Road trips are awesome. Agreed? Now, add to that the charm of gorgeous mother nature and the never-ending trails? Bikers come alive then. If you also are a badass rider or just an ordinary admirer of bike trips, this is just for you.
We all love the feeling when we fly in the fresh air on our machines. Nothing’s going to replace that experience of tracing the untravelled paths and touching the unseen sights while riding our favourite bike. India offers numerous rich, exotic, and adventurous trails and ranges to explore. So wake the sleeping rider in you and start the journey of exploring places and yourself as well.
Here are the best Paradise trails for Indian Bikers.
Manali – Leh
Most difficult ones are the most satisfying ones, and this trail proves you just that. Popular as one of the most difficult routes to attempt for the bikers, Manali to Leh is a real paradise trip. Do not rush through the journey. You won’t want to miss a thing. Take at least 15 days along to do this. Starting from a beautiful Manali valley that wraps you up, you will go on and on just to reach the stunning peak at Leh. Newbies need to be careful, though.
Shimla – Spity Valley
A ride through Shimla, tracing beautiful highways, and the destination being the amazing valley in Himachal, a rider can’t fulfil himself more. This would be one hell of a thrill ride. And at the end, you get to savour the sights and sounds of nature. It’s all about orchards, shrines and a refreshing place to rest. The best trails to travel would be through Baspa, Kinnaur, Kalpa, and kaza to reach the ultimate spot.
Bangalore – Kannur
Kannur would sure be one of the best getaways in Bangalore. So the next time you plan to hit the roads, you can do it to reach this place. The riding trail would be long and sheer brilliance on this trip. You would go through Nagarhole, Tholpatty, Manandvady, Kuthuparamba, and then to Kannur. The scenic biking trail has ample of lakes providing astonishing stops to break your ride.
Pollachi – Challakudy
Another trail for biking in South India that just bangs on. This road takes you all the way from Tamil Nadu to Kerala via an incredible road. Although you can travel it round the year, you need to take some care in the rainy. The abundance of rainforests results in a lot of wet areas in the rainy season. The biggest pro is the coolest journey you get to cover especially from Valparai to Athirapally.
Siliguri – Yuksom
Darjeeling is a place where we all the paradise touches the earth. Now the best option for a bike trip would be starting from Siliguri. Do not miss the ride through Kalimpong and taking some breaks at the incredibly colourful markets on your way. Pelling and Gangtok are also great stops.
Bhalupkong – Tawang
Have you attempted a route that’s as challenging as beautiful? Make a move to Arunachal and take a bike trip to Tawang. Along with the scenic beauty of the trail, you also get to visit some of the craziest tribal cultures throughout the journey. Many pit stops are offered.
Barmer – Bikaner
Now, this ride can be a bit daunting for the fact that it goes through a desert. So if you are crazy enough to pursue the most difficult stretches of sand, welcome yourself to this road. If you can do this, this is a great adventure you might want to add to your adventures.
Guwahati – Khasi Hills
This trails would need you to be pretty careful. All the road could be damp, wet, and slippery. However, once you make it through Shillong to the Khasi Hills in the east, you have just experienced one of the best rides of your life. The ride is dotted with beautiful bridges and waterfalls.
Mumbai – Trivandrum
As unlikely as the ride may seem, this would be one of your bests. The ride is a perfect vacation getaway and also easier than the other ones on the list. The coastal ride is full of beaches including the beach extravaganza, Goa. The tourist friendly stops like Cochin and Alleppey are other great stops.
Delhi – Mandawa
This trip is going to satisfy bikers as well as tourists. The ride would be prettier than you would imagine. Starting from Delhi to reaching the Taj Mahal. You can also have a brief stop at Fatehpur Sikri between Agra and Jaipur. Then you get to visit some greatest forts and the cultural mood of Pushkar. Be careful of the narrow trails there.
Have got any personal favourite? Feel free to suggest.