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The Bullet is a brand-new classic motorcycle that, more than any other motorcycle, makes the journey itself our destination.
A bit of training in a quiet area is time well-spent for our safety, considering the chaotic traffic on Nepalâ€™s main roads, especially the Prithvi Rajmarg highway.
For dinner, weâ€™ll be sampling Nepalese specialties in the historical atmosphere of the Naglo West beer garden.
We'll be staying at Hotel Srinagar, the best place in town, located above Thansen with a spectacular view of the soaring 8,000-meter Dhaulagiri. 130 km From Thansen, weâ€™ll be descending through rocky gorges to the tropical Terai plain.
During the Magic Nepal Bike Tour we're going to cover extreme contrasts, from icy mountain rivers to the tropical heat of the Terai plain, from the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the tiny lanes of remote mountain villages, and from the Fishtail Mountains of the Annapurna range to the 8,000-meter peaks surrounding Mount Everest. Our man in Kathmandu will be waiting for us at the airport with a Classic Bike Adventures sign.
A luxury bus will be standing by to take us to our hotel near Mugling, about 140 km from Kathmandu.
Weâ€™ll have a bit of time to relax in the Riverside Spring Resort while our guide changes money for us. The day will finish with a welcome dinner featuring Nepalese specialties.
After a leisurely breakfast, itâ€™s time to collect our Enfield motorcycles.
The ancient market town is located on the former Silk Road.
Time seems to have stood still in the old town with its many merchants and artisans.
There weâ€™ll be spending the night at a basic but centrally-located lodge on Lake Road.
The afternoon we spend on the lake raod of Pokhara, later opportunity of shaking a leg at live rock music in the Pub. Distance covered: depending on your chosen activity, 0 or 150 km 130 km of endlessly winding, lonely mountain roads on the Siddhartha Highway, named after the historical Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama.
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