Honda Winner 150cc

Long distance travel and Day rentals

HCM Hanoi
$350 RENT WITHIN 35 DAYS
$1500
  • $300 rent within 15 days
  • Extra​ ​months​ ​:​ ​$150 ​a ​month
  • Unlimited ​ ​KM
  • Free breakdown coverage
  • Free 2nd hand helmet, rack, bungees
  • Optional ​ ​deposit ​ ​of ​ ​$850 + ​ ​passport ​ ​with ​ ​Vietnam​ ​Visa. ​ ​We return $500 and passport at the end.
HCM or Hanoi Danang
$250 RENT WITHIN 10 DAYS
$1500
  • $250 ​​rent​ ​within ​10 ​days
  • Extra Days​ ​:​ ​$20 ​a ​day
  • Unlimited ​ ​KM
  • Free breakdown coverage
  • Free 2nd hand helmet, rack, bungees
  • Optional ​ ​deposit ​ ​of ​ ​$750 ​ ​+ ​ ​passport ​ ​with ​ ​Vietnam​ ​Visa. ​ ​We return $500 and passport at the end.
Day ​ ​Rental ​ ​Start​ ​and Finish ​ ​same ​ ​city.
$20 a day
$1000
  • $20 a day
  • Minimum 2 days
  • Unlimited ​ ​KM
  • Free breakdown coverage
  • Free 2nd hand helmet, rack, bungees
  • Optional ​ ​deposit of​ ​passport ​ ​with ​ ​Vietnam​ ​Visa

To enquire about this motorbike please contact us. We are working on a checkout system. We reply within 24 hours, so check spam if nothing arrives.

High quality all rounder!
Advertised by Honda as an adventure scooter. In terms of build quality, this is easily the best all rounder 150cc manual motorbike in Vietnam.

A Winner driver will find themselves cruising at high speeds without even realizing it. Great suspension and rock solid balance makes this motorbike feel like it is gliding through the wind!

Being a Honda – this is the only manual motorbike we can provide a guarantee of a hassle free holiday with minimum maintenance or breakdown inconveniences.

Givi boxes
Tigit equips the Honda Winner with Givi boxes to fit the role of an adventure scooter.

Disclaimer
Videos are filmed with a wide angle go-pro. Footage appears faster and in closer proximity than in real life.
If viewers believe the driving on display is unacceptable, please do contact us as we are considering/reviewing this marketing technique.

Transmission
Manual
Gears
6 gears
Engine Size
150 cc
Top Speed
130 kph
Cruise Speed
80 kph
Tank Size
4.5 liters

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  1. Michael McCourt says:

    Hello,

    I am interested in renting a HONDA WINNER 150cc or a Honda XR150 bike for one month starting November 6. If that is not available I’d like to get a manual bike that is 150cc if possible. Starting in Hanoi I plan to tour north Vietnam and then ride down Ho Chi Minh City for drop off at the end of the month.

    I will also need a bike to get back to Hanoi by January 15 but I’m not sure when I’ll need it by, but expect that to probably be on a daily rental.

    If I decide to use the bike for 2 months can I rent for one month and then rent for the second month after being on the road for 2 or 3 weeks?

    Regards,

    Mike

    • Jon - Tigit Motorbikes says:

      If doing the North above Hanoi I recommend the Honda XR.

      The Winner is $350 rent within 35 days
      $150 extra each extended month

      The XR is $450 rent within 35 days
      $150 extra each extended month

      I have sent an email through with more information.

  2. Jim Carlson says:

    Hi Jon,
    I got a Honda Blade from you in Feb 2016 and intended to go from HCMC to Hanoi (for the 2nd time) but slipped on gravel near Dồng Hới and broke my colarbone, which ended the bike trip. However, things worked out well; you and your wife handled the return of the bike well, and I was very satisfied. I also rented a helmet from you that fully protected my head and ears. Absent that helmet my ears would have been severely lacerated but in fact were well-protected.

    Plan to return to Vietnam next Fall and will try again, this time using a Honda Winner 150. Hope you and your wife are well. Will be back in touch next year sometime.
    Regards,
    Jim Carlson

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      Sounds good. Thanks for the comment.
      Yes I remember the events well 🙂

      Will email you to get further information.

  3. Kyle W says:

    Hi there, I would like to make a reservation on a Honda Winner from 03/09/17 til the 23/09/17.

  4. Dave Johnson says:

    Hi there. Could you please advise the best bike for myself and partner. I am 6″2 & 110 kgs and my partner is 5″7 & 58 kgs looking to buy for 5 weeks travel. Traveling with minimal luggage. Or would you recommend 2 bikes. Thanks for your help.

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      With two people on one motorbike.
      The Honda XR is the most comfortable choice.
      The Winner as a second runner up though.

      One motorbike each is the most fun way to travel. From enjoyment and comfort point of view it would be better to get 2 Honda Blades than 1 Honda XR.

  5. Damon Powell says:

    I request a week rental of a Honda Winner or other 150cc scooter from March 6th to March 12 for HCM areas.

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      Sorry we have run out of manual motorbikes. Until our fleet can catch up with demand the current booking length is around 1 month.
      Sent an email with other options.

  6. Graeme Hill says:

    Hi Jon
    My friend and I are Australian and are wishing to hire 2 Honda Winner Motorcycles from Danang on 15th Nov 2017
    and drop off at Hanoi on 15th Dec 2017.
    We are also interested in hiring Panniers for both Bikes.
    Can you give a quote for this and do we need to pay a deposit and by when.
    We both have Australian Motorcycle licenses.
    Are there any licencing or personal insurance issues we need to be aware of and if so can you provide some advice.

  7. Guillaume Lanouette says:

    I’m looking for a bike to travel from HCM to da nang. Would be from March 2nd to March 15. Would return it in HCM.

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      Unfortunately we have run out of Winners. It has become a popular bike and our fleet has not caught up with demand.

  8. Steve says:

    Hi,
    We are traveling mid may to end of June 2017. We have extensive riding experience 2 up and interested in the best bike you’d have to suit 2up with luggage? We would like to pick up in HCMC and drop off Hanoi.

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      The best bike 2 up is the Honda XR.
      However the Winner is the best local / reliable motorbike for 2 people.

  9. Allan Larfield says:

    Hi Jon
    I’m considering doing a bike trip (in company with a like minded friend or two ) Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi during April 2017. ( I.m hoping the time will be OK, your spring) . My friend is very experienced on dirt & road bikes 600 Ninja &650 Kawasaki, I’m only experienced on Honda CBR500R, what would you recommend ? I looked at the Honda 150 and read your comments re parts and break downs, the bike has to be able to do the trip reliably. We want something with reasonable range so we are not looking for gas stations every couple of hours. Intending doing the trip in around 2 weeks as we will have purchased the return air tickets.
    Regards Allan L. Queensland Australia

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      XR is comfortable / the big gas tank.
      So far we have not had any major problems on them, but I am realistic about what happens when one does go wrong. Mainly my disclaimers there are to put off first time riders, the bikes require some understanding of motorbiking to make work properly. Slow to warm up in the mornings etc.
      Good bikes and people like them, but in my opinion a lower quality version of what can be driven back home.

      The Winner / Exciter are what the locals use. Quick and different to what can be driven back home. Experienced bikers come and seem to enjoy them.
      Need to fill up once maximum twice a day. So no big drama.

  10. Manuel Gomez says:

    Hello, We are two mexican travelers and we are interested in traveling from HCM to Hanoi beginning on february 6th and returning the bikes on march 1st. I want to know if its posible to book 2 honda winners for february 6th, since I understand you won´t be open 27th Jan – 5th Feb.
    Thank you so much for the info.

  11. aTruckerChannel says:

    Do you sell these brand new (no strings attached) and if yes, what’s the cost with the Givi boxes? Givi trunk option?

    Also, what does the rider do with his/her helmet? Any reasonable way to secure to bike when not in use?

  12. Caro says:

    Hi,
    we are interested in the Honda Winner from the 28th of January to the 16th of February. Pick up: Hanoi – Drop off: HCM. Is that even possible due to TET festival?
    Thanks!

  13. Tim says:

    Is the “price to buy” option a true sale of a brand new bike with a registration card that will have my name on it or is it actually a rental with a big deposit and I get to keep my passport?

    If the “price to buy” option is actually a rental, what happens if the bike is stolen during the trip…who is liable?

    Can I, with U.S.A Passport, legally (import/export) in-to and out-of Thailand, Laos, Cambodia with a Vietnam plated and registered bike? Same question if it is a Vietnam plated and registered bike rented from your company.

    I just read my first ride report from a traveler on a motorcycle and it seems like getting into and out of some of these countries is dependent on the particular border crossing or the personality of the border agent. Is that correct? If yes, is their an “un-official” guide somewhere that tells you how to accomplish these crossing legally?

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      It is a rental with a big deposit and you get to keep your passport.
      On the city section of the website we have some bikes for permanent sale with no buyback. The purchase price is considerably cheaper.

      If the bike is stolen then there is no buyback. You lose your money. No insurance in Vietnam. This should not happen.
      https://tigitmotorbikes.com/parking-and-security/

      A Vietnamese bike can go into all the countries.
      All our customers have succeeded with this.

      However the internet says Thailand is a no, and we know that Cambodia — > Loas is also supposed to be difficult. (again our customers have succeeded, but there are no facts here)
      With a Vietnamese bike you can always come back into Vietnam. If you successfully leave Vietnam, there is always a way back in.

      For Vietnam to Laos then yes, there is only one border near Hanoi that is possible.
      For Vietnam to Cambodia all major borders work.

      For Cambodia to Thailand the internet suggests no. Our customers never fail.

      For Cambodia to Laos or Laos to Cambodia. The internet says no, our customers never fail.

      Many backpackers write blogs without a clue what they are talking about. Some do it on Chinese Honda Wins where the paperwork is often fake or not matching the bike.
      In general following blogs online is a guideline at best.

      I know the stories you are talking about.
      Our customers have never had problems with border crossings…. but because of these online blogs and stories I can’t put this out as a “fact”. If I turn out to be wrong one day then it makes us responsible for a ruined holiday.
      Yes it is possible, but do it at your own risk 🙂

      Due to the gray areas there is no unofficial guide.

  14. joe hara says:

    Ideally, We are interested in renting three Honda Winners in Hanoi in early February and then dropping them off in Danang a few weeks later. Do you provide this one way rentals?

    How much is it to rent three winners in Saigon for three weeks? We would rent and return the bikes in Saigon.

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      This is possible and an email has been sent with more information. Need to be careful of TET holiday where we, and the rest of the country will stop working. 27th Jan – 5th Feb.

  15. Shane says:

    Hi.
    Is the Honda Winner suitable for 2 small people ( 70kg and 63kg) with a small bag each, to travel around north & south Vietnam ?
    Pick up in Hanoi & drop off in Ho Chi Min. (about 30 days)

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      The Honda XR is the most comfortable for two people due to the large frame.

      The Winner is the best for two out of the smaller local manual motorbikes. It has better suspension than the Exciter and Raider.

  16. Jack Bell says:

    Hi Ive now booked our flights for 3 November until 30 November. we will require two Honda Winners for that time, with Givi racks on each bike. If you could advise me on how to book as you told me there would be a deposit. I am unable to see the details on your website. Many Thanks Jack + Linda

    • Jon - TigitMotorbikes says:

      Hi Jack
      We seem to be having conversations on phone / email and now here ?

      I have sent some emails about how to book, but not had a reply.
      Will send another email and hope you get it .
      See you soon
      Jon

  17. CHE-YEN HUANG says:

    Dear Sirs,

    This is CHE-YEN from Taiwan. I’m considering to rent a Honda Winner(White) from 10/07 til 10/12 at HCM. Please kindly advice how to book a rental on your website?