During a long motorbike trips across Nepal in our Royal Enfield Motorbikes you need to carefully read these biking tips, which we developed after years of biking experience across the destinations of Nepal.
01: First of all we urge you to see the check list below while packing for the motorbike trips in Nepal. ID, visa, cash, insurance & roadside assistance info, motorcycle key, phone/camera/charger, maps/directions, sunglasses & rain/night goggles, luggage, helmet, gloves, riding shoes, rain suits, heated jackets, water bottles, bandana, head band, skull cap and necessary clothing that include inner garments.
02: Eat and drink in the hotel you are staying or in the restaurant nearby so that you don’t have to drink and drive. Drinking and driving in Nepal these days is a serious offence.
03: Go for the light breakfast and lunch. Heavy breakfast or lunch needs lots of energy to digest that make you drowsy, which could hamper your ride throughout the day. Save the big meal for the end of the day.
04: Pack snacks and light foods for the trip every day. You may not get the food you desire to eat in the roads of Nepal. Bottles of water, juice, chocolates, peanuts and biscuits could be easy food during the ride.
05: Pack snacks and light foods for the trip every day. You may not get the food you desire to eat in the roads of Nepal. Bottles of water, juice, chocolates, peanuts and biscuits could be easy food during the ride.
06: Though you are not thirsty, drink enough water at regular intervals to avoid dehydration. Carrying frozen bottle of water or hydration pack can be better options.
07: Listen to the guide’s instructions properly. It is essential that you ride in close distance with fellow riders and the guide so that you don’t miss highlights that are in the highways.
08: Slow and steady wins the race. Roads in Nepal are not meant for speedy rides. Hence, make sure you don’t ride speedily. Twists and turns with heavy vehicles winding from the opposite direction can result the fatal accidents if your ride in high pace.
09: Do not forget to take pictures of every landmark you visit or explore. Memories in photographs remain forever.
09: Although our mechanic does his work perfectly every day before the ride begins. It is also the duty of a rider himself to check the condition of the bike before the journey begins every time. If anything you feel is not working well or you have discomforts riding the bike, please feel free to inform the mechanic who is traveling with you.
10: If you have problems riding please abort the ride and continue the journey in a supporting vehicle that travels with the riders.
11: Every place you visit or stop in Nepal, make sure you greet Nepalese with Namaste (Na- mas-te) joining your palms at your chest level.
12: Chill, enjoy and see the best of every trip you undertake, Nepal is a beautiful place for the motorbike trips.