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Himalayan Roadrunners Pvt. Ltd., the first registered motorcycle touring company in the Kingdom of Nepal in 1989, combining two of life’s great passions: The High Himalaya Range and Classic British Motorcycles, offering the intrepid traveler Two Wheeled access to the highest mountains on earth! Years of diligent collection and restoration allows us to lay claim as one of the only Classic Motorcycle Touring Companies in operation today!

Based upon a belief which gives equal importance to the places visited as to the ride itself, our Classic Bike Tours allow the rider access to the people, cultures and magical landscapes encountered on the journey, in a way that would not otherwise be possible!

Himalayan Roadrunners is dedicated to providing you with the motorcycle adventure of a lifetime, from the World’s Highest Motorable Passes of Ladakh, Nepal and Tibet, to the Tidal Estuaries of Cambodia’s Brilliant Southern Coast, the amazing mountain backroads of Northern Thailand, Laos and Burma, and the mystical mountains of the Kingdom of Bhutan where we were the first organized motorcycle company to cross the Dragon Kingdom in 1997!

Mount Everest Base Camp! Have a look at our Nepal to Tibet High Altitude Motorcycle Adventure! Everest Base Camp & Rongbuk Monastery! The closest you can get to Mount Everest from the saddle of a Motorcycle! Legendary Tashilhunpo Monastery at Shigatse, Ancient Gyantse, and the Stunning Potala Palace in Lhasa!

 

Upcoming Special Tour Dates:

Nepal to Bhutan: 

September 27 – October 10, 2015

October 15 – 29, 2015

Myanmar – Bullets over Burma:

November 29 – December 15, 2015

January 30 – February 15, 2016

Nepal to Tibet: 

April 24 – May 7, 2016

(The Burma Rider Report)     http://www.gt-rider.com/thailand-motorcycle-forum/showthread.php/40701-Bullets-over-Burma-Epic-2-week-Loop?p=302970#post302970

Recent Tour Photos

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Roadrunners Swaraj – Mazda Military 2 Ton 4 Wheel Drive Support Vehicle at our base in Kathmandu