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Great to hear it worked out well.
The bike rental standard is being raised in Mk.

Do tenereriders have an actual shop/address in RAK?
Cnf on the website.

Would be great if they or someone gets the new 450 in next year.
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Great to hear it worked out well.
The bike rental standard is being raised in Mk.

Do tenereriders have an actual shop/address in RAK?
Cnf on the website.

Would be great if they or someone gets the new 450 in next year.
The office is at Appt 43, el khattabi, Résidence Jawad, 109 Bd Abdelkrim Al Khattabi, Marrakech 40000, Marokko
I went straight to the pickup/return location for the bike; it is an underground parking garage across the Fuel Station Service Afriquia on Blvd Mohamed Zerktouni.

I would love to ride the new Himalayan!
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Rentals in Casa

https://www.adventure-centre.com/
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Are some of those 390s? They all look the same to me.
The garage was particularly empty yesterday.

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Are some of those 390s?
It seems not; nothing new there yet.
Just had a chat, and it seems Loc may not be replacing their ageing 2018 310s with 390s after all.
Something about cam chain tensioner problems not covered by the warranty?
I thought that was a 1980s thing.

Plus is seems the formerly ditched 310s are being imported again by BMW Mk for the Police (who used Tornados before) which may mean a supply for civilians.
That would be fine by me; done 1000s of trouble-free kms on 310s out here, and much less of an upheaval for Loc's mechanic who knows them well by now.
And the sirens and blue flashing lights would speed things up when passing through villages on market day.

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Bike hire agadir

Looking for a bike that will carry a passenger and do the high atles mountains, dades gorge etc and some gravel tracks. Cant really find anything in agadir apart from a honda xl650 so quite an old bike. Worried about it being reliable as we will be out in middle of no where at times. Dont want to pay 200 a day. know there is a sticky above but somewhat out of date.
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Few people rent there afaict.
You'll find a much better selection out or Marrakech and be nearer the places you mention.
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Looking for a bike that will carry a passenger and do the high atles mountains, dades gorge etc and some gravel tracks. Cant really find anything in agadir apart from a honda xl650 so quite an old bike. Worried about it being reliable as we will be out in middle of no where at times. Dont want to pay 200 a day. know there is a sticky above but somewhat out of date.
So how did you go finding a bike for 2 up riding? My wife and i are thinking about riding the south and at home we have a GS1250 but bikes like that seem pretty expensive in Morocco. Would love a Honda A/T or GS1200 for a few weeks.
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