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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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The National Highway 1 is a gift to every rider who seeks a seamless road where they can pulse through uninterruptedly. Enjoy the seamless ride on the expressway for another 100 kms till your next stop.
After ripping through the smooth roads, it’s time to give you and your ride a break. Halt for a short while at any of the local dhabas you will spot at Karnal and order up some hot Parathas to bring up your energy for the harsh roads ahead!
The roads are rough, narrow and battered. It will surely make you miss the beautiful NH 1 stretch. But here you will get a chance to master your riding skills on one of the toughest roads to ride.
The drive gets slow here as you will cross the typically busy city roads with a large number of vehicles. The traffic police keep a strict check, hence keep your bike documents handy.
A whole new level of adventure awaits you, as the route takes you through Kalesar National Park. Arched trees welcome you but proceed with caution as hungry monkeys residing here are always on the lookout for their next target! The roads ahead have plenty of corners for you to conquer.
After conquering the roads, it’s time to devour a champion’s meal. With nature for company, Dehradun is the best place to halt for some much needed lunch! Stop by a local dhaba to dig into some delicious Paneer along with Butter Naan.
This final leg requires constant attention from a rider. The road here is uphill and often throws blind mountain curves that will test your judgment and co-ordination with the crew. Ride ahead cautiously! Once you reach Mussoorie, don’t forget to click a snap at the end to immortalize this crazy ride, forever.
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The road to the picturesque Bhatta Falls is full of corners, especially the last 1km. Music to bikers's ears!Checkpoint
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