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mongolian registered bike accross the border

Hello all,

Anyone has some correct info on getting a mongolian registered chinese motorbike out of mongolia to russia?

Lot of rumors that its not possible, cant find any person who managed to do it. First want a clear answer before buying my motorbike(-:

Contacted mongoluan embassy and some contacts in UB already, now running short in time....

Anyone got some information?
Tnx!
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Having seen the quality of the Chinese stuff for sale in Mongolia, I would question the wisdom of buying a Mong/Chinese bike.

On topic: If the bike is registered in your name, then what's the problem? If it's not, then there is a large problem.
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I might never reach the border indeed on a chinese motorbike(-:

Well, i can only get it registered with mongolian transit plates. Seems weird to me that you can take it out on transit plates, no?

Maybe driving a eu registered bike thats in ub back to eu would be better....
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Well, i can only get it registered with mongolian transit plates. Seems weird to me that you can take it out on transit plates, no?
No. That's what transit plates are for = to permit export of vehicles from the country where the plates are issued.

I guess how far you can get after that depends on the validity of the transit plates elsewhere.
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No. That's what transit plates are for = to permit export of vehicles from the country where the plates are issued.

I guess how far you can get after that depends on the validity of the transit plates elsewhere.
Allright, I m a newbie, arrived here by bicycle(-:

Validity is 30 days, i was told!
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Allright, I m a newbie, arrived here by bicycle(-:

Validity is 30 days, i was told!
Just so everyone is clear, Raf has been on a epic journey for about a year by bicycle. He rode through turkey and Iran in winter and did the Pamir highway the same time i was there this summer. Raf may be a noob to motos, but not to adventure travel.

he has an amazing blog. Op naar Mongolië

I hope you are able to ride Raf! Cheers and good luck. I wish I had more info for you.
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Hi guys,

Seems that my motorbike plan will be posponed to next year or smthing. Been sick in bed for last days, so running out of time to get it sorted out....

Tnx for the help anyway! I ll go back to belgium, get my driving licence and buy an Ural with sidecar(-:
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Nooooo! Is this true?! After months of considering where I'll adventure to next (in Australia now), I finally got excited about buying a cheap Chinese 150cc Mustang and trying to get to Europe on it. I've been looking into registering it and taking it out of Mongolia, without finding a ton of info.

People think it's a no go?? The plan was to stay in Australia until May (year visa) then head to Mongolia in June, 2014.

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