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Ride China is a specialized motorcycle tour company, dedicated to provide motorcycle tours and motorcycle rentals. Ride China offers unique motorcycle tours to China's most intriguing destinations. We are the specialist and also the longest standing  adventure tour operator in China for adventure travelers. We provide permit, riding guides and free route planning for world travelers who want to travel in China with their own vehicles. With the rich experience we have built up over the past 15 years, We bring you a safe, affordable and unforgettable riding experience to China.

 

Day Tour (off road)

   

Ride the Chinese Silk Road

   

Shangri_la, Kham and Silk Road

Kunming Off road motorcycle tours Ride the Chinese silk road via Dunhuang, Xi'an and Chendgu Ride along the Entire Himalayan and Karakorum Mountains; Pay homage to Mt. Everest, Mt. Kailash and visit the ancient Guge Kingdom. Visit Lhasa, Shangri_la and the sub tropical Xishuangbanna.

dirt bikes & gears included, Every Saturday

Bishkek to Laos in 23 days, Sept. 20, 2015

SE. Asia to Central Asia  April 10, 2016

 

Bishkek to Nepal through Tibet

   

Long Weekend Off Road Tour

   

Burma Road Winter Escape

The Burma Road (Chinese: 求着巷揃) was a road linking Burma (also called Myanmar) with the southwest of China. Its terminals were Kunming, Yunnan, and Lashio, Burma. It was built while Burma was a British colony in order to convey supplies to China during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Preventing the flow of supplies on the road helped motivate the occupation of Burma by the Empire of Japan in 1942. Use of the road was restored to the Allies in 1945 after the completion of the Ledo Road.

Ride the entire Himalayas 21 day, Sept. 13

November 5-8, 2015, Thursday-Sunday

Dec. 27-Jan. 01, 2015-16, Sunday-Friday

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