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Message started by Admin Saovaluck on 21st Jan, 2017 at 8:29am

Title: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 21st Jan, 2017 at 8:29am
A trailer was built then connected to the side of the motorbike.

The side trailer can carry just about anything, and it can be a lot of fun to sit in there for a ride, that's if you don't mind being in the sun.

Three-wheeled motorbikes like this are not sold in Laos, you have to make them yourself.



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Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 21st Jan, 2017 at 10:19am
Nice and I bet your cousin is a mechanical engineer or a Jack-of-all trades. If I own that motorbike, I would put a cooler on the side trailer, filled the cooler with ice and a gallon of goat milk and ride shirtless and wearing cowboy hat through Vientiane. ;D ;D ;D Would I be in prison for having no shirt on?

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Mak Nad on 21st Jan, 2017 at 10:57am
Actually the cart is sold in Laos and all the other neighboring countries. I see them all over the place. People even attach food carts to motorbikes and sell on the side of the street. The carts were made to fit on them..

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:09am

Satan wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 10:19am:
Nice and I bet your cousin is a mechanical engineer or a Jack-of-all trades. If I own that motorbike, I would put a cooler on the side trailer, filled the cooler with ice and a gallon of goat milk and ride shirtless and wearing cowboy hat through Vientiane. ;D ;D ;D Would I be in prison for having no shirt on?


He is very good at fixing motorbikes and cars.

You won't go to prison, but what you're doing may be deemed inappropriate and disrespectful to Lao culture and you could be stopped by police and be given a fine.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:17am

Buk Nut wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 10:57am:
Actually the cart is sold in Laos and all the other neighboring countries. I see them all over the place. People even attach food carts to motorbikes and sell on the side of the street. The carts were made to fit on them..


Mark, are you European?

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:20am

Buk Nut wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 10:57am:
Actually the cart is sold in Laos and all the other neighboring countries. I see them all over the place. People even attach food carts to motorbikes and sell on the side of the street. The carts were made to fit on them..


They sell the carts separately, and there would be some work involved to attach it to the motorbike because a motorbike isn't designed to connect to side carts and trailers.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:21am

Admin Saovaluck wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:09am:

Satan wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 10:19am:
Nice and I bet your cousin is a mechanical engineer or a Jack-of-all trades. If I own that motorbike, I would put a cooler on the side trailer, filled the cooler with ice and a gallon of goat milk and ride shirtless and wearing cowboy hat through Vientiane. ;D ;D ;D Would I be in prison for having no shirt on?


He is very good at fixing motorbikes and cars.

You won't go to prison, but what you're doing may be deemed inappropriate and disrespectful to Lao culture and you could be stopped by police and be given a fine.


Goodness gracious....but this applies to Lao citizens only right? but not tourists

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:47am
Your cousin very handy. I admire people that can create things that are useful.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Mak Nad on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:58am

Admin Saovaluck wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:09am:

Satan wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 10:19am:
Nice and I bet your cousin is a mechanical engineer or a Jack-of-all trades. If I own that motorbike, I would put a cooler on the side trailer, filled the cooler with ice and a gallon of goat milk and ride shirtless and wearing cowboy hat through Vientiane. ;D ;D ;D Would I be in prison for having no shirt on?


He is very good at fixing motorbikes and cars.

You won't go to prison, but what you're doing may be deemed inappropriate and disrespectful to Lao culture and you could be stopped by police and be given a fine.


It's funny how white tourists like to act like they're in a movie or something and walk around shirtless with those baggy hippy pants when they go to Asian countries. The locals just point and laugh at them. Anyone else seen this?

Another thing is white tourists riding bikes from one end of Laos to another.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 21st Jan, 2017 at 12:08pm
Because it's hot and humid over there and what is the problem?

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Mak Nad on 21st Jan, 2017 at 12:19pm
yes, it's hot and humid, but the locals consider such a manner of dressing to be absurd. you know the old phrase..."When in Rome.."

I'm not even a local but when I see them dressed that way I think they look like jokers

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 21st Jan, 2017 at 12:32pm
What about nighttime? In the dark perhaps when no one can see nothing.... :D ;D :D ;D

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 21st Jan, 2017 at 3:05pm
the key words are tourtist some are very respectful and others don't give a dam.lol

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by grant on 21st Jan, 2017 at 7:50pm
That is very true about tourists ba dac but fortunately most respect the local culture

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 21st Jan, 2017 at 9:02pm
That is just part of the Lao culture because most Laotians I know are timid people. As long as it ain't killing no one then why having those laws? Just like the seat belt law in my city. People should be allowed to have an option to wear or not to wear seat belt when in a vehicle. Laos needs to relax and enjoy life. 

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by peterpan on 21st Jan, 2017 at 9:52pm

Satan wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 9:02pm:
That is just part of the Lao culture because most Laotians I know are timid people. As long as it ain't killing no one then why having those laws? Just like the seat belt law in my city. People should be allowed to have an option to wear or not to wear seat belt when in a vehicle. Laos needs to relax and enjoy life. 


how much is the fine for unwearing seat belt?  150  Yuan here, about 22 USD. Only for front seats. I put a child seat back.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Mak Nad on 22nd Jan, 2017 at 12:09am
There's no seat belt laws in Laos I think. Just decency ones

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 22nd Jan, 2017 at 3:52am
That's right.

Even if there are seat belt laws in Laos, most cars are fitted with dark tinted windows so you can't really see inside the car anyway, so authorities are not able to identify if passengers are wearing their seat belt.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by mitch on 22nd Jan, 2017 at 9:36am
$50 USD fine for not wearing a seat belt here

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 22nd Jan, 2017 at 9:50am
Seat belt law is stupid in my opinion and it is just a taxation scheme for the government.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 22nd Jan, 2017 at 11:24am
Seat belt and just a way for big brother to keep us in check.
But its the insurance company

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by peterpan on 22nd Jan, 2017 at 1:22pm
Agree! they say it is good for you and they always mean it is good for their pockets.


Satan wrote on 22nd Jan, 2017 at 9:50am:
Seat belt law is stupid in my opinion and it is just a taxation scheme for the government.


Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 23rd Jan, 2017 at 5:33am
In reality, government wants more people to perish as soon as possible in order to conserve money from paying for social, health and unemployment programs. This probably applies to Laos as well.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 24th Jan, 2017 at 11:53am
No that's north korea

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 24th Jan, 2017 at 8:06pm
North Korea wants only adolescent males in North Korea so they can have more soldiers for Little Kim Jong Un.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 25th Jan, 2017 at 11:12am
I hope someday they turn on that fat sob. I really like Koreans they work hard and study like crazy. Look how they turn their country around. that;s very freaking impressive.  :applause

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by grant on 25th Jan, 2017 at 2:51pm
You couldn't get a better example of progress when comparing North and South Korea

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by TexasCowboy on 26th Jan, 2017 at 1:43am

Buk Nut wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:58am:

Admin Saovaluck wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 11:09am:

Satan wrote on 21st Jan, 2017 at 10:19am:
Nice and I bet your cousin is a mechanical engineer or a Jack-of-all trades. If I own that motorbike, I would put a cooler on the side trailer, filled the cooler with ice and a gallon of goat milk and ride shirtless and wearing cowboy hat through Vientiane. ;D ;D ;D Would I be in prison for having no shirt on?


He is very good at fixing motorbikes and cars.

You won't go to prison, but what you're doing may be deemed inappropriate and disrespectful to Lao culture and you could be stopped by police and be given a fine.


It's funny how white tourists like to act like they're in a movie or something and walk around shirtless with those baggy hippy pants when they go to Asian countries. The locals just point and laugh at them. Anyone else seen this?

Another thing is white tourists riding bikes from one end of Laos to another.

In Cambodia, most older dudes walk around shirtless if they're just in the vicinity of their neighborhood. It's pretty funny though to see shirtless white dudes ordering food in restaurants or walking into their guesthouse.

I don't have a problem with bicyclists. I think it's pretty cool what they're doing. They're usually in good shape and have a goal and get to spend their time taking in the scenery and exercising. Most bicyclists just go to different countries and bike around.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by TexasCowboy on 26th Jan, 2017 at 1:45am
彼得, are you still in Kunming?

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by peterpan on 26th Jan, 2017 at 12:50pm

TexasCowboy wrote on 26th Jan, 2017 at 1:45am:
彼得, are you still in Kunming?


Yes, living in Kunming now. In Feb, planning back to Xi Shuan Nanna for holiday.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by peterpan on 26th Jan, 2017 at 1:00pm
Cowboy, your pc has Chinese font?

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 26th Jan, 2017 at 3:28pm
Peter , may I ask what u do for a living ? don't tell
me your a male prostitute  :applause

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by TexasCowboy on 26th Jan, 2017 at 4:23pm
我用Windows中文版,所以能输入汉字啊。

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by TexasCowboy on 26th Jan, 2017 at 4:27pm
Peter is not a male prostitute. Are you crazy?  :o

In Chinese, is it better to say "娈童" or "面首" for male prostitute?
I think in context, 娈童 做s other men, while 面首 做s older women?

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by peterpan on 26th Jan, 2017 at 4:52pm

ba dac wrote on 26th Jan, 2017 at 3:28pm:
Peter , may I ask what u do for a living ? don't tell
me your a male prostitute  :applause


I am too old to be so.  ;D ;D ;D.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by peterpan on 26th Jan, 2017 at 4:55pm

ba dac wrote on 26th Jan, 2017 at 3:28pm:
Peter , may I ask what u do for a living ? don't tell
me your a male prostitute  :applause


I used to work for projects planning. Now, human resources etc, f..king peoples mind ;D ;D ;D

Travelled to Lao, esp. Northern part.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by peterpan on 26th Jan, 2017 at 5:17pm
[
You want a formal one or informal one, or popular one?  Popular one. 鸭, duck, not the wild duck I like eating. This one has discrimitory sense. I think is a sort of profession.  A little formal, 牛郎,which is hard to translate, 郎 here means handsome with six packs, sort of. Formal one, 少爷,little master. This is referred to one with long term contract. You can feel it but not to ask or mention. 公关, like go go boy, but in very defined condition, like publicist. You can take him or he can make you select under your special requirements.

That is all I know, perhaps new terms pop up. To feel it, not go to night club, go to gym.  ;D ;D ;D. Male or female.

quote author=0A263E2B2630490 link=1484987349/33#33 date=1485448035]Peter is not a male prostitute. Are you crazy?  :o

In Chinese, is it better to say "娈童" or "面首" for male prostitute?
I think in context, 娈童 做s other men, while 面首 做s older women?[/quote]

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by grant on 26th Jan, 2017 at 6:46pm
It's all Chinese to me

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 26th Jan, 2017 at 8:28pm

TexasCowboy wrote on 26th Jan, 2017 at 4:27pm:
Peter is not a male prostitute. Are you crazy?  :o

In Chinese, is it better to say "娈童" or "面首" for male prostitute?
I think in context, 娈童 做s other men, while 面首 做s older women?


I strip when the opportunity is there. Oh man the job role requires a lot of energy because of high demands by female clientele but tip money is great. :). Dance for one hour or so and then pull out but easy money though.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by TexasCowboy on 27th Jan, 2017 at 12:07am
Thanks Peter  :applause

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by mitch on 27th Jan, 2017 at 7:50am
The threads on here keep getting more and more strange ;D

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 27th Jan, 2017 at 9:30am
Strange?

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by grant on 27th Jan, 2017 at 10:15am
Weird

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by peterpan on 27th Jan, 2017 at 12:51pm
Female prefers six packs or a just a massive pack?

;D ;D ;D



Satan wrote on 26th Jan, 2017 at 8:28pm:

TexasCowboy wrote on 26th Jan, 2017 at 4:27pm:
Peter is not a male prostitute. Are you crazy?  :o

In Chinese, is it better to say "娈童" or "面首" for male prostitute?
I think in context, 娈童 做s other men, while 面首 做s older women?


I strip when the opportunity is there. Oh man the job role requires a lot of energy because of high demands by female clientele but tip money is great. :). Dance for one hour or so and then pull out but easy money though.


Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 27th Jan, 2017 at 7:55pm
This is what females want nowadays....

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Satan on 27th Jan, 2017 at 7:56pm
Females want this....
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Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Vongvichit999 on 14th Apr, 2017 at 9:37pm
Getting the thread back on track...

I am sure your cousin is very proud of his creation and good for him for having a go, but there is no way he could ever convince me to travel in the sidecar or on the motorcycle! As you have correctly pointed out, motorcycles are not designed to carry sidecars or trailers and this is especially true for these little “toy” motorcycles that everyone rides in Laos and neighbouring countries. The additional stresses placed on the motorcycle frame can easily result in cracks and distortions that could cause the motorcycle frame to break without warning and the consequences of this event are potentially fatal.

Larger touring motorcycles that have a sidecar are professionally modified with appropriate strengthening of the frame and usually incorporate modifications to the suspension, braking, drive train ratios and steering geometry to allow for the additional weight and asymmetric drag of the sidecar. Also critical is the attachment itself, which is usually a ball and socket style of joint, which allows some flexibility between the sidecar and the attachment points on the motorcycle frame.

Your cousin’s sidecar is the perfect example of what NOT to do! Firstly, the photos show that his motorcycle is in very poor condition which obviously reflects on how well he maintains it... or not in this case. Secondly, the motorcycle is one of those awful mass-produced and poorly engineered copies of the Honda Wave that are produced with very thin steel frames. Considering the pitiable state of the already poor quality motorcycle, there is every chance that his frame may already have hairline cracks in the frame. Did he have the frame X-rayed for cracks in the weld beads before attaching the sidecar? Of course not. Then, he has used mostly one-inch box section steel with no trussing for tensile strength. At the rear, the sidecar is attached to the pillion grab handle, which is a most unsuitable location. I could go on and on, but please... if you value your cousin’s life, for goodness sake tell him to put his brain in gear before he puts the motorcycle in gear! If not, your cousin may consider himself a temporary citizen of Laos.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 15th Apr, 2017 at 7:07am
It's probably more of a side trailer because it's not really created to carry passengers but goods. However, it can support the weight of two or three people in there so it's very strong and there's no reason to worry about your safety.

Assuming it broke, you're not going to die as a result, the worst case scenario is that you're going to have to walk back home. This basic three-wheeled motorbike isn't designed to be ridden on a California Highway or a Sydney Freeway.

It is ridden at slow speeds on a dirt road in a Lao countryside for the convenience of carrying things short distance, which is why it looks old and dirty from the dust. I wouldn't say it's in very poor condition because it works perfectly fine. Not everybody is rich, you use what you have.

Any rural citizens in Laos would love to have one of these three-wheeled motorbike in a heartbeat because it's much better and safer than carrying things while riding. Thank you for your concern though.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by grant on 15th Apr, 2017 at 1:37pm
Very well written and answered Saovaluck 🙂🙂🙂

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 18th Apr, 2017 at 5:28pm

Vongvichit999 wrote on 14th Apr, 2017 at 9:37pm:
Getting the thread back on track...

I am sure your cousin is very proud of his creation and good for him for having a go, but there is no way he could ever convince me to travel in the sidecar or on the motorcycle! As you have correctly pointed out, motorcycles are not designed to carry sidecars or trailers and this is especially true for these little “toy” motorcycles that everyone rides in Laos and neighbouring countries. The additional stresses placed on the motorcycle frame can easily result in cracks and distortions that could cause the motorcycle frame to break without warning and the consequences of this event are potentially fatal.

Larger touring motorcycles that have a sidecar are professionally modified with appropriate strengthening of the frame and usually incorporate modifications to the suspension, braking, drive train ratios and steering geometry to allow for the additional weight and asymmetric drag of the sidecar. Also critical is the attachment itself, which is usually a ball and socket style of joint, which allows some flexibility between the sidecar and the attachment points on the motorcycle frame.

Your cousin’s sidecar is the perfect example of what NOT to do! Firstly, the photos show that his motorcycle is in very poor condition which obviously reflects on how well he maintains it... or not in this case. Secondly, the motorcycle is one of those awful mass-produced and poorly engineered copies of the Honda Wave that are produced with very thin steel frames. Considering the pitiable state of the already poor quality motorcycle, there is every chance that his frame may already have hairline cracks in the frame. Did he have the frame X-rayed for cracks in the weld beads before attaching the sidecar? Of course not. Then, he has used mostly one-inch box section steel with no trussing for tensile strength. At the rear, the sidecar is attached to the pillion grab handle, which is a most unsuitable location. I could go on and on, but please... if you value your cousin’s life, for goodness sake tell him to put his brain in gear before he puts the motorcycle in gear! If not, your cousin may consider himself a temporary citizen of Laos.


DAm dude chill out .

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Vongvichit999 on 18th Apr, 2017 at 8:37pm
I am perfectly chilled, thanks. But because I have a background in both engineering and OHS, the OP's photos caught my attention and prompted a logical and sensible response. That said, I have lived in Laos long enough to know full well that most Lao folk have no sense of self preservation whatsoever and they routinely put themselves into extremely dangerous situations with little or no thought to their own safety, nor the safety of others. Saovaluck's response clearly demonstrates this casual attitude: commonsense will tell you that using this contraption on rough dirt roads does not make it any safer; if anything, it only amplifies the danger of a breakage and crash! I suppose the only saving grace is the relatively low speed at which it would normally travel. Nevertheless, the bike's owner clearly doesn't give a flying fudge about his safety or that of anyone travelling with him. Such is life in Laos. I'll open another Beer Lao, chill out some more and forget about it... 'Nuff said.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 19th Apr, 2017 at 4:08am
A background in this and that doesn't mean you can come up with a conclusion from photos.

There has never been any reports of anybody losing their life in Laos due to a side trailer breaking up. The trailer is made from steel and it is securely attached to the motorbike so it wouldn't just snap off, there would be some warning signs prior to a complete breakage.

What kind of transportation in Laos will make you 100% safe?

If you've lived in Laos long enough as you say, then you'll obviously understand that nobody wears a seat belt in a car or tuk tuk, sleeper buses with beds makes you vulnerable when there is a sudden break or accident, and people don't wear a helmet when riding a bike. Even if you're walking on a footpath in Vientiane, motorbikes regularly drive on it to take short cuts, putting your life in danger. Not to mention pot holes everywhere can make a car swerve into oncoming traffic.

You could hop onto any form of public transport in Laos, but you'll never know if they fully maintained their vehicles.

So clearly Laos isn't the place for you with your mentality.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 19th Apr, 2017 at 11:03am

Vongvichit999 wrote on 18th Apr, 2017 at 8:37pm:
I am perfectly chilled, thanks. But because I have a background in both engineering and OHS, the OP's photos caught my attention and prompted a logical and sensible response. That said, I have lived in Laos long enough to know full well that most Lao folk have no sense of self preservation whatsoever and they routinely put themselves into extremely dangerous situations with little or no thought to their own safety, nor the safety of others. Saovaluck's response clearly demonstrates this casual attitude: commonsense will tell you that using this contraption on rough dirt roads does not make it any safer; if anything, it only amplifies the danger of a breakage and crash! I suppose the only saving grace is the relatively low speed at which it would normally travel. Nevertheless, the bike's owner clearly doesn't give a flying fudge about his safety or that of anyone travelling with him. Such is life in Laos. I'll open another Beer Lao, chill out some more and forget about it... 'Nuff said.



apparently you never been to Arkansas .lol
you seem very smart. But right now you sound like
you got something stuck up yo ass.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 27th Jun, 2017 at 6:29pm
The same three-wheeled motorbike 5 months later without the headlights, broken front fender, and a new black and yellow seat cover. It still runs great, no one has died.



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Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by ba dac on 28th Jun, 2017 at 1:40pm
:applause  your cousin is a MacGyver !! Good on him.

Title: Re: My cousin made this three-wheeled motorbike
Post by daft on 1st Jul, 2017 at 7:28am
I would tootle about town any day on this three wheeler. It goes forward, steers, and comes to a halt. Perfect. Bonus: It hauls things too large to carry. Good Job Cousin

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