Chiang Mai motorcycle accessory shops

KTMphil

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Cheap Motorcycle Apparel in Chiang Mai

Luke had been telling me about the super cheap motorcycle apparel shop on Sri Donchai road in Chiang Mai (the road off the south east corner of the city moat square that heads to Pantip Plaza / Night Bazaar)

The shop is called "Helmet2home" & is half way down Sri Donchai road on the LHS if heading east towards Panthip Plaza

This is what the shop looks like from the street

This one taken with the Garmin Montana Geotagging gps's camera (not bad)

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They have a website:

http://www.helmet2home.com/



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Some photo's from inside the store:

Motocross shirts from 490 bht

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Mesh jackets start around 2,300 bht

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O'Neill Motocross boots 4,990 bht

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Selection of other boots

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Decent robo-cop armour

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Back protector

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KTMphil

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Re: Cheap Motorcycle Apparel in Chiang Mai

Below is a map of the location of the "Helmet2home" shop. Its on the north side of Sri Donchai road


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AlexUSA

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Re: Cheap Motorcycle Apparel in Chiang Mai

Good deals for sure. Alpinestars Tech 3's for 7,000-8,000 last time I was shopping for boots.

The same guy owns at least two more branches of this store:

A fairly large one is on Changpeuak near the bus station in a run-down looking tent sort of market.

A smaller selection is hidden in the back of the Rincome market. I got an insane deal on some real Fox Bomber MX gloves at this one. Dirtshop sells them for 2,300+ and he was selling for 850 baht until he ran out.
 

alexuk

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Re: Cheap Motorcycle Apparel in Chiang Mai

Also masses of gloves there, handguards(maybe round the back,ask) and cheap headlights
 

KTMphil

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Superbike shop in Chiang Mai


New place just north of the Chiang Mai moat square, east of R 107, that seems to specialize in race bikes and tires, they had a huge supply of Pirelli slick tires in the shop.


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Looks like they a good stock of quality gear and had all the Motul lubricants and coolant
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Location:
Latitude : 18.79947 (18°47′58.108″N)
Longitude : 98.98855 (98°59′18.773″E)
Accuracy of signal : 5.0 m
show on google maps
 

KTMphil

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KMA

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anybody have the phone number for the honda shop on [h=2]Charoen Muang road ?[/h][h=2][/h]
 

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Starting my travels fro CM in Dec, does the Helmet2home shop do off road trousers? If so, are they any good and what price am I looking at to get a pair. I need some more and just wondering if better to buy in the UK or get them in CM
Thx
 

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You can buy almost all your riding gear at Helmet2home but most of it is Chinese copies but if your ditching your gear at the end of the trip probably your best bet. As for off road pants i would invest in some Klim Mojave pants, last a life time and cool.
 

Capss

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You can buy almost all your riding gear at Helmet2home but most of it is Chinese copies but if your ditching your gear at the end of the trip probably your best bet. As for off road pants i would invest in some Klim Mojave pants, last a life time and cool.

Thanks for the advice

Are the Klim pants a large fit ( i take a 34 but thinking of getting them as a 36 for more room)?
 

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Just to the east of Chiang Klang Rd, Google search position is slightly wrong, location is:



https://www.google.com/maps?q=18.77743769420089,99.00016594943266



Good quality brand gear (original)



Schuberth helmets 20k Bht ish



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Other cheaper brands


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Boots


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Revit riding clothing


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They can order from Panda Rider in Bangkok and have it in Chiang Mai the next day & will offer a 10% discount.



They also stock Sena Bluetooth headsets
 

KTMphil

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Next to Kad Suan Kaew Shopping center, in the shop where Pekky Pro Street used to be.


Co-ords:

N18.79626 E98.97715



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Looks like they will be the main top tier Chinese vendor in Chiang Mai for now, with Benelli and other better Chinese manufactured bikes


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The Benelli 300 is a good seller in Thailand


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This cruiser was 91,000 Bht


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This 150cc Triumph Thruxton copy is 66,000 Bht


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Dual sport 250cc = 63,000 Bht


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There is Jackets and other apparel for sale in the shop too



Map of location


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KTMphil

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Near the railway station in Chiang Mai, great shop if you're looking for quality brand clothing, helmets or bags.


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Very proud and curtious owner


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Location:

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Arai helmets 17,000 - 20,000 Bht


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Limited edition Arai helmets



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AGV 28,000 Bht


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More Arai

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Good quality Rev'it jackets, RHS was 8,000 Bht


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SW Motech dry bags 3,200 Bht


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AGV helmets


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Tire plugs and digital tire pressure guages


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Kriega R 20 backpack, great for adventure riding 3,700 Bht


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Bags Connection waterproof tank bags


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The owner's tricked out F 800 gs


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KTMPhil,

Have you tried the Arai helmets on at Chang Moto? I'm curious if the fit is the same as the fit of all Arai helmets at 786 Moto Group (http://786motogroup.com). According to the folks at 786 Moto Group, they are the largest Arai dealer in Thailand. I currently own an Arai Tour-X 4 that I bought in Germany. It fits my head really well. I have an oval shaped head (looking straight down at the top of my head). I tried on numerous Arai helmets at 786 Moto Group and absolutely none of them fit regardless of what size I tried on. All of the Arai helmets they sell are made for round heads.
 

KTMphil

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KTMPhil,

Have you tried the Arai helmets on at Chang Moto? I'm curious if the fit is the same as the fit of all Arai helmets at 786 Moto Group (http://786motogroup.com). According to the folks at 786 Moto Group, they are the largest Arai dealer in Thailand. I currently own an Arai Tour-X 4 that I bought in Germany. It fits my head really well. I have an oval shaped head (looking straight down at the top of my head). I tried on numerous Arai helmets at 786 Moto Group and absolutely none of them fit regardless of what size I tried on. All of the Arai helmets they sell are made for round heads.


No I havn't,I will try.
 

Stuey

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KTMPhil,

Have you tried the Arai helmets on at Chang Moto? I'm curious if the fit is the same as the fit of all Arai helmets at 786 Moto Group (http://786motogroup.com). According to the folks at 786 Moto Group, they are the largest Arai dealer in Thailand. I currently own an Arai Tour-X 4 that I bought in Germany. It fits my head really well. I have an oval shaped head (looking straight down at the top of my head). I tried on numerous Arai helmets at 786 Moto Group and absolutely none of them fit regardless of what size I tried on. All of the Arai helmets they sell are made for round heads.

I bought an Arai Tour-X 3 from earlier this year and had to go up one size to XL from my old Arai size L which was one of the original Tour-X helmets. Helmet sizes definitely not the same as European sizes.
 

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