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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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Some of Jaipur’s biggest malls and shops are located at Raja Park. Why not go for a round of window-shopping as your buddies arrive one by one? Once you have had your fill, saddle up and take the Kalwada Road, past the famous Raj Mandir Cinema, towards our next destination.
Kalwar is home to the very popular Jaipur Shopping Festival, where one can buy everything ranging from fabric to ornamental boxes to real estate. We recommend you buy the beautiful “jholas” or jute bags, which are not only strong, but also environmentally friendly.
Nawa will surprise you with the variety of cuisine on offer. From Mumbai’s street food, to Kolkata’s sweet delicacies, you will be spoilt for choice. The Rajasthan State Highway 2 (RJ SH2), is one of the best in India, so you will have great fun cruising wiht your buddies along this stretch.
Mithri, on the absolutely delightful SH2, is a hub for hardware items. Ornamental utensils and cutlery? Check. You can also buy customised steel motorcycle luggage, hand-built by the talented metalworkers in the area. This is where you can stop for a short break, at one of the many “bhojanalayas”, before you head on towards our next halt.
It is a straight ride all the way from Mithri to Hanumanpura to Trisigya. The roads open up, there are castles in the distance, and you will have the time of your life. Just watch out for camel-driven carts, as they are used for transporting fruits and vegetables to the nearby markets.
Named after the Kuchaman Fort, there is a wonderful heritage hotel and bazaar built inside the fort complex. The famous, colourful turbans typical of Rajasthani attire are available here, and very cheaply at that! We also suggest you check out the “Mor Pankhi” ( embroidered peacock petals) on sale at the bazaar.
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