Motor Bike Rental in Baguio City
The motor bike trend has now returned, and there are many eager enthusiasts out in the market today who would like to get their hands and collect these bikes. The bike trend started getting popular in the 60-80’s but they were overshadowed by their mini dirt bike brothers who took on center stage with the rising popularity of racing these dirt bikes. But now they are coming back once more to the racing scene. Mini motor bike or pocket bikes as they are often called nowadays is gaining racing popularity on some countries in Asia and in the States.
They now come in new designs; some are replicas of choppers and some replicas of their motorbike brethren. The engines that were used before are the ones also used by lawnmower companies for their lawnmowers. But the engines that are used today have been taken up a notch. You can now find a mini motor bike with a 39-50cc+ engine. These are mostly used for competition purposes and not for everyday use.
These motor bikes are mostly rented out for tourist. You experience riding these bikes simply by renting them out with your friends around the circuit so you would know how a motor bike would feel while touring the Baguio city.
You cannot use them on public roads and freeways without wearing the proper safety gear like a crash helmet. You are also required to bring with you at all times your vehicle registration and your driver’s license. Baguio Motors Motorcycle Rentals has everything you need to tour the town.
There are also plenty of upgrade options to choose from nowadays. Stores and retail shops sell parts and accessories needed to upgrade and soup up your bikes. If you wish to have mini that could go fast then consider an upgrade. You can either take your bike to a custom bike shop to get it upgraded or you can do the upgrading and accessorizing yourself. You can save a heap of time by just taking your bike in and getting it upgraded but prepare cough up a few extra dough for the parts and the labor. Although if you want to save money and take your time upgrading your one bike part at a time then go for it.