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Stay at Rongbuk Monastery

Spend the night at Rongbuk Monastery (visitors base camp) in full view of Mount Everest.

Tour Pothala Palace

Tour Pothala Palace, the spiritual winter home of the Dalai Lama.

Cross the border

Cross the high Tibetan Plains and ride a Royal Enfield across the Nepal border and up into China.

Visit Nepal & Tibet

Visit the fabled cities of Kathmandu and Lhasa.

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Key Information

It’s been long closed off and unreachable in its Himalayan vastness. Tibet, the Roof Of The World, has always been a mysterious land topping the wish list of motorcyclists worldwide.

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Information Pack

This Information Pack includes everything you need to know about this Adventure, including Insurance Details & Emergency Contacts, Your Health, Kit List, Driving/Riding Conditions, Questions and Answers and Visa Application.

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Adventure Dates


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It’s been long closed off and unreachable in its Himalayan vastness. Tibet, the Roof Of The World, has always been a mysterious land topping the wish list of motorcyclists worldwide.

Mystical and magical, Tibet is an overload on the senses. This is a region of extremes with one of the most adventurous, scenically stunning and exciting motorcycle adventures in the world. It’s an enlightening experience – spiritually, culturally and emotionally. The Tibetan Buddhist people are the most compassionate and gentle despite their years of inaccessibility, struggle and resilience.

We ride over 2,300 kms, alongside glittering azure coloured lakes, over vast landscapes and snow-capped peaks. There are remote high altitude deserts, densely forested precipitous gorges and virtually unpopulated high altitude moorlands. The ride takes us to the end of its borders whilst taking in the fabled and ancient cities of Lhasa and Kathmandu.

The motorcycles we ride will be the Royal Enfield and they are perfect for the job. They were designed for exactly this. Nothing can truly prepare you for the moment when the absolute majesty of Mount Everest suddenly appears before you. It’s truly breathtaking, even mind-blowing comes to mind.

It will be a moment in time that sticks with you forever as you watch the sun go down over her peak before bedding down for the night at Base Camp.

There is always much demand for this ride and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis so don’t miss this opportunity and book early for this epic and once in a lifetime motorcycle adventure.


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Where we go, what we do, and how far we travel on the adventure, day by day.

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How to get here

Important information about how to get here, including details on flights, hotels and arrival times.

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In the press


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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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. Steph, who over the course of 4 years rode 74,000 miles across 54 countries and on all 7 continents…
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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. “I have an idea to lead a group of women and I need my wingman with me”.
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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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What’s included


Your motorcycle, team support and all medical, mechanical and logistics support throughout the tour.

All pre-arranged internal transport, accommodation, breakfast and evening meals and fuel for your motorcycle.

Your Tibet Travel Permit & your Tibet Group Permit.


Flights, Nepal visa, personal travel insurance, evening drinks, any transport arranged by yourself outside the proposed itinerary.

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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.