Mountain Biking in Nepal with Himalayan Single Track

Nepal – Dream Now … Ride Later

Its been a tough time for everyone, especially those in the tourism industry and we hope that you are all staying home and safe. While we are in lock down, Nepal’s international airportĀ  and our tours office remain closed until it is safe to open again, we are still dreaming and thinking about mountain biking all the time. We cannot wait to hit the trails again. This time at home has given us more inspiration to explore new trails and find new places to ride.

In the mean time, We invite you to browse through some our best mountain bike photos and memories of our clients, our guides and the history of our company. Dream Now . Bike Later.

The day one of our regular visitors, Wolfie decided he would rather be the porter than ride his bike. Snapped on an exploration trip with Heli Drop into Tsum Valley, Manasulu Region.
No journey to the Himalaya is complete without a snap shot of snotty nosed kids! Taken in Manasulu Region
Al Seaton, a long time friend and coach to our guides, helping us out in a training session at Himalayan Children’s Foundation, Kathmandu.
American Expat Jeff who lived in Nepal for 5 years was always up for being part of our single track search missions. This one was a foray into Chitlang Valley.
Way back in 2015 when we made our first trip to Solu, Phaplu and Pikey Peak! Good company on this ride and it began the unearthing of some incredible trails. Pikey Peak (Everest Enduro) is now one of our most popular trips. (Ha insider fact, we went to the top of the wrong mountain on this trip!!)
Not all trail exploration goes to plan and sometimes while searching for the best trails, we miss the mark and have to carry our bikes a lot!!
A guide training program with our entire team up in Muktinath with our Guru Al Seaton
Upper Mustang with Goldilocks and the Three Bears! We are missing those big blue skies and mountains.
A typical Himalayan Traffic Jam, on the Annapurna Circuit,
Suspension bridge crossings are one of the highlights on the trip for many riders!
The single track search reaches 4500, way above Muktinath with 2 daring clients.
There is no feeling like reaching the top and finding views like this.
Weekend rides and friends… its the backbone of developing mountain biking in Nepal.
We love letting our clients interact with locals…both of the human and animal kind! Its one of the important parts of a journey.
Just before lock-down when it was supposed to be VNY2020 we had a dream for the event Kali X. Sadly Covid put an end to that. But we are looking forward to doing it in the future.


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