Hi all, Long time reader; first time poster. I'm planning a fairly epic ride from London to...well, that'll be decided later. At the moment the final destination is likely to be Melbourne but that might change over time (and according to budget constraints). I have very limited experience of travelling in any parts of Asia, including the Indian subcontinent. I have two choices of routes, and in either scenario I'm going to be passing from Pakistan into India at Wagah (Lahore / Armistar) as I understand this is the only border crossing open to international tourists. Otherwise I'm stuck coming into India from China via Nepal, I bet Tibet will have its own share of complications. I'm aware of the issues with sorting out visas (and a Carnet) and will deal with this accordingly, the nature of this question is about the practicalities of the border crossing at Wagah. So far, everything I've read refers to foot crossings. All travel advice (Lonely Planet online, WikiTravel, etc) seems to say that you can get a bus to the border then cross on foot, (or get the train service) paying porters to carry your possessions if necessary and pick up the bus on the other side. Great. Except I have a full size motorcycle that is fairly essential to the rest of the trip (I'm not selling up and renting or buying again in India) and I can't find any information about crossing on or with a private vehicle. I'll gladly push the damn thing across if I need to but I just can't find any information anywhere. Any relevant information would be gladly received. Thanks in advance. Dan.