Road condition from strung treng to siem reap

pib

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Feb 2, 2011
Hello
is anyone can help on road conditions from strung treng to siem reap?
by 216 and 66 for instance? paved? unpaved? if unpaved how dirt is it?
or does anyone have a good advice to join siem reap by north side?
I am looking for a nice road, dirt is fine as long it is not "destroyed" for tens of kilometers... and force a speed close to 5-10 and hour!
thx for your advices
 

LivinLOS

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Comments valid for Border entry and Stung Treng down the 7 to Kampong Cham routes..

Easy good tarmac.. Odd pothole but nothing any normal road bike cant hack in daylight..

Getting into towns (Kratie / Stung Treng itself if you can call it a town) sections of rubble / bad or unsurfaced rd but again, nothing of any drama.
 

KTMphil

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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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LivinLOS -

Any recommendations on the area? where is good where to avoid (while it's fresh in your mind)?



LivinLOS said:
Comments valid for Border entry and Stung Treng down the 7 to Kampong Cham routes..

Easy good tarmac.. Odd pothole but nothing any normal road bike cant hack in daylight..

Getting into towns (Kratie / Stung Treng itself if you can call it a town) sections of rubble / bad or unsurfaced rd but again, nothing of any drama.
 

LivinLOS

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Gas Gas 250 (Trials), YZ250 (enduro), DRZ440 (Supermoto) CBR900 Streetfighter (scary !!)
Unimpressed by Stung Treng, Kratie was OK on the riverside.. We then hightailed it to PP.

Remember I am a rider who wants to end his days ride in civilization (meaning in a bar, pref one with cute serving wenches) and so tend to be less into the whole hammocks in the boonies and bug eating thing than you.
 
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