The Moron, the bike and the Himalayas – Jalori Pass Biking Expedition

14 thoughts on “The Moron, the bike and the Himalayas – Jalori Pass Biking Expedition”

  1. Hi ! A very well written post ! I and a fried of mine are going for the same trip this year. I understand that it rains quite frequently but what were the temperatures like during the trip ?

    1. Thanks Vamsi.
      When I was there years back, it didn’t really rain. Just for a couple of minutes now and then. It gets cold in the evenings and night. I would recommend you carry just thermals with you. You can always get warmer clothing[at a cheaper price] near the base camp.
      Hope you have a good time 🙂
      -Srikanth.

  2. Hi!
    We are planning on take part in this year’s cycle ride.
    I was wondering if you could help answer some questions that we have.
    Could you please email me?

  3. WOW! firstly, very well written
    and secondly, i hope to re-live this audacious experience of yours!
    i’m planning to go for this in june with one of my friends.
    and now im just bursting with excitement.
    sounds like this was a trip of a life-time, eh?
    anyway, it was lovely reading your blog.
    hope you have many more such adventures coming your way
    cheers
    neetika

  4. nice compilation dude… we r register for 2010 june expedition.. eagerly waiting for my lifetime adventure… 🙂
    (it would be better if u mention some details like things needed, food quality and also more pictures….)

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  9. @Fibinse:
    Pictures here:
    Himachal People
    Biking team
    Himachal landscape

    @Abhirama:
    DanQ! 🙂 I didn’t have the pics ready by then. Will upload them in sometime.

    @Swati:
    DanQ :)! You bet, it was!

    @Bani:
    Sometime next year if things are in place… 🙂

  10. hey!

    nice post, man. really wish i did something like that too. makes me want to leave everything here and go hiking in the himalayas :P. btw, can u include the relevant pics in the post itself? will help the reader’s imagination. 😛

  11. Wow, awesome desc.. :)..This seems to be a not to be missed kind of a trip. you guys managed to cover most of the visiting spots of the area.. Gr8 going.. 🙂
    Wanna see the pics soon.!!

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