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As road trips go, a group of British adventurers are about to put Thelma and Louise well and truly in the shade. Steph Jeavons, 44, from Gwynedd, is to lead the first all-female motorcyclist group to Everest base camp.

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ABR Tours for 2021

After a year plenty of us would prefer to forget, it’s time to make up for lost time by making 2021 your year of adventure. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a list of incredible tours and events to help you do just that.

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Fourteen days of riding the Royal Enfield Himalayan or the latest 500cc Bullet Trials Works Replica. You’ll ride high up into the Indian Himalayas and take on the challenging yet hugely rewarding Cliffhanger mountain road.

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ABR tours for 2020

ABR Tours for 2020

If you’re looking for adventure biking inspiration for 2020 then look no further. Here’s a selection of some of the best motorcycle tours and events taking place across the globe: the perfect place to start your year of adventure.

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Adventure Bike Rider magazine were curious about The Scotsman in India and had a few probing questions. ABR also recommend Nomadic Knights for your motorcycle adventures in Everest and the Himalayas.

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Alex and the Nomadic Knights team have been exploring the more adventurous side of riding in India for over 12 years. They’ve taken motorcycle adventure to the next level and are widely regarded as the specialists for the subcontinent. Here’s what MCN have to say.

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Riding around India on a Royal Enfield is on many motorcyclists’ bucket list but Alex Pirie has made it his life. Pirie, who is 50 but says he feels 21, swapped Grangemouth for Goa to set up Nomadic Knights which offers tours across the subcontinent.

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Experienced riders and daredevils are invited to join the inaugural Nomadic Knights reconnaissance motorcycle tour of the hair-raising Cliffhanger in the Himalayas. The Cliffhanger is a rough Himalayan track hewn into the side of vertical cliffs in Kashmir and is billed as one of the world’s hairiest roads.

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High Rode to Adventure. Riding an Indian-made motorcycle from a city of swarming chaos to the tallest peak in the world pushes a lapsed biker beyond his comfort zone.

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The crew at Nomadic Knights are highly experienced and manage the right balance between professional and fun. There is no pressure to ride at any particular pace and you can stop to explore when it suits.

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Nomadic Knights offers a 14-day ride from Kathmandu that takes you across the Chinese border and over several 5000+ metre passes to Rongbuk Monastery and all the way to Everest Base Camp that lies at 5200 metres.

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The idea came from Steve Brown, a long time friend of mine from my Air Force days in Germany, “How do you fancy a bit of an adventure” he says, “it’s going cheap!” Well that got my attention. The title of the adventure was “India’s Lost World” and consisted of a 14 day 1900km ride through the 7 states of N.E. India onboard the new Royal Enfield Himalayan with a company called Nomadic Knights.

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When you sign up to ride motorcycles with famous Round-the-Worlder Steph Jeavons you’ve gotta know it’s not going to be your garden variety affair.

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Two years ago, as Steph was getting close to the end of her journey around the world, she mentioned the idea of a new adventure. “Do you fancy riding to Everest Base Camp?” she said.

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Intrepid motorcycling adventurer, Steph Jeavons, is currently leading the first-ever all-female riding group from Kathmandu to Mount Everest Base Camp, aboard a fleet of rugged Royal Enfield Himalayans.

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So you’re considering taking on a real adventure? I remember the feeling. In 2006, I was sat right where you are now… wondering if it was for me.

Join our mailing list – The Knight Club – and I’ll send my no-BS thoughts on why you should (or shouldn’t) take it on. No sales. No special offers. These rides aren’t for everyone, but if you’re the right kind of person, it can remind you what it means to be alive.

All the best, Alex.

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