Suzuki DR 650
If you think the fun begins at the end of the road, you've come to the right place. The Suzuki DR650 combines the civilized capabilities of a street bike with the hard-charging performance and exceptional handling of a dirt bike.
Off-road, the DR650SE shines. Its technologically advanced chassis and suspension provide you with precise control on tight trails inthe Andes or open jungle roads in the Amazon basin. For a real thrill, tap into the big single's awesome torque. It lets you accelerate hard out of corners and power your way to the top of volcanoes - or across the beach.
On the street, the DR650SE is a joy to ride. The Suzuki DR650 is your invitation to adventure in Ecuador.
Our DR 650's (we have 4 in our fleet) are equipped with an Acerbis 5.5 gallon gas tank, gps tracking system, protective vinyl covering (preventing costly scratches to the finish) plus hand guards, and a 12-volt receptacle to charge a GPS, mp3 player or cell phone. This bike is an excellent choice for the terrain and roads of Ecuador!
How to make a reservation:
lease contact us and specify your desired pickup and return date/time.. Or, just click the button to fill out the reservation inquiry form.
Once we receive your request, we will respond advising you of availability for your chosen dates (usually within 24-48 hours but sometimes a little longer if we are out on a tour). If we have availability for your requested dates, we will send you a request to guarantee your reservation through PayPal. PayPal is a very safe and secure way to pay using credit card or a bank account through the internet and setting up a PayPal account is very easy if you do not have one already. We have other ways to pay if you like, just ask!
As always, Ecuador Freedom Bike Rental rents this bike with no hidden charges that you sometimes find at other rental agencies -such as cleaning charges, registration fees, additional mileage charges, fees for helmets or mandatory insurance. It is simple: our prices are straightforward and with no surprises! If you have any questions, please ask!