You might think that it was the hot weather that made E-biking here in South East Asia the only “enjoyable” sporting activity in the hot season, because of the breeze. It was actually my own experience I’ve collected in my home country Germany.
I discovered in 2011 during a first E-Bike tour down the Costa Brava in Spain, how valuable a E-Bike ride could be for my mind & body.
You still have to pedal, but with the help of a motor you will find that the ride becomes enjoyable and you can appreciate the surrounding areas much more. It was a key experience of my life time and I fell immediately in love with this kind of sport!
Back in Laos I’ve searched since then a way to bring this idea to this location, not just because I miss E-biking; but rather because I want to bring the same feeling I have to my customer.
Biking through the jungle without a motor a nearly impossible due to the intense heat and humidity, but also due to steep gradients and obstacles. Thanks to the fat tire & motor combination, you can bike to areas which would be difficult to reach even on foot would be difficult to reach.
Trek-Bikes 3900, Serie 3 Alpha silver aluminium frame with Suntour Spring fork & Shimano Altus Switching.
Versality, strong suspension, smart features, no wonder the 3 series is the word best selling mountain bike!
Mongoose / Cooker Bounce right over sand, gravel and sticks with the Mongoose / Cooker Fat Tire Mountain Bike.
Enjoy it with a sense of spirit and fun that is found only from Mongoose.
Bafang BBS02 (8fun) motors, 750/1000 watt geared design, it’s very quiet & powerful and leverages the rear cassette for improved climbing or speed depending on the gear you’re in.
The motor offers both, pedal assist and throttle mode for different styles of riding
– 8Fun is an established brand –
Dear friends and partners,
As you are aware, the rate of Covid-19 infection remains low in Laos and the lockdown has been lifted last Monday, allowing most businesses to resume their normal activities.
Feel safe and secure at Chateau Orientale
We have used this lockdown period to step up precautionary measures throughout our policies and procedures and to implement a comprehensive staff training to make sure that our guests and team members can continue to feel safe and secure at Chateau Orientale.
Our new working practices are based on WHO’s recommendations, as well as government policies, in particular directives 142 and 143 of May 3rd, 2020.