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Tibet | Ryan Pyle Led Tour | Lhasa to Everest (Sept.2019)

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by ryanjpyle, Jul 19, 2019.

  1. ryanjpyle

    ryanjpyle Ryan Pyle

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    Hello friends and fellow adventure riders,

    I just wanted to let everyone know that I am hosting a motorcycle adventure ride in Tibet this year in September from the 6th to 17th.

    My tour will be a 10-day journey from Lhasa to Mt. Everest Base Camp and back. I can't wait to share this experience with a few lucky riders. Spaces are few. I am teaming up with Tibet Plateau Travel for this great adventure.

    Follow this link for pricing, scheduling, etc: http://bit.ly/RP_TibetTour
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  2. ryanjpyle

    ryanjpyle Ryan Pyle

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    I actually first did this journey while filming my Tough Rides: China (Middle Kingdom Ride) back in 2010. What an epic adventure it was. These days the roads are in much better shape, but the views are still some of the most beautiful in the world. I can't wait to head back to head back and explore.
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  3. RetiredandRiding

    RetiredandRiding Retired to Ride Supporter

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    For $7500, I'd want to think I'd have some fun. Your photo on the site looks like that's not gonna happen. Good luck filling the tour.
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  4. ryanjpyle

    ryanjpyle Ryan Pyle

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    Hello Retired and Riding,

    What kind of fun? Each day we will visit Monasteries and learn about local culture. Please explain more?

    Thank you,

    Ryan
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