Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Phuket, Thailand
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I don't want to be a kill-joy......
But as you can see if you click on the websites, they are mostly done in Thai script. You will find that at most motor cycle shops Thai will be the only language spoken. That is if you can find them. Getting around Bangkok is a bit of a mission. Additionally, in general motorcycle dealers don't tend to stock much in the way of accessories and gear. They tend to be available at small places that also fit them.
You could find some joy at likes of Redline's suggestion, Sumet Cycles, but motorcycle shops in Thailand are not like what you find in the west. The millions of motorcycles on the roads here are mostly fairly utilitarian machines. Young fellows do them up a bit, but the motorcycle culture and commerce is different.
Frankly, you could be better to spend your time being amazed by other things that Bangkok has to offer, rather than getting frustrated searching for and dealing with moto supply places.
I still remember the first time I left the airport, being amazed by the mini-skirted gals perched side-saddle on the hundreds of Honda Cubs weaving their way through the traffic. Despite having ridden carrying the same as pillion on several occasions, I remain amazed how they they manage to stay put, so elegantly.
there are old motorcyclists and bold motorcyclists,
but you seldom meet an old bold motorcyclist
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