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Photo by Igor Djokovic, camping above San Juan river, Arizona USA

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Arrow checkpoint in Java Indonesia

Hi globetrotter,

Welcome to Indonesia,if any foreign rider need help for their bike,servicing,parts or just route information.come to my site or text me on gpexpert@gmail.com as you may ride various bike which is not common local bike.inform me earlier so i can prep everything before you come.safe ride,good luck..keep in touch.

This is Jose and pillar from Spain.




welcome amos schaub from switzerland to Indonesia



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Ryan ralke from winipeg canada


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Andrew Watkins from Australia come to superbiker moto shop with radiator problem,and solved.well done andrew,come again.



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Cal Foulner,a rider from perth australia.rode his KLR650 to indonesia with his surfboard on the side of his bike.c yaa round cal
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my mate robbie

Robbie could not have been more valuable or a better person to have as a friend in indonesia. Even before I had met him in person he was helping me find good motorbike mechanics in jakarta when my bike was overheating and being my official translator when the English barrier arose (which is often in indonesia). As I arrived in solo he had dinner waiting for me and checked me into a cheap but good hotel near his shop. He helped source parts, stored my bike for a month when I had to return home for work and introduced us to a number of his contacts along the way.
So thanks so much robbie (and your family) for helping me out so much. Hopefully your next visitors wont be ao needy!! Haha
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Andrew,

It is a pleasure to us here,see you some where,sometime....keep rolling buddy.
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Here is Raymond Frederich 2wheelvagabond.blogspot.com ,Tall and tough australian rider,got chance to ride with me and will join my local tour.fastest foreign rider i ever lead..haha.heading fro OZ to europe and africa.roll out to your goal dude.

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Postcard from Amos schaub,finish Europe-OZ,auwiedersehen Amos.Congrats.

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welcome to indonesia
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Kurt Goran Andersen,Norwegian rider.Traveled on his Yamaha XT660 Tenere.Welcome to Indonesia and he is ready to go arround Indonesia.Monitored since he was in Thailand

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Thanks Roby for servicing my bike and improving some details here and there with a skilled hand. And thanks to you and your lovely family for being so friendly, helpful, patient and nice with me. Very much appriciated!

If anyone is in need of servicing, repair, fixing or upgrading their bike and youre on Java Indonesia - this is place to go. Plenty of hotels, homestays, guesthouses, restaurants and all kind of shops around, so its a perfect place for a little pitstop.

Regards from Kurt Gøran Andersen aka Snakeboy
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Thanks Roby for servicing my bike and improving some details here and there with a skilled hand. And thanks to you and your lovely family for being so friendly, helpful, patient and nice with me. Very much appriciated!

If anyone is in need of servicing, repair, fixing or upgrading their bike and youre on Java Indonesia - this is place to go. Plenty of hotels, homestays, guesthouses, restaurants and all kind of shops around, so its a perfect place for a little pitstop.

Regards from Kurt Gøran Andersen aka Snakeboy
Thank you Kurt,youre always welcome.keep riding
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A big group from Czech republic,hongaria,polland,slovakia come to my site.
They are making film to be broadcast on tv.driving 2 old trabant 601 and fiat 126 and jawa and CZ bikes.long way come to visit me....ah what a funny group they are.one of them driven by disabled couple on wheel chair,awesome....their web Trabantem napříč Tichomořím








This is Robyn Sparkes from sussex United Kingdom
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Germany and Czech overlander

A couple from rep.Czech,Marek and Ivana

a dinner with us here


A couple from Germany and Italy,Chris and Laura

Evacuate to our workshop from Yogyakarta,got broken piston,broken ring,bent 4 valves,broken pushrod,broken water pump,broken oil pump,broken sleeve,you name it.done in 24hrs.





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