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5 Best Bike in Everest Base Camp ,Nepal & Tibet

One of the most exciting regions in the world, the biking journey from Lhasa in Tibet, to Kathmandu in Nepal will quite possibly be a “life changing” journey through time, scenery, and physical demands. The fully-supported bike tour will take you along the Friendship Highway to the “Roof-Top of the World”, Everest base camp, and takes in the world’s second longest descent, and the former home of the Dalai Lama.

 

Top 5 bike for the Everest base camp ride:

5) Royal Enfield Classic 350 CC :

Royal Enfield was a brand name under which The enfield cycle company limited  of Redditch, Worcestershire sold motorcycles,bicycles,lawnmowers and stationary engines which they had manufactured. Royal Enfield  is smooth and easy to handle in gravel as well as black top road.It is the most practical executive bike at an average speed of 40 – 80 daily usage. It gives mileage more than other 200 or more cc bikes. Better look and good suspension system along with dual disc is a good choice. It is the most suitable bike for long drive .

4) Honda XR190 :

Its single cylinder, 184cc, four-stroke with electronic fuel injection — a first for Honda on a farm bike — starts instantly without the need to hunt for a choke, and it runs smoothly from the get go.A slick 5-speed transmission offers a speed for every occasion, with selection smooth and neutral easy to find. The luxury of the ride and the scenic beauty of Everest region take rider to the next level of riding experience.A 20-inch wheel up front and 18-inch at the rear, fitted with off-road profile rubber, plug through the mud with ease; bringing things to a stop is the job of a front-end disc and rear drum set-up, both combining to deliver sure, safe stopping.

3)Cross X 250 SE :

Starting from the front side that has shockUpSideDown (USD) combined with a high front fender will make Viar Cross X 250 looks sporty and gagah. Untuk main lamp does look very simple reflector with a small-sized house. On the steering using handlebars handle barmotocross combined with protective grip on the front and a small tank-style bike trail and has a simple seat also will certainly make Viar Cross X 250 is a very comfortable and resilient to bulldoze a tough off-road terrain.

2) Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 CC :

Royal Enfield calls the Himalayan “the only motorcycle you will ever need” and that statement is…surprisingly true. Mind you, it’s not the only motorcycle you will ever want, but this thing will take you just about anywhere you want to go on two wheels. It’s not fancy and it’s not very fast, but that’s part of the Himalayan’s charm.The gauge cluster is stylish, functional, and blessedly analog. This little dash has everything; speedometer, tachometer, clock, gear indicator, fuel gauge, and even a compass. The compass might be a little gimmicky. Overall the layout is clear, easy to use, and not too cluttered.

1) Honda CRF 250L :

The late, great Honda CRF230L was an exercise in on and off-road minimalism: its air-cooled engine was a mellow little lump, and it had the characteristics of a simple dirt-bike with street capabilities, rather than a road bike that happened to be capable on trails.Honda CRF250L’s engine has been returned for more low-end power and incorporates a new air-box, pipes, and other bits to make it ready for dirt duty, while the gearbox and clutch have also been strengthened for the rigors of off-roading.Although the CRF250L is a small displacement bike, it handles the freeway capably. You’ll have to twist the throttle hard to get to top-speed quickly—quickly being a relative term—then settle into the top cog of the six-speed gearbox, which feels like an overdrive.

 

 

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