Ride Nepal

Adventure Ethos

For us at Ride Nepal, it’s all about the ride! We believe motorcycles are the best way to travel as you see more than inside a bus or car and cover far more ground than by mountain bike or by foot. We believe facilitating other people’s dreams of adventure is a great way to earn a living and do what we love. We are a Nepali & British team who share a passion for motorcycling and working together means we can utilise our local knowledge of both places to deliver a unique and meaningful experience to anyone who travels with us. We have many years of experience riding the roads in Nepal, finding the best pit-stops and eateries and recceing new routes.

All motorcycle tours start and end in Kathmandu. We pick you up directly from the airport and drop you back when it’s time to say goodbye. We organise everything from bike hire (Honda CRF250Ls), to handpicked accommodation, all meals as well as entry permits. Our aim is to take you to some of the most amazing places in Nepal and get you back safely. Let us share ‘our’ Nepal with you, we welcome bikers young and old, male and female, of any ethnicity, race or religion.

Upcoming Motorcycle Tours

October 15 – 27, 2022

From £3700

Nov 12 – 25, 2022

From £3080


For all our tours we use Honda CRF250Ls

You may be wondering which bikes are best suited to the terrain in Nepal. We have tried and tested many bikes ranging from Enfield’s to Chinese enduro bikes.  But nothing compares to the CRF250L.  The Honda does well on tarmac, jeep tracks and also performs reasonably well off road. It has plenty of power and not too much like some other enduros. The power delivery is smooth and is forgiving when you get tired. We have a fleet of 10 CRF250Ls that we use for all our tours in Nepal. We do give the option of hiring an Enfield Himalayan, however only for specifically one of our tours can we mix and match the bikes, otherwise we suggest an Enfield only group as the pace and riding style is too different.


I gained so much confidence over the 9 days, and having not ridden much off hard roads before, I ended up riding sections that I would not have thought I was capable of before the trip.

Ian Richardson

This was a trip of a lifetime which I would recommend to anyone who loves adventure.

Simon Blakeborough

The views are epic and do expect to travel to places untouched by humans or by motorcycle and push yourself to new heights with confidence only given to you by experienced guides.

Jarred Taylor

Featured Tour

Lost Kingdom Lomanthang (Nepali: लोमान्थाङ)
Lo Manthang was the walled capital of the Kingdom of Lo from its founding in 1380. The construction of the city wall and many of the still-standing structures was done then. After the Shahs of Gorkha forged Nepal out of numerous petty kingdoms in the 18th century, Lo became a dependency but kept its hereditary rulers. This arrangement continued as long as Nepal remained a kingdom, until the country was declared a republic in 2008.
We run trips to Lo Manthang and Upper Mustang area to explore ancient Buddhist cultures, thousand years old monasteries, cultures, peoples, and beautiful scenery. The area is beautiful as high altitude desert with a pocket of green. All the local houses are built out of mud brick. Area of Upper Mustang and Lo Manthang is restricted. Special permits from the department of immigration of Nepal have to be obtained for foreigners other than Nepali.

As featured on Alex's Blog, J&S Accessories

Doing a motorcycle tour of Nepal can get mucky pretty quickly, so having some proper riding gear helps to keep you protected from the elements. We are so grateful to J&S Accessories for sponsoring our three high altitude motorcycle guides and fully kitting us out with jackets, trousers, gloves & boots that we took to the mountains in Nepal to test out. 

Ride Nepal in the Press

The Ins and Outs of Riding a Motorcycle in Nepal

Until recently people living in some regions of Nepal would have to walk for more than 10 days to reach a nearby town or city..