Mang Den - My Khe

Distance: 150 kms

There’s not too much in the way of attractions on this ride though for me the whole ride is an attraction. Shorter in respect of distance and for anyone wanting to make up a day easy enough to continue on up the coast to Hoi An or Da Nang.

To Veo Lac this morning is an exceptional track. For those on big bangers as good as it gets. Can be hard on footpegs and exhaust guards 🙄

Plenty off this map to explore if you want to fill the day up particularly for those on XR’s or smaller capacity adventure bikes. I take my Multistrada anywhere but it can be challenging, especially in the steep mountain areas.

(A, B, C & E) today are scenic areas for photo opportunities or just to suck it in.

(B) is a great view over the valley where you are about to ride in the foreground.

Once you get off the range for the more adventurous (D) will divert you to a minority road and through some lovely village country. This bridge is the entry if you turn a little earlier. Much more interesting through there. Some unsealed sections but at the rate the concrete is going down will be all paved before long.

Once into My Khe you’ll notice plenty of fresh seafood restaurants along the beach road. I find them expensive and the beer is never cold. The restaurant attached to the hotel is as good as any for my money. It’s a lovely beach and a great place to be up at dawn. This sunset I shot with my drone shows just how narrow the land passage is between the river and beach.

Full route maps, accommodation and food information (excluded from the above itinerary) will come with all our touring rental bikes.

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