy of.

3. Sign

I’ll show you the bikes. If you are satisfied, you sign a form stating that you are responsible for your own actions, and/or any damages done to the bike.

4. Deposit

Pay a deposit of $50 each for the smaller bikes/ manual scooters, $100 for the medium bikes and automatic scooters, and $200 for the big bikes (acceptable/preferable in local currency).

5. Return

At the end of your rental, return the bike(s) in the same condition as when you took them out. I’ll return your deposit to you.

Contact Form

Your Name


What bike would you like to rent?

Your Phone


Riding Experience

When do you want to rent?

Your Email

Please provide a general outline of where you would like to go:

Or give us a call at (+95) 9 421 130 276

Let the adventure begin!