The Kawasaki ER-6N motorbike is a characterful middleweight all-rounder for cross-city travelling. But take it on the winding roads of Koh Samui and you’ll appreciate the easy handling, rider friendliness and fun factor this agile bike has to offer.
With epic looks, the Kawasaki ER-6N is muscular in appearance and noticeably the bike is very compact. It is usefully low for shorter riders and the seats offer comfortable riding. The suspension is soft, ideal for the conditions on Samui
Exploring Koh Samui by motorbike is a great experience, offering freedom and flexibility to stop anywhere at your convenience…something not afforded by car. Our prices are also among the best in Koh Samui, with insurance included, protecting you should you have an accident. On a full tank, the range is 190 miles, which will take you around Koh Samui almost 3 times!
The Kawasaki ER-6N even though is easy to ride, is not for beginners. Only experienced riders should take out our more powerful bikes. With a manual gearbox, the ER-6N has a 649cc engine, delivering a playful amount of power to explore the mountainous areas with relative ease.
Like in any country, riding a motorbike can be dangerous but in Koh Samui it can be more so because of the road conditions being either sandy or wet, as well as other bikers and vehicles on the road. Please give due care and attention when riding around Samui and please refer to our guide on how to motorbike safely in Koh Samui.
Warning: the level at which drivers obey the rules of the road varies in Thailand. Please be aware of vehicles: speeding, coasting at a very slow speed, turning without indicating or suddenly breaking.
Warning: the roads around Koh Samui are notoriously dangerous. Please allow plenty of breaking distance when wet, dry (sand) and between other vehicles.
Info: It is required by law to wear a helmet. If you are in one of the accidents that frequently occur on Koh Samui it will save your life. The traffic police often set up road blocks to catch people who don't wear them, where an hour of time is spent queuing to pay a fine of 300 baht.
|Transmission||Manual 6 speed|
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