Ladakh Bike Trip one is most adventure trip for every bike ride. Everyone says your bike is most powerful for Ladakh trip, but I am always saying not important heavy bike choose because the bike is not going to Ladakh him. You are going to Ladakh with the bike and you well know about your bike performance.
Let’s talk about which one best motorcycle for Ladakh trip for make your journey enjoyable and easy.
The latest launch from Bajaj has quickly become popular. The Dominar is a feature loaded motorcycle and comes with full-LED headlamps. The single-cylinder, liquid cooled engine produces a maximum power of 34.5 BHP and 35 Nm of torque.
The big engine, whether 350 CC or 500 CC gives it an edge over all other motorcycles. The heavier the size of the motorcycle, the easier it is to tie luggage around. Good suspension and seating position makes it comfortable for both the rider and the pillion making it suitable for the long journey. The only drawback however with Classic, Standard, and Electra is the smaller tank which makes it a compulsory to carry fuel while riding Enfield in Ladakh. This drawback, however, is not with Thunderbird, which has a larger fuel tank. If you own a Royal Enfield, you already know that you do not need to think twice before taking it to Leh.
The motorcycle gets all-LED headlamp system and an aggressive design but the motorcycle is a good choice of long-distance touring. The FZ25 is powered by 249cc, oil-cooled plus air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that generates 20.4 BHP of power and 20 Nm of maximum torque.
Bajaj Avenger Cruise
The Bajaj Avenger has been around for a while now. The cheapest cruiser in India is extremely comfortable motorcycle when it comes to the long distance riding. The motorcycle comes with a low slung seat that helps the rider to firmly place the feet on the ground. The Cruise variant of the motorcycle comes with spoke wheels and a big windscreen. The Avenger Cruise comes with a 220 cc engine that produces a maximum power of 18.8 BHP and 17.5 Nm of maximum torque. The motorcycle also comes with a 14-liter tank, that is good for 400+ km journeys between the fuel stops.
The UM Renegade is a lesser-known motorcycle in India. It comes in 2 variants – Sports S and Commando. The Commando comes with an optional windscreen and spoke wheels that help make the highway cruising easy. The Renegade comes powered by a single cylinder, 279cc engine that produces 25.4 BHP and 23 Nm. The Renegade is like the Avenger but with more power. It has a very comfortable seating position and a backrest for the people who plan to travel with the pillion.
Probably the most popular and best-selling motorcycle today in Indian market at present. With a Pulsar, you can rest assured that you can rely on it and it won’t really ditch you anywhere. Be it a 220CC, 200CC or a 150CC pulsar, you can confidently plan your adventure ride on it. The huge fuel tank makes it ideal for long journeys and you won’t have to worry about fuel so much. It does have its drawbacks though. The first and the foremost one is the seating position and on bad roads, it is bound to get your shoulders to start aching so make sure that you are not seated in a leaning position. Sit straight to get the pressure off your shoulders. The second drawback is its seat that is not comfortable at all and will kill your butt during long rides so a good comfortable seat cover is highly recommended.
The Mahindra Mojo is an extremely underrated motorcycle in the market. What makes it special is its refined 295cc engine that produces a maximum power of 27 Bhp and 30 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox that very smooth and trouble-free to use. The Mahindra Mojo comes with a huge tank fo 21-liters, making it long distance friendly.
Duke from KTM
When it’s a challenging terrain, you need the most powerful mean machine, and KTM Duke won’t let you down in this regard. This is one motorcycle that would be fun to ride on bad and challenging roads that Ladakh is so famous.