CycLE LAOS at your own pace
Exploring Laos on your own is great, but you need a bicycle to do it. Don't worry: we've got you covered. BIKING LAOS has one of the largest fleets of bicycles available for rent in the country. Our frames are in top condition and well-serviced by our passionate team of cyclists. Please note that rental service is only available to walk-in clients at this time.
OUR BIKE FLEET
SCOTT Aspect 740
The Scott Aspect 740 is a light, efficient bicycle that is fully ready to take on trail adventures in Laos. The double-butted aluminum frame is rapid on dirt roads, while the 100mm-travel SR Suntour suspension fork eases bumps and its powerful Shimano hydraulic disc bakes add control for fast, downhill riding. The Aspect 740 features 27.5-inch, all-terrain tires along with its sleek, race inspired design. Enjoy the ride out there!
The Specialized Hardrock is a great all around mountain bike for hills and trails. Equipped with A1 Premium Aluminum frame with double ORE down tube for a lighter, more compliant and durable bike, with disc mounts for upgrading 80mm-travel fork with preload adjustment and size-specific spring rates means the suspension is dialed for your size. Light and durable double-walled alloy rims are tough enough to handle the rough terrain in Laos.
Bianchi is considered to be one the world's oldest bicycle manufacturing companies still in existence. The Kuma bicycle features a 27.5” hydroformed aluminum frame, Shimano brakes and shifters, a 24-speed drivetrain, and a SR Suntour M3030 75mm fork to create a reliable ride through the Lao countryside. The Bianchi Kuma is the perfect bike to get off-road and explore Laos.
TREK LIVESTRONG FX
You will enjoy whipping through the back trails in Laos on this sporty bicycle. Trek's FX is a versatile bike with a lightweight Alpha Gold aluminum frame complete with 700c wheels, a combination that lets you ride further and faster with the same effort. This bike comes equipped with a 24-speed drivetrain and puncture-resistant tires to handle unexpected terrain throughout Laos.