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It’s quite common nowadays to rent a bike and go for an expedition, especially around the Himalayas. The thrill and fun associated with a motorcycle tour is indeed a lifetime experience for someone who’s always busy with day to day workload. A motorbike expedition in the Himalayan region is something where you will discover the inner adventurer, in the most surprising ways possible.

Before you decide to go for such a getaway, there are certain arrangements you must do to avoid any discrepancies resulting in any unwanted incident. Considering the risks involved in a Moto Ride Adventure, you may need to slow down your thinking and focus intricately on what’s required.

Everything goes smooth when planned well. Exploring nature isn’t easy as it has a lot to offer than just peace and beauty. Let’s learn what makes a perfectly safe and a truly intriguing vacation to the Himalayas.
Here’s the ultimate checklist for a Motorbike Expedition to the Himalayas –
  1. Health Check-up:You’re planning to move to a higher altitude, it’s quite necessary you should get a health check-up done. This will help you identify whether your body is allowing you to go for such an expedition.
  2.   Another Health Check-up:

    Whether you’re bringing your own or rent one, your motorbike deserves a health check-up as well. You must ensure it’s working fine with every part in-sync with perfection.

  3. Routes & Itinerary :

    Get the map, mark your destinations and halts, prepare a time-friendly itinerary and there you are! Also, be ready with a Plan B (in case if something goes wrong).

  4. Adapting the Climate :Now when you’re all set for the expedition, don’t begin instantly. Stay there for a while to get the heck of temperature, wind and water. Getting acclimatized is the very first step for a motorbike tour.
  5. Interaction with Locals :

    While you’re busy adapting, you can also interact with the locals to learn more about the current situation around. This will help you to improve your expedition plan for better.

  6.   Road Conditions :

    Snow isn’t friendly for your bike’s tyre. Don’t forget to study the road conditions in your route. The adventure is fun when it is safe and risk-free.

  7. Gears & Footwear :

    Talking about safety, you need to gear up yourself with the most efficient clothing and footwear. As riders, you already know what suits you the best. Make sure you’re carrying those! (Including the lucky charm)

  8. What’s in the Bag? :

    Remember, the less you carry, the efficient your ride will be. Do not carry too much stuff. Keep it light and handy. You’re heavy enough for the two wheels. Think about it!

  9. Thermals are necessary : Well, well… You’re in the Himalayas and your destinations include some of the highest altitude regions. Save yourself from the drop-dead temperature with proper thermal wear. Stay warm from head to toe
  10. Keep yourself Energized :

    During an expedition to the Himalayas on a motorbike, you need to make sure your body is high on energy. Dry fruits, energy bars, ready-to-cook nutrition meals, etc. have to be there in your stuff.

  11. Camping, To Do or Not to Do :

    In the Himalayas, especially when you’re chasing high-altitude areas, camping isn’t suggested. It’s a gamble to depend upon a tent and a campfire. Go for a well-equipped hotel or home-stay to spend the snowy nights.

  12. Don’t forget your First-Aid box! :

    Like every other vacation essentials checklist, you will need the ultimate – First Aid Box. Stay organized with your baggage, pack it on priority, and quickly accessible.

    A motorcycle expedition to the Himalayas is surely a breath-taking adventure which you deserve at least once in your lifetime. While this sounds exhausting and riskier, you can go for the better option. Joining professional moto ride adventurers comes with the same fun with comfort. You can rely on a team that does it every day rather than your own instincts.

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