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New Delhi - Help us plan our 8 day ride out of Delhi March 2018!

Discussion in 'Asia Pacific' started by sixtring74, Feb 19, 2018.

  1. sixtring74

    sixtring74 Adventurer

    Nov 1, 2008
    Peterborough, UK
    Hello fellow ADVRiders,

    In March a friend and I are heading to Delhi for a quick 10 day (8 riding) Adventure Motorcycling getaway.

    The bikes are reserved, our bags are packed, so now we are looking at interesting routes, locations and must-do's.

    We're used to hard miles but also enjoy a relaxed tour so are happy to mix it up a bit.

    We would love to hear all your suggestions, see your photos and look at any interesting GPX files from your adventures.

    Rob + Nick
  2. highermath

    highermath code wrangler

    Jan 23, 2005
    Sunny Southern California
    You have probably left, and you probably (hopefully) know that riding in India can redefine adventure. If there are only two if you, and you are riding without a support vehicle, make sure you have good phones that will have coverage where you are going.

    Bullet parts and service are easy to come by. European bikes, not so much.

    Avoid traveling in the dark, and avoid UP and Bihar.

    The top speed limit for motorcycles is 50 kph, so either be prepared to go very slow, or to buy your way out of jail.

    Don’t expect everyone you encounter to speak English, or even Hindi.

    Bon voyage.