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    • 24 Mar 2018
    • 17:00
    • Smokeys BBQ @ Joo Chiat

    We have planned an evening ride to Smokey"s BBQ @ Joo Chiat for Dinner @ 1900. 

    For the dinner, you have a choice of Main Course from the options below. For ease of catering, kindly indicate your choice when registering.

    US Prime Brisket 

    ST Louis Spare Ribs

    Grandpa Joe Burger

    Grilled Salmon Fillet

    Chicken Leg

    Vegan Burger

    All main course comes with Fries & Coleslaw and free flow of soda Coke / Coke Zero / Sprite / Soda Water

    For description of the main course options, please take a look at their full menu here: Smokeys_Menu_2016.pdf

    We will Meet @ HDS 1700

    Push Off 1730 for a short ride around the island before going for dinner.

    If you have any questions, please contact Gopala (activities_1@singaporehog.com)

    • 11 Apr 2018
    • 16 Apr 2018
    • Phuket
    Registration is closed

    Phuket Bike Week 2018 - “World Ride Together”

    Due to a lack of interest HOG will not not organize a Ride to Phuket Bike Week this year.  The registration is therefore closed. 

    Interested parties may contact Team 27 (Peter Poh) for tickets and the possibility of joining their group for riding up together. 

    Phuket Bike Week 2018 (PBW)
       11th – 16th April 2018 

    PHUKET BIKE WEEK 2018 “WORLD Ride Together”, the legendary event in Asia, will celebrate the 24th anniversary on 11st -14th April 2018. This event will be the large gathering of motorcyclists, expecting to draw over 10,000 motorcycles, 50,000 visitors from 30 countries to Phuket. The excitement will take place in Patong Beach on 11st - 14th April 2018 and in Phuket Town on 20th -21st April 2018.

     More info here: http://www.phuketbikeweek.com

    HOG Member Exclusive Trip Packages:

    6D5N Trip Package | 11th – 16th Apr’18 

    - 1 Rider to his own room + 1 x PBW Event Bundle = $518 SGD
    - Pair/Couple sharing a room + 2 x PBW Event Bundle = $632 SGD

    Ride Itinerary:

    Day 1) 11th Apr | WED - Singapore to Hatyai 
    overnight in Hatyai Hotel

    Day 2) 12th Apr | THU - Hatyai to Phuket
    at Sleepwithme Hotel

    Day 3) 13th Apr | FRI Phuket
    at Sleepwithme Hotel

    Day 4) 14th Apr | SAT Phuket
    at Sleepwithme Hotel

    Day 5) 15th Apr | SUN - Phuket to Hatyai 
    overnight at Hatyai Hotel

    Day 6) 16th Apr | MON  - Hatyai to Singapore  

    Trip Packages Information: 

    - Accommodation for all nights, standard rooms, daily breakfast included
    - Hotel beds are double beds unless otherwise requested by participants
    - Total distance of riding, est 2680 km
    - PBW Event Bundle distributed upon arrival at Sleepwithme Hotel
    - Songkran Festival (Thai New Year) falls on Friday 13th Apr  
    - PBW VIP Grand Dinner is on 12t th Apr  7-10 pm, inside event space at Patong Beach
    - If you wish to share a room by pairing with a fellow rider, kindly make self-arrangements
    - Further ride/activity details shall be sent closer to event date through email/Whatsapp group chat

    Registration, Payment & Terms:
    - Buy your tickets here and select room occupancy 
    - Trip Package is subjected to room availability  
    - Trip Package is applicable to HOG members only with the exception of member’s pillion passenger
    - Trip Package is put together by HOG committee and sold at our cost
    - Trip Package is non-refundable but is transferable to another member, with name change notification made latest by 7 days before departure date

    Each PBW Event Bundle (Worth $65) Includes: 

    - PBW VIP Grand Dinner 

    - PBW T-shirt short sleeve (Sizes available: M, L, XL & XXL)

    - Pin & Patch

    - others


    - Check that your Bike is in Good Condition for this Long-Distance Ride 
    - Tires to be in good condition 
    - Pump full tank at each petrol station stopped. 200km min mileage per tank is required.
    - Bring passport, SG Cash-Card and MY toll card and change sufficient RM and Baht prior to trip

    Things you need for the ride up to Thailand:

    Photocopy of Bike owners log card with "Certified True Copy" stamped by HDS. (2 copies in case one gets damaged)

    Copy of motorcycle insurance showing you are covered in the whole of Thailand.

    Medical Insurance Card.
    A valid Driver’s License and a valid International License.
    A Passport with validity for a minimum of 6 months.
    Cash Card for toll at Singapore Immigration. 
    Touch&Go Card for Malaysia toll lanes.
    Spare Key and security fob (if used). Do not keep the spare key with the bike.
    Sufficient Cash/Credit Cards (If you are using Credit Card at fuel stops, do inform your bank of your Malaysia and Thailand travel plans prior in case it gets blocked).

    A completed Thailand Immigration Form.

    Completed Thai Customs forms T2 and T3

    Once stamped into Thailand we need to submit the bike registration form and get a Customs Declaration, a 10,000 Baht fine if you don’t have this when you leave.

    If it is not your bike you are riding, also have a letter from the owner stating you can ride the bike in Thailand for these dates.

    Ride Safe
    Activities Officers Group 
    Harley Owners Group Singapore

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    • 11 Aug 2018
    • Tanjong Jara Resort

    After the large turnout for our last Luxury Edition MDR to Pangkor Laut, we are doing it again but this time to Tanjong Jara (http://www.tanjongjararesort.com/index.html) over the National Day Public Holiday.

    Facing a crescent-shaped beach of golden sand, shaded by tall palms rustling in the breeze with views of the turquoise sea, Tanjong Jara Resort is attended to by a people steeped in traditions as timeless as Terengganu itself. 

    Located on the pristine East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, explore a sanctuary of traditional luxury and well-being steeped in age-old Malay traditions. 

    Designed to reflect the elegance of 17th century Malay palaces, this tranquil resort offers a genuine taste of the region's spirit and its rich natural heritage. Based on the Malay concept of Sucimurni, which emphasises purity of spirit, health and well-being, this secluded hideaway encourages true rejuvenation of both body and spirit. 

    Authentic in architecture and attitude, always warm and welcoming, here is an environment to let go, relax deeply and take time to rediscover yourself, your family or your friends; surrounded by the resort’s staff drawn from the local villages, who truly embody the gentle Malay art of service and hospitality. 

    Discover a wide variety of possible experiences - lazy and languid, energetic and outdoors, indulgent and regenerative, cultural and enlightening - choose whether to fold them into a single visit, or craft each visit differently to meet your needs.

    We have two different room types to choose from:

    Serambi Sea View Rooms: Located on the ground floor as well as on the first floor, Serambi Sea View Rooms enjoy panoramic views of the South China Sea and the verdant tropical gardens from a personal verandah. 
    Average room size: 55 square metres 

    Anjung Room: These semi-detached single-storey rooms are spacious havens, facing the beachfront. Every room features a symmetrical outdoor bath which sits in its own private courtyard as well as an indoor bathroom. The doors and windows open out to a canopied verandah overlooking the beautifully landscaped tropical gardens and sea. 
    Average room size: 88 square metres 

    Irrespective of room choice, package includes:

    Accommodation of choice for two (2) nights’ stay

    Full Board i.e all meals while staying at the resort

    YES Huddle 4G Mobile Hotspot for wireless internet access

    Access to the various facilities which can be viewed through their website

    Further details of activities at the resort as well as push off timing, route etc will be updated closer to the date. We will return to Singapore on a Saturday evening so you still have the Sunday to recover from the long ride.

    Due to contract requirements with the hotel, registrations will close on 15th April 2018. We have limited rooms allocated for us so it will close earlier if the rooms are sold out.

    Please note that this will be a long day of riding. Fuel stops will be about 150kms apart and your bike has to be able to do that minimum distance on a tank of fuel.

    If you have any questions, please contact Adam (director@singaporehog.com).

    • 08 Sep 2018

Where is GP?

GP stands for Gelang Patah, and it is the first city after crossing the border at TUAS Second Link.

We normally meet at the first Petron Station, located approximately 2km from the border. The map on the right shows the exact location. Click here to see how the place looks like.

Please note that there is also a Petronas station, right after the Petron one. Stop at the first one.


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