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This ride involves smooth roads and easy-to-access facilities
This ride involves some tight corners and narrow roads.
This ride has tight corners, two-lane roads, and some off-road sections.
Highway - Majority of the ride is via state and national highways
Night Halts - This ride involves a night stay and the return journey will begin on the next day
Off Roads - This ride involves jungles, river crossings and mountainous sections
Return - This is a one day ride and you can be back by noon or evening.
Beginner If you have upto 10000km of riding experience, and if you have been on less than 3 rides
Moderate - If you have more than 20000km of riding experience, and have done at least 5 rides.
Professional - If you have more than 40000km of riding experience and have done more than 5 rides.
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One of the oldest and most famous cinema halls in Jaipur, the Alka theatre overlooks the Jaipur- Sikar road, which is the route to be taken. Early in the morning, you will find a lot of tea stalls serving traditional lemongrass tea, a sip of which will charge you up as you wait for your buddies to arrive.
The Thatiyawas Toll Plaza, an entry point into Northern Rajasthan, is well known among bikers as a superb spot to stop and shoot some memorable selfies. The roads from here on are so good that you will not feel like stopping, no matter what.
This city, founded in the 10th century, was also visited by Alexander the Great. Full of many ancient monuments and havelis, Palsana, located in the Sikar district, has some of the best weather all-year round. If you are lucky, you may be able to see camel carts, lugging vegetables and fruits to the local market.
Sikar gets its name from the Sikar Fort, which is more than a thousand years old. In spite of the proud history of this erstwhile princely state, you will get a taste of the traditional “ Padharo Maare Desh” hospitality for which the state is famous. Sikar is a very busy city. You need to be on the Jaipur- Ringus Road, which will take you to your next stop.
Want to see banks located in a fort? Then visit the Bala Kila Fort. This 18th century citadel has now been refurbished and houses 5 of the largest banks in the state. Did you know that most of India’s Marwari families have their origins here? Nawalgarh, also called the Golden City of Rajasthan, has many havelis and small forts that have been similarly adapted for business purposes, in true Marwari style.
And now we come to the delightful twists, which is great news for all you cornering experts. Switchbacks, steep lefts and rights, uphill and downhill banks and every kind of corner you have imagined will greet you on the way to Mukundgarh. Mukundgarh was once part of the land owned by a powerful princely family in Jaipur. They still do their best in maintaining the town and the superb, smooth road that leads through it.
And now we come to our final destination. The beautiful, storytale-like Mandwa is one of the lesser-known destinations from Jaipur and is also called an “open art gallery’, because of the paintings, statues and murals you will find all over the town. Do visit the haunted and majestic Mandwa fort and spend a night at the hotel which is inside the fort grounds.
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