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Gear up for the ultimate motorcycle adventure through Central India aboard a Suzuki
Vstrom 250, where every twist of the throttle unleashes a new thrill!
Covering over 5000 kilometers across 8 states, feel the rush as you journey from the serene basin of the Ganga to the mesmerizing sand dunes of Rajasthan.
From the vibrant orange orchards of Nagpur to the endless golden wheat fields of Madhya Pradesh, each mile is a new adventure waiting to be explored.
Ride through the dense jungles of Chhattisgarh, navigating hidden trails and encountering unique wildlife along the way.
Feel the heat as you conquer extreme temperatures, soaring above 46 degrees Celsius in some places, and emerge stronger, bonded by the challenges overcome.
Discover the isolated beaches of Orissa, delve into the historic naval port of Vizag, and experience the vibrant energy of the modern cityscape of Pune.
Over 20 days, experience the highs and lows of life on the road, forging unbreakable bonds with fellow riders and locals alike. This isn’t just a ride; it’s a test of endurance, a journey of self-discovery, and a celebration of the spirit of adventure. Join us as we ride, explore, and find new brothers along the way.



Embark on an unforgettable motorcycle expedition to Adi Kailash in Uttarakhand, accompanied by three adventurous friends. As you rev your engines and hit the road, be prepared to tackle the formidable challenges that await: rough, unforgiving terrains and bone-chilling temperatures. Together, you’ll navigate treacherous mountain passes and winding paths, testing both your skills and your camaraderie. Despite the hardships, every twist and turn reveals a new spectacle of nature’s grandeur. Majestic peaks loom in the distance, their snow-capped summits glistening in the sunlight. As you ascend higher, the air grows crisper, the landscape more surreal, and the sense of accomplishment more profound. At Adi Kailash, the pinnacle of your journey, you’ll be greeted by the sight of this sacred mountain, revered by pilgrims and adventurers alike. Its towering presence commands reverence, its rugged beauty inspiring awe. In the silence of its surroundings, you’ll find a sense of peace and tranquility unlike any other. But the true essence of your expedition lies not just in conquering tough roads and enduring cold weather, but in the bonds forged along the way. Through shared challenges and triumphs, laughter and moments of quiet contemplation, you and your friends will create memories to last a lifetime. And as you stand together, gazing upon the majesty of Adi Kailash, you’ll know that this journey has been more than just a ride—it’s been an adventure of the spirit.



Embark on an adrenaline-fueled odyssey through the majestic Himalayas and the rugged Zanskar Valley alongside two intrepid rider.
One commands the nimble V-Strom 250, while the other tames the mighty Versys 650, as they weave through the breathtaking landscapes fraught with perilous water crossings and untamed wilderness.
Amidst the bone-chilling cold of the Himalayan winter, these riders aren’t merely seeking adventure; they’re chasing records, testing limits, and confronting their innermost demons. They need to take tough decisions must be made and the weight of unfinished business hangs heavy on their minds.
Yet, amidst the solitude of the snow-capped peaks, they find themselves haunted by memories of loved ones left behind, their absence a stark reminder of the sacrifices made in pursuit of this epic journey. Despite the physical distance, the bond of family resonates deep within, shaping their every decision and fueling their resolve to conquer the unknown.
In this ride to remember, amidst the harsh beauty of the Himalayas, these two riders will forge not only a path through unforgiving terrain but also a journey of self-discovery, camaraderie, and the enduring spirit of adventure.



Sach Pass, nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Himachal Pradesh, holds a reputation as one of the toughest mountain passes to conquer, despite its altitude not reaching the highest peaks of the Himalayas. Standing tall at approximately 14,500 feet above sea level, this pass presents a formidable challenge to adventurers seeking to traverse its rugged terrain.
What sets Sach Pass apart is not just its elevation, but the relentless obstacles it presents to those who dare to cross it. The journey to ascend its steep inclines is fraught with peril, as travelers contend with narrow, winding roads, sharp turns, and sheer drop-offs that test their driving skills and nerve.
Moreover, the weather at Sach Pass is notoriously unpredictable, with conditions varying from clear skies to sudden snowstorms in a matter of minutes.
However, the true test begins once adventurers reach the summit and venture beyond Sach Pass. The landscape transforms into a wild, untamed wilderness, where the road ahead is marked by rugged trails, rocky outcrops, and daunting river crossings. It’s a journey that demands not only physical prowess but also mental resilience and an indomitable spirit.
Yet, amidst the challenges, Sach Pass offers a unique sense of adventure and exploration. The breathtaking vistas of snow-capped peaks, cascading waterfalls, and lush green valleys serve as a reward for those who persevere. It’s a landscape imbued with a sense of raw, untamed beauty that leaves an indelible mark on the soul of every traveler who braves its heights.
In the end, Sach Pass is more than just a mountain pass; it’s a symbol of human determination and the enduring spirit of exploration. For those who conquer its challenges, it becomes a badge of honor, a testament to their courage, and a memory to cherish for a lifetime.


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Few Poll Results !!


  1. Hello sir…i had just turned 18 and started watching your videos just a few days ago(from day i got my learing DL) and now have watched almost all of them. I have got inspired a lot from them. They have given birth to a new passion in me. I hope i’ll be hitting the roads just like you maybe in a couple of years…(on my dad’s RE)and BTW very nice work
    your interaction with the viewers is admirable.. in a few days it feels like i have a special ligature with you…never stop making videos.
    Shabaaz Ghuman

    suggestion: after writing this message when i moved ahed i saw 3 columns it took a little bit of time to figure out what to write in them so you should give a heading to them along with the given icon.

  2. I just watched one of your videos on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx1W1WMgVFg/ and it was just mind-blowing lovely one. From that moment I followed you on Insta youtube and FB. I am also a rider and love to ride the whole time. I also want to go Ladakh for that will take suggestions from you definitely. Thanks a lot for sharing such beautiful moments.

      1. Please make a video from delhi to adi kylash, chardam and back to delhi by road… It will be helpful.. If you already have a video please share the video

  3. Hello sir,

    Hope you can recognise me…. I am new subscriber of you channel… and i am watching all the videos… and believe me sir.. i have experienced all the good and bad weathers of ladakh in a single ride in year 2016… i am attaching my 1st video which i have uploaded on youtube… i am not a vlogger…i have just uploaded for fun… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNzo5C9f80E

    request you to just see this video once….it only has pictures…but i can bet you will love the captions in it….

    On one thing we both can agree that…when we go to ladakh or any other place its not the place which is beautiful….its the way…the roads between the mighty himalayas…..wow… i always have goosebums when i share something about my ride….

    you must have heard about this…….. toughest roads leads to the beautiful destinations…. but in case of ladakh….roads and the destinations both are beautiful…

    you are doing a great work….wish you all the best… i wish if i can join you someday….

    good luck sir..

    please consider this as my participation in the contest which you have started..

  4. Hi….Thanks for the map…..i am planning for a ride to leh ladakh…but m solo….one day i will go there for sure…as u always inspires me….thanks alot and god bless u….

  5. Helo sir , thanx for the map. After covid situation.. I’m planning for complete trip for leh-ladakh SOLO trip from KANPUR.
    Thank you so much sir.
    Hope you doing best.

  6. I’m really happy to have this information about full cercuit
    This is help alot for new rider who wants to go for Leh trip ..


  7. Hello Bro I have seen all of your videos on youtube. They are just awsome and very helpful. Can you please make a video for those people who want to start riding and blogging for the first time after this lockdown. Just some tips and things to care about. All the Best for your future rides.

  8. Hello Sir! Thanks a lot for sharing what you have earned in these years of your travel.
    It was 2018 when I planned to go on Ladakh bike ride with my friend Neeraj.
    As others were not sure so we two decided to go.
    We never went beyond 100km rides so planning this without any group seems difficult.
    I tried a few itineraries then I saw your videos of Leh trip.
    I got everything I need from the route, stay, petrol, do’s, dont’s everything.
    In the end, another 2 friends joined us & we had a memorable time.
    We did the Leh-Nubra-Pangong-changla-Manali, we stayed in Bharatpur tent as you mentioned.

    Small Suggestion: you can mention the must-visit places in your video blogs & info related to bike rental.

    Looking forward to going on more trips.
    Keep sharing Keep driving Sir.


  9. The concept of map design with productive information is good. Maps are already available in so many formats but for places like ladakh your maps are going to help as we get to know how to and as what exactly to prepare when you ride or drive.

    For us it’s going to be long journey from nasik MH to Delhi and then the further route but we will enjoy the same. Also if you can put some videos about hotels guest house in the leh region.

    That will also help a lot, as you have visited so many times in that region you will have exact knowledge of guest houses with good views and in budget.

  10. hey, just watched your laddakh help series and wanted to know that can you please suggest some good places in Delhi to rent Himalayan BS-6.

      1. So after watching your all videos most of the things got cleared. I have decided to complete circuit Chandigarh-Srinagar-Leh-Manali-Chandigarh. i have two questions.

        1. Is it a good idea to rent a bike from chandigarh? because i dont want to ride all the way from Pune, i dont have that much time.

        2. would it be enough to complete the circuit in 9 days?

  11. Hi brother
    Hoping all well.
    I have seen all of ur videos on YouTube.
    I really like ur contents.
    But I have a plan for u.
    Why don’t u try “lo manthang” in upper mustang region of Nepal.
    I would be eager to see u in that place as I have never seen any Indian Vlogger in that place.
    Think about that.
    I m ur fan and seen u several of times by driving within Delhi.
    Hoping for ur reply and see u ahead.
    Stay safe.

  12. Sir apne jaise 15 days me kaise circuit karna leh nd ladakh vala aise hi sir please ek video banadijiyeh ki Srinagar se Jake vapas Srinagar se kaise ana hai leh nd ladakh day wise nd ghumna vagarah sab ka please ( big fan )

  13. Sir I am Nandan from Kolkata.
    Had a dream of going Leh Ladakh for bike trip. I would really appreciate it if you planning any bike trip program professanaly.
    Kindly let me know.
    8961255625 is my whatsapp number.

  14. Hi,
    I am planning for a 4 days trip to Tirthan Valley. Can you please suggest the nearest places to visit and what car we can take either hatchback or compact SUV? Moreover, nearest means anything like 150 kms maximum. The trip will start on 31st Oct till 3rd Nov and we don’t want to spent time in travelling. We need to explore the places as well. Thanks again and keep posting videos on YouTube. 😊😊

  15. As we all know, from 2021 leh bike trip ,Delhi manali leh, Atal tunnel has made, so now we have to take any type of permits beyond manali?? If requires then which??

    Please can you make dedicated video on that!!

  16. Hi Sir,
    Currently watching your Leh-Laddakh Series, I m on Day 4 part 1, u are doing a great job, sir, I started watching your channel while I was searching for the Leh-Ladakh map, your map is very helpful.
    my only question to you is that, in a video you mentioned that u don’t like to wear riding gloves because of some reason, whats that reason sir??

  17. Hlo ji
    Will you please inform me anything about amarnath yatra bike ride.
    Can we go chandanwari by own bike.

  18. Hello sir,
    Sir can you please make a complete map of himachal pradesh as you made of uttrakhand

  19. Hello,

    If possible can u plz make ladakh attraction/ road cercuit map video and pdf as per permit application option details mentioned in ladakh permit.

    Thank you,Amol

  20. hello sir. I watched your riding videos & its an inspirational for me to travel. My plan is to visit Sach Pass in August 7th 2021. Is it safe to travel over there or the conditions are suitable to ride??
    pls let me know.
    What’s app no. 8149267719

  21. Your information is very helpful .Good going. I pray in future for updation of Google maps they contact you 🤪.

  22. Always inspired by your videos and looking forward to ride with you sir ji one day for sure and keep doing the food work and keep inspiring us God bless you and may God give you highest youtuber award

  23. Sir can u tell that why the distance you mention on the map made by you is more then shown in Google
    Like dis. Between Shimla to chitkul is 263km acc. To your map but in Google it is 236km
    Can you explain pls sir
    Because we are going in 20 June 2023

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