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Today I’ve got a photo essay for you about the amazing loads that Vietnamese Scooters and Motorbikes carry in Vietnam.

I’ve heard about just how much people can test the engineering capacity of a vehicle, and I was amazed to see this with my own eyes!

There was a coffee table book produced by Hans Kemp called ‘Bikes Of Burden‘ that pays tribute to the form of transport that keeps Vietnam moving! You won’t see any road trains around here!

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I’ve featured some gob smacking photos before about Vietnamese Scooters and Motorbikes in How To Ride A Bike – With An Ox, Adventure Motorcycles, the Cat Man from Vietnam, and the Pig Courier.

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The main reason that people do this is because cars are prohibitively expensive to buy in Vietnam, but scooters aren’t – which means you’ll see the all of the roads covered in scooters and motorbikes

But after a trip to Vietnam, I’ve got my own pics to share with you – and these all make my Masters of Transport and Logistics, which pay tribute to how many people in the third world go along with their lives. I admire them because they do things that most Westerners won’t, or ever have to do.

Let’s check out what you can actually transport on a motorbike or scooter in Vietnam!

So What Exactly Can You Transport On A Vietnamese Scooter or Motorbike?

Well, pretty much anything. Let’s have a look at what I spotted, and this is by no means an exhaustive list!

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You can move:

Entire Families

Families On Scooters

Babies

Babies On Scooters

Pets! Looks Like He’s Having Fun!

Pets On Scooters

General Stuff

Overloaded Scooter

People and General Stuff At The Same Time!

Motorbike Transport

Stuff In Boxes

Scooter Stuff

Fresh Vegetables

Fresh Produce Transport

Machinery Parts

Machinery Parts On Scotters

Fuel

Transporting Fuel On Scooters

Chairs

Chairs On Scooters

Furniture Sets

Furniture On Scooters

Quilts

Bedding On Scooters

Air Conditioners

Air Conditioners On Scooters

Ladders

Ladders On Scooters

Party Balloons

Balloons On Scooters

Stereo Speakers

Speakers On Scooters

Hello There! What Are You Carrying?

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I find all of these people amazing, and good luck to them in their future endeavors!


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Hahaha yes it is possible to transport ANYTHING on a motorbike. I once saw a guy transporting a block of wood (about 60kg)…..That was harse though, kept falling of 😛

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