Are you an avid fan of motorbike riding? Which is your favorite destination to travel to on your motorbike? Are you still not aware of some of the top destinations best suited for a motorbike ride?
Well, we will help you with that. We have listed the top 5 motorbike routes in India that each and every motorbike rider would love to explore. These spots will surely give you a wonderful riding experience and will be challenging where you can prove how pro and passionate you are towards riding a motorbike.
So, are you ready for a ride into the lap of nature?
Manali – Leh Ladakh
Well, the first one on the list is the Manali-Leh Ladakh route. It is a dream destination for every devoted motorbike rider and the most challenging of them all. This entire ride will take at least 15 days to complete. Your first pit stop would be the Manali Valley and then the Ladakh peak. Although it is risky, you will be in no loss of enthusiasm during your entire trip. The chilly mountain air surrounded with monasteries which will surely give you a thrilling ride.
You can also choose one of the routes through Sarchi, Upshi, and Rohtang La to make your ride easy. However, if you are a newbie, be careful with the routes, have proper safety gear and most importantly plan your trip with an experienced motorbike community.
Best riding season: June, August, September.
Estimated distance: 1360 km (15 days)
If you wish to ride to be enriched with nature, then the Himachal trip covering Shimla along with Spiti valley is the best choice. You will have to pass through Kalpa, Baspa, Kinnaur, Kaza to complete this thrilling ride.
You will love the apple and the orange orchards, the altitude, the flowing river and the beauty of the valley. You can also camp at Chandratal Lake and in some of the famous spots like Pin valley and Shogi.
Best riding season: May, July.
Route: Manali-Rohtang pass- Kunzum pass- Losar-Kaza and Delhi-Shimla-Narkanda-Kinnaur Valley-Tabo-Kaza
Estimated distance: 568 km (12 days)
Guwahati- Tawang hills
So that was the northern part of India. Let us now move towards the east. So, are you ready for a wet and slippery trip?
A trip to Tawang hills will give you an outstanding riding experience with the freshness of waterfalls dotted with bridges. This is best suited for riders who wish to have a green yet cool riding experience. The green vegetation throughout the Himalayan range and Arunachal Pradesh will make your motorbike ride an awesome one.
Best riding season: March to October.
Estimated distance: 550 km (12 days)
Attention newbies! If you want a short but an easy destination drive, then hop on your motorbike for a ride through NH17- Mumbai to Goa.
During the ride, you can enjoy the beautiful view of the landscape which includes forests and never-ending beaches. Goa is well-known for its cool, hip-hop crowd and we assure you that this town of beaches will help you in renovating your motorbike riding skills.
Best suited riding season: December to February.
Estimated distance: 678 km (3 days)
Ahmedabad-Rann of Kutch
Interested to see a full-moon in good view? Then a trip to the west of India, Kutch in Gujrat is a must. You will be surprised to see the lifestyle in this part of the country. Mud houses, a simple life with minimal needs is what the people of this region enjoy.
Watch out to be spellbound with the beauty of white sand in the backdrop of a full moon night. Be prepared to ride on the salty marshland of Kutch.
Best suited riding season: October to March.
Estimated distance: 767 km (4-5 days)
I hope you will find this article a useful one in exploring some new destinations that you can plan for your next motorbike ride. We would advise you to choose a less risky spot if you are planning to ride alone and avoid the mountain and hilly areas. However, no matter what you choose we assure you that this road trips an adventurous one.
So, have you chosen the destination for your next ride?
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