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- I love green e-Bike
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Go green Go eletricWritten September 9, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very nice owner. Our bike broke down and he arrived immediately to help us. Also the perfect way to visit Angkor!Written September 19, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Is it still illegal to rent a motorbike in Siem Reap? (Dec21) Or would be easier to get a moto driving license?Written December 5, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We hired mountain bikes from Cavar Biking and they satisfied our expectations and needs, we cycled at least 35km around the temples and off road without any problems. The bikes were delivered on time and picked up on time to our hotel. Price to hire the bikes were decent which included dropping them off and picking them up. Thank you! Would highly recommend, a very polite company.Written October 10, 2019
- We did an E bike tour with Vong who was a great guide. We visited the local market, farms including an oyster mushroom farm and lotus flower farm. The countryside was beautiful and Vong was very knowledgeable. The W bikes were really electric scooters and pedalling was not really an option. But it was very hot so we were happy not to pedal!Written February 13, 2020
- We went to the shop opposite to Borei Angkor Resort which I believe to be owned by same company. Hiring two bikes for the day was very straight forward. Bikes were in fair but safe condition (great for what we needed as perfect paintwork would have been a liability). They came with bike lock and helmet but also a phone number to call in case of a problem with the bike. We left a driver license as deposit (pretty standard).
I got a drop frame 'girlie' bike with a basket and soft saddle which was comfy all day and more than adequate for road conditions. My husband got a mountain bike with a very hard saddle (the lady in the shop did offer a softer one). He was not as comfortable as me!
I would recommend a traditional drop frame bike with basket as road conditions are good and mountain bike not needed.
Cycling 25km in 90% humidity and 38 degree heat turns out to feel very different to 25km in UK! The next day we took a tuk tuk 🤣Written August 22, 2019
- We paid 21$ for 3 days per bike. They were great fun once we had sorted out the battery issues. Batteries are supposed to last for about 40km, but all batteries wear down eventually and we suspect they keep using the did batteries when they should be replaced. One of our bikes only made it 9km on the first trip, not even making it to the battery swap location. To avoid a dud, check your maximum speed - they should do 24km/h when fully charged, but the dud only did around 20km/h and this soon dropped down to almost nothing. If you can't reach the maximum speed when fully charged, then ask for another battery straight away. Other things to note - they do offer helmets but they are old and battered and none of them were a good fit for us. Also, the pedals that are to be used if you run out of battery had been removed from all the scooters. If you're travel insurance allows you to use electric push bikes then removing the pedals may disqualify these scooter/bikes. Overall they are very fun to use - we loved the independence to explore, although they are slower than normal motorbikes and take a bit of getting used to - brakes are very sudden, and traffic on the roads can be a bit nuts! Also you only need to leave a driving licence, not passports as deposit.Written April 28, 2019
- I did a half day tour around the countryside ending at the floating village and it was so good. It was like a private tour, as none else joined it, and the guide explained me a lot of things about cambodia and their culture. I think it is an interesting tour if you like cycling and wants to visit the real cambodia.Written September 5, 2018
- I stayed and visited Siem Reap for 4 days and was looking for the most convenient method of transportation into this little town. I came to know about this bike rental place run by Mr. Som Sangha, who is very friendly and nice guy. He explained to me how to use the bikes, which are effortless to ride and maintain charge for a long distance. Also he gave me an idea about the route to visit the whole Angkor wat temple complex.
All bikes were new and in excellent condition with a max speed of 20 km/h and equipped with a bright light for night riding. They also provide locks for parking. I throughly enjoyed the experience and would highly recommend these eco-friendly bikes from E-Bike Granpa to anyone interested in a fun and healthy way to visit Seam Reap and Angkor Wat in a good time.Written September 28, 2019
- best service and friendly driver with tour guide we would like to recommend to everyone come to visit in siem reap angkor .Written June 18, 2022
- at Motorover have many motor for us to choose. i have a great day by riding around angkor area with my friend.Written April 25, 2019
- Went on a 4 day tour, 2 adults and three boys aged 6, 9 and 12. It included 3 days of cycling and 1 day of hiking around the various Angkor Wat temples and countryside.. The Cambodia Cycling Company organized the bike hire, a support vehicle, driver, guide and accommodation.. The youngest boy had a trailer bike attached to his dads bike and the two older boys had bikes right for their size. The cycling distances varied from 25 to 65 km, but at any time you could ride in the support vehicle if you felt tired. The bikes were all in good shape. The accommodation was great. All Meals were also included in the price. The only extras you had to pay for were mealtime drinks.
The driver and guide would pick us up each day at our hotel and take us to the bike depot and start cycling to the days destinations - the various Angkor Wat temples. There are several stops along the way for water, pop and fruit.
On the last day we were taken on an easy hike to waterfalls and another amazing temple.
Very impressed with this tour, the temples, attractions, the organization and the people. Our guide and driver were fantastic: knowledgable, friendly, accommodating.
Note: some of the cycling at the start and end of each day was on the busy streets of Siem Reap and if you don't like cycling in traffic you should let your guide know beforehand and ride the van for these parts. We had no problem with traffic but it might scare some people.
I do not hesitate to highly recommend this tour. Excellent.Written October 15, 2016
- The White Bicycles was the cheapest bike rental option we found, and it's a non-profit organization, so we were sold! There are multiple places to pick up bikes (check out their website), and there were many bikes to choose from. The bikes weren't in perfect condition, but were definitely adequate for riding on the roads to and in the Angkor archaeological park, around town, and down to tonle sap. We kept them for 6 days, saw everything at our own pace and got exercise too! It was a great and inexpensive way to explore the area.
All bikes are city bikes. Rental included locks, but no helmet. All had a rack on the back and most had baskets in front, perfect for carrying snacks and lots of water. 2 bikes had lights, but they didn't work, so we used a headlamp and phone at night.Written April 5, 2016
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