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Friday, February 4, 2011


There is no certainty; there is only adventure.

                       .............  Welcome to your world 

Adventure and discovery with experiences’ lasting a lifetime – ride the high roads with Pure bike tours and journey to some incredible locations on our planet. Motorcycling on/off-road terrain and at altitudes that will leave you speechless – literally.

Riding Enfield on the most highest and spectacular road
of the world from Manali to Leh and beyond is a challenge. You will be climbing over five passes, among of them lowest pass is Rohtang pass (3950 m) and highest is khardungla (5540m)

During the expedition you will notice dramatic change of the climate, and culture which is separated by great Himalaya, As in its south are green valleys where Hinduism is flourished, and in North more arid and Tibetan Buddhism is practiced. During the expedition one can see the most exotic sight of Himalayas which will be a unforgettable experience also in terms of both skill and thrill.

                               The Himalayas

All those who have ever travelled amongst these fascinating mountains, have left with an overwhelming feeling of wonder and inspiring as they are breathtaking – being in the presence of the Himalayas is enthralling. No words can ever justify the amazing experiences you take away and nothing quite prepares you for the fantastic sensation

the adventure..

Rugged – unyielding – wild and inhospitable. The Himalaya landscape evokes everything that is adventure. Traversing roads usually closed for up to eight months of the year because of heavy snowfall – the will to explore is irresistible. On these adventures, you ascend road passes in excess of 5000m – where landslides and rock-falls present challenges and where river crossings through snowmelt waters, set icicles forming on your biking gear.
Because you seize the moment – up here “fear” takes a back seat!


The bikes..

On all our Himalaya adventures, 

we use Royal Enfield 350/500cc Bullets. With its classic chassis and elegant looks, this in essence is classic British motorcycling from a bygone era. 2010 saw modification to more a Japanese tyle, but we prefer to give our riders left hand brake – right hand gearshift to experience. For further information on the Enfield

                                   RIDING GEAR..

As with any sport or dventure activity, it is a personal choice of what to wear – what to bring and what not to bring. Our suggestions below are to be used as a guide for riding gear and casual wear and is not a definitive list and we are here to advise you if need be...

  • Helmet BS kite-mark
  • Fully protected jacket                                       (winter with removable inner)
  • Fully protected trousers                                                                                                                   (winter with removable inner)
    Riding boots (shin-guard 
    protection - waterproof)

  • Gloves (winter & summer)
  • One piece waterproof over-suit
  • Goggles & Sunglasses (polarising lens)
    Camel backpack 3ltr

  • Thermal underwear
  • Scarf – turtleneck – bandana
  • Lip balm – sun block (high factor)
  • Warm clothing (after ride in the evenings)

  • Warm fleece (to keep out the evening chill when sitting around the dining fire)
  • Personal clothing
  • Socks (winter and summer)
  • Hat or cap
  • Sleeping bag (4 season if possible)
  • Torch (handheld or headset)
  • Camera (forget this and you will be kicking yourself)

  • Tailor-Made....

    One of the most enjoyable aspects of organizing an event is when you are asked to design a tour that has all the elements of surprise - to suit the requirements of a private group who want to travel in confidence – to enjoy the extremities of their chosen environment.

    Aside to our fixed dates and itineraries nothing pleases us more than to help create a bespoke itinerary which has all the hallmarks of something unique and outstanding. A journey unrivalled to anything our clients might have experienced before.
    From 5 star luxury to the basic cleanest of amenities let us make your dreams come true with some inspiring motorbiking locations where riding is truly beyond words. We can help you create an adventure you won’t forget...

    Have an idea – then drop us a line to see where your adventures will take you?

    Please take insurance which recover damage of motor bike in case of accident, personal Medical evacuation lost of baggage etc.

    Motor biking in Himalayan is a great opportunity, to enjoy more please keep Co- operation in between and patience is very important.                                                                                                    There will be common medical kit including oxygen cylinder, apart from that one have to carry their own medical as per their health requirement
    • Heart Patients are not allowed to participate in such a adventurous tripIn case of road block there can be change in itinerary, we need you to understand the Situation however our team at present will find a solution which will be the best for each medical evacuation , lost of baggage etc.
    • There will be common medical kit including oxygen cylinder , apart from that one have to carry their own medical as per their health requirement
    • Heart Patients are not allowed to participate in such a adventurous tripIn case of road block there can be change in itinerary, we need you to understand the Situation however our team at present will find the best solution
    • Tanglangla Pass

    Tanglangla Pass : at 17582 ft -the second highest motorable road pass of the world.

    1. Tanglangla

    Entering Leh… Buddhist structures called Chartons are visible :)


    Duration: 13 Nights/14 Days-Cost Rs 5000/-per person per day minimum 6pex INCLUDES bike 500cc royal enfield ,food /stayMAP ,Petrol , Backup jeep ,mecanic Road Marshal

    Destinations Covered:
    Manali-Chandertal-Kaza-Tabo-Nako-Kalpa-Sangla-Sarahan-Sojha-Manali Note:
    The Himalayan Motorcycle / Jeep Safari is available during the months of July & August only.

    Day 01: Arrival Manali
    On your arrival at Manali, you will be met by our representatives and transferred to a hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay will be in the hotel.

    Day 02: Manali
    Morning visit Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple and Tibetan monastery. In the afternoon, practice time adjusting to motorcycle, Enfield Evening briefing by our Motorbike expert on complete trip, followed by welcome Dinner. Overnight at hotel.

    Day 03: Manali to Chandertal
    Morning after breakfast Start for Chandertal enroute, stop for lunch at Chatru. Thereafter continue your drive to Chandertal. Arrive Chandertal and enjoy the beautiful lake. Overnight at Camp.

    Day 04: Chandertal-Kaza
    Morning after breakfast drive to Kaza. Arrive Kaza and check in at Hotel. Thereafter explore the Toun. Overnight at Hotel.

    Day 05: Kaza –Ki Monastary-Kibber-Kaza
    Morning after breakfast drive to the scenic Kibber Village (4,025m) and the famous Ki-Monastery (4,116m). Though the distance to Ki is not much, but you have to ascend a height of more than 1,000 M on a difficult road. Ki is the oldest and largest Gompa in Spiti having a spectacular location. Evening back to Kaza. Overnight at Hotel.

    Day 06: Kaza-Dhankar-Tabo
    Morning after breakfast drive to Tabo visiting Dhankar Monastary. Visit Tabo Gompa (temple). Founded in 996 AD, the Gompa has some of the best-preserved examples of Indo-Tibetan art remaining in the world. Dinner and overnight in the Hotel/tent.

    Day 07: Tabo-Nako
    Morning after breakfast drive to Nako. Arrive Nako and check in at Hotel/Camp. Nako Nako Lake is a high altitude lake in the Pooh sub-division of district Kinnaur. It forms part of the boundary of Nako village and seems that the village is half buried in the lake's border. It is about 3,662 metres (12,014 ft) above sea level. The lake is surrounded by willow and poplar trees. Near the lake there are four Buddhist temples. Near this place there is a footlike impression ascribed to the saint Padmasambhava.And some miles away there is a village called TASHIGANG around this village there are several cave where it is believe that Guru Padmasambhava meditated and gave discourse to followers. Overnight at Hotel/Camp.

    Day 08: Nako-Kalpa
    Morning after breakfast drive to Kalpa. Enjoy a spectacular view of the mighty Kinnaur Kailash Mountain Ranges from anywhere up the road. Located at an altitude of 2,670m, Kalpa is also famous for good quality Chilgoza. Dinner and overnight in Hotel/tents.

    Day 09: Kalpa-Sangla
    Morning after breakfast drive to Sangla. Arrive Sangla and Chek in at Camp. Thereafter drive to visit Chitkul. Dinner and overnight at Camp.

    Day 10: Sangla-Sarahan
    Morning after breakfast drive to Sarahan. The former Capital of Bushahar Empire, Sarahan is a wonderful little village located amidst lush green and beautiful surroundings of Deodar forests. Visit the historical Bhimakali temple, having an unusual architecture and wealth of carvings, a fine example of Hindu-Buddhist architecture. Deep down in the alley flows the river Sutlej and across lies the scenic snow-clad Shrikhand Peak. Overnight stay at Sarahan.

    Day 11: Sarahan-Sojha
    Morning after breakfast drive to Sojha. Arrive Sojha and check in at Camp/Hotel. Dinner and Overnight at Camp/Hotel.

    Day 12: Sojha
    Morning after breakfast explore the beauriful Tirthan Valley. Dinner and overnight at Camp.

    Day 13: Sojha-Manali
    Morning after breakfast drive to Manali. Arrive manali and Check in at hotel.

    Day 14: Manali-Delhi
    Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and proceed for further destination