Ukraine is a huge country with a lot of great sights to see. Fortunately, a lot of them are concentrated in the western part.
There are some disturbances in the Eastern part as well as Crimea, but there are lot of information on that elsewhere, so I’m going to leave it at that. There are no issues on the Western part.
Besides from the Carpathian region, Ukraine is flat. Farmlands for thousands of kilometers. But there is a lot of interesting history to research and sites to visit.
Riding Ukraine is a special experience. And that is meant in a good way. The roads – how bad they may be – is part of this experience.
Absorb the scenery, the every day life, how much is going on – even in remote places. Slow down, soak it all in, and just enjoy. This is what makes riding in Ukraine so awesome.
Green insurance card: Yes
Make sure it is accurate and valid. Bring the original.
Vehicle Registration Certificate: Yes
Yes, always. The original. This is also sometimes referred to as “moto passport”.
You need prove you have the financial means to get by in Ukraine during your visit. This means that you need to prove you have 800 UAH to spend per day in Ukraine. There are several accepted ways to prove that, but the easiest is just having some cash. It can be in Euro. I have not heard of anyone on a motorcycle being asked, but know that they have the right.