Quito – Suzuki DR650 Rental

If you think the fun begins at the end of the road, you’ve come to the right place. The Suzuki DR650 combines the civilised capabilities of a street bike with the hard-charging performance and exceptional handling of a dirt bike. Picture is of stock bike and for reference only – actual bikes have been set up for adventure touring.

  • Wet weight: 166 kg (367 lbs)
  • Seat height: 885 mm (34.8 in.)
  • Engine: Single cylinder, 4-stroke, SOHC, air-cooled with SACS
  • Power: 43.5 HP @ (32kW) @ 6400 RPM
  • Displacement: 644 cm³
  • Fuel capacity (stock): 13 litres (3.4 gal.)


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The DR650s in Quito are equipped with an Acerbis 5.5 gallon gas tank, gps tracking system, rear luggage rack, skid plate, rear lateral crash/burn guards, motocross-grade 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!

All rentals include:

  • Helmets and gloves
  • Unlimited Mileage
  • SOAT (required insurance for medical and third party damage)
  • Free routes and advice
  • Use of waterproof / wrinkleproof map of Ecuador
  • GPS Tracking System (so operator can find where you are in case of emergency)
  • Pre-paid cell phone
  • Emergency kit including tire repair kit, air pump, spare inner tubes, tools beyond the manufacturers tools, first aid, etc.
  • 24 hour breakdown coverage
  • Luggage storage while renting
  • Protective vinyl decaling to prevent scratches and damage to the bike
  • Protective accessories including crash bars, skid plates and handguards to prevent damage to the bike


  • Valid Driver’s License from your state or country with motorcycle endorsement.
  • Valid Passport.
  • Valid Credit Card with sufficient credit limit for refundable security deposit of $1000 – $4000 depending on the bike. Credit card must have raised, embossed numbers to be used in traditional paper voucher system.
  • More than one year of motorcycle riding experience.
  • Age 21+