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Coming Oct. 4



Sometimes calling "911" just isn't possible.










        A RIDE ON THE ROOF TOP OF THE WORLD by bike or jeep or both. 


The mystic Shangri-La, the forbidden kingdom on the roof of the world has captured man's imagination for centuries. Great explorers and adventurers of the century have ventured into this holy land, rendered inaccessible by the hostile conditions and bandits that waylaid them across the Himalayas.


Despite untold ravages brought about during the Cultural Revolution, Tibet's past grandeur, majesty, magic and mystery still remain undiminished. Today one can still see nomads herding their yaks, pilgrims worshipping at sacred shrines and the expansive striking and enduring topography. Tibet is an truly adventurer's paradise. There is no other better way to see it than by bike or jeep.




                                                                     [Price]   [Itinerary]   [Photo Gallery]   [Dispatches]   [Guide]



      5 -nights accommodations at the Nirvana Garden Hotel in Kathmandu.

      19- day Support Mountain Bike-Jeep Expedition Lhasa/Everest Base Camp/Kathmandu.

      All transfers to from Airports to Hotels and return.

      All local transportation in Nepal

      Kathmandu Guided City Tour

      Tibetan and Western Guide

      All hotels, camps and Meals in Tibet

      Tibet Sightseeing and entrance fees


      Tibetan Visa and Fee

      Nepalese and Tibetan Agency Fees

      Flight from Kathmandu (Nepal) to Lhasa (Tibet)

      Camping equipment and Sherpa camp crew from Nepal.

      Kodari (Tibet/Nepal crossing) border road transport to Kathmandu

      Mountain Bikes 24 Speed with front suspension. (Bikes are fitted with Rock Shox Indy XC and rapid Fire shifter. 

      Bikes include- Pump, Cable Lock, Spare Inner Tube, Patch Kit, Helmet, Tire Lever and Small Repair Kit.

      Bon Voyage Nepalese cultural dinner and dance.   




Does Not Include:  



      Meals in Kathmandu

      Optional Tours in Nepal

      Additional hotel nights in Kathmandu over and above the four nights included in this program.

      International departure taxes in Nepal ($16.00US) x 2

      Nepal entry visa $40.00US and re-entry fee

      Personal Travel Accident Insurance

      All other items of personal nature including laundry, alcohol, soft drinks, bottled water, tipping and postage.







DISTANCES:  The expedition will cover approximately 90kms per day. Bikers will be supported by military truck and jeeps and have the option to load bikes on vehicles as needed throughout the expedition.


EXPEDITION RATING BY BIKE:   Moderate to Strenuous - One can mix it up and ride in the supporting jeep when needed. There are no rules, it's your vacation!

                                                   Altitudes - 4390m/14400 ft. and 5150m/16900 ft.




There are six major passes to be negotiated on the Lhasa to Kathmandu route as it runs westwards. The road is parallel to the Great Himalaya Chain which forms the border with the territories of Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal. Throughout, the road traverses a high and dry plateau-land which to that  is punctuated by the unforgettable monastery towns of Gyantse, Shigatse and Shegar.  There are also several smaller settlements and nomadic Drogpa encampments. On the detour from the main route towards the Rongbuk Monastery, the road climbs through many hairpin bends to reach the Pang La, which affords splendid views of the  Himalaya, and of Mount Everest itself.  The  4-day round trip to Everest Base Camp takes us off-road, to the Rongbuk Valley, which is situated beneath the stunning north face of Mount Everest. Retracing our tire tracks back to edge of the Tibetan Plateau at the Thang La (17000ft), we begin the world's longest downhill, an unbelievable 15000 feet to the valley floor.


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DAY BY DAY ITINERARY  With a group, your own group or independently. Next group: July 12, 2010'


Day 01 (July 12-2011') Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to tourist class hotel.
Day 02  Tibetan Visa formalities and guided Kathmandu sightseeing tour
Day 03  On your own to explore and last minute expedition preparations.
Day 04  Depart Kathmandu for a stunning flight over the Himalayas to Lhasa.                                                                 Transfer to hotel and commence acclimatization days in Lhasa. Bikes will be flown with the group on China Air to Lhasa.
Day 05  Walking tour of Bakor, Jokhang and Tibetan medical center, overnight at hotel.
Day 06  Biking tour of Potala Palace and Norbulinka
Day 07  Biking tour of Sera and Drepung Monasteries.
Day 09  Begin biking trip, camp before Khampala pass.
Day 10  Biking to Koro-la, camp.
Day 11  Biking to Gyantse, camp
Day 12  Bike to Shigatse via Shalu, overnight hotel
Day 13  BIke to Shapkending, camp.
Day 14  Bike to Chola, camp
Day 15  Bike to Gyatsola, overnight in hotel.
Day 16  Bike to Shegar, camp.
Day 17  Rongbuk, the higest inhabited place on earth, camp.
Day 18  Day trip to Everest Base Camp
Day 19  Drive to old Tingri and bike to Gutso, camp.
Day 20  Bike to Lalungla, camp.
Day 21  Drive/bike to Zhangmu, overnight hotel.
Day 22  Drive to Friendship bridge, change over vehicle here and drive to Kathmandu.
Day 23 (Aug 3, 2011') Prepare for journey home, Bon Voyage dinner party.


DISPATCHES   - TIBET 2004 Bike Trip





Meet Suresh Kumar Dulal:  We had the opportunity to meet and ride with Suresh autumn of 2006 in Nepal. Again we will ride with Suresh as he leads the way through Tibet. Suresh is Nepal's number one competition mountain biker with over 20 trans Himalayan mountain bike expeditions under his seat. Suresh will offer participants an inside look with local people and their customs and not to forget, access to some amazing off-road secrets. 


Suresh is an accomplished swimmer, rock climber and biker and aspires to be in the Olympics in China.













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