Riding Tours

As things change and we grow as a company, there is a decision to be made. Should we decide on one destination or ride wherever the road takes us. I am a big supporter of the latter and love to take the road that has no sign on it. Within the pst few months it seems I have said yes to possibly work in Indonesia and Sri Lanka and the US all with a great “Don’t worry, it will be awesome!” I am definitely not being cavalier here but it seems I am just enjoying the idea of riding in all these places. After all, what could go wrong?

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Indonesia and Sri lanka are island countries with laid back people and beautiful landscapes. The US is a little scary especially when you are thinking of a motorcycle related business in a country that has so many motorcycle gangs wanted for murder, extortion, drug dealing, gun smuggling and whatever else there is.

Riding to Leh Royal Enfield, Ladakh, Sarchu, Leh Road. Motorcycle tour

Our main packages will still remain in the Himalayas, but we are ready to expand to other countries and ride until we fall off the end of the world!!! Stay tuned for information regarding all our tours coming up in the year 2016.

Female Rider, Royal Enfield, Dharamshala, India, Ladakh

Name: Monique Rhodes

Gender: Female last time I looked

Age: can’t remember

I have been riding since I was a teenager and taught on a dirt bike on my best friend’s farm in New Zealand. However in my mind I had been riding since I was a small child. I was fascinated with bikes, especially Harley’s. As I was a girl this fascination was not encouraged.

I am a professional musician who travels the world the whole year. I spend most of the year in India with the rest of my time divided between Europe, the USA and Australia. As well as performing live I also currently work on a music project which supports the visits of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Australia.

Monique at Khardungla

I own one bike, a Royal Enfield Thunderbird. India is the most awesome place in the world to ride. Initially I thought it would be terrifying. But I soon learnt that riding in India is more like a dance. It is about moving together and watching out for each other. Once you get the hang of riding in India it is the most enjoyable place to ride in the world. As a woman the experience is even more fascinating. The Indians love that I ride a bike. They respect that I am strong enough to handle and it never seems an affront to their masculinity. Instead they are very encouraging and engaging.

My favourite place to ride was Ladakh. I spent 2.5 months riding throughout Ladakh. The scenery was amazing. The people were so kind and friendly and accessible. It was an endless adventure. My favourite thing to do in the whole world is to ride my bike in India. Nothing beats that feeling of freedom.