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Legendary Moto Rides

New Delhi, India
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Liam D wrote a review Apr 2020
Jaipur District, India2 contributions
My wife & I explored Rural Rajasthan in February 2020 with Legendary Moto Rides, it was an incredible experienced & very well organized. Bikes were great and accommodation was everything that you would expect: Heritage, clean and comfortable. I would strongly recommend this tour & LMR for your Holiday in India. Thank you Bharat, Bhanu and all support for memories that can't be forgotten!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mark H wrote a review Apr 2020
Pemberton, Australia73 contributions3 helpful votes
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Tour of Rajasthan with two mates. We had the most marvellous adventure on Royal Enfields 500 cc Bullet through such varying landscapes filled with colour, people, many animals, small villages and mega cities. We laughed long and often, hunted high and low for the best Masala Chai and were looked after by Bharat (Tour Owner and wonderful guide) Bhanu (Our very thoughtful Road Captain and mechanic) and Mahaveer (Our driver, organiser, language teacher and cheery all round person). Our days varied, from 40 kilometres to 350 klicks, long days in the saddle. We explored villages on foot, picked our way on our bikes past flocks of sheep, dodged people, trucks, buses, cars, camels, numerous cows, goats and dogs. Each day turned it on with new sights, sounds, smells and vistas. The people of India were friendly, helpful, ready with a smile, cheery in giving directions and providing in depth history lessons as we explored, forts, mosques, the Taj Mahal, markets and castles. We lived on spicy food, delicious local vegetable dishes, fresh Naan bread and chapatti’s. Aloo masala (Potato masala), Dahl makhani and Jalfrezi (hot vegetable curry) and samosas chaat with tamarind sauce were our favourites. Our hotels were so different: old haveli’s (traditional townhouse/ mansion), forts, Old British hotels and modern efforts. We loved the old sections in the cities, exploring tight narrow laneways filled with life. We had the best time, three mates, Peter, Jeremy and I and our partners on the tour Amish and Hannah. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Liz W wrote a review Sep 2019
Havant, United Kingdom25 contributions8 helpful votes
This was our second trip with LMR and as before it completely exceeded our expectations. We travelled to Spiti Valley and experienced the most incredible scenery- from green foothills to high desert mountains and glaciers. The roads were also spectacular winding up some very steep valleys. The Enfield Bullet motorbikes are phenomenal and seem to be able to cope with anything thrown at them. A percentage of this trip is off road and the description of the trip requires riders to be motorbike fit and of intermediate standard - we certainly found the riding challenging but also so exciting and rewarding. With regards LMR, Bharat has managed both our trips. From the moment you get in touch he always communicates quickly and clearly. Nothing is ever too much trouble and he takes the time to listen to what you are saying. He even managed to organise a birthday cake in a village in the middle of nowhere for one of our group - this was so appreciated and special. The rest of the team are also so helpful and friendly and again nothing is too much trouble. I highly recommend this company - they are faultless - and we will certainly be back for a third trip.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Darryl Roberts wrote a review Apr 2019
5 contributions2 helpful votes
My partner and I recently completed the Himachal Pradesh tour in company with Michael from London. (See his review) The scenery is spectacular, and the accommodation excellent. 2 weeks of local food, without any upset stomachs. This ride is a true Adventure Ride, and is not for the timid or inexperienced rider. A reasonable level fitness is required, but most of all, you should be "bike fit" to undertake this ride. The roads range from great to very poor. However, the surface is firm, and with care and patience, provides a fantastic ride. The 500cc Royal Enfield is ideal, with low seat height, reasonable suspension, and I found it very comfortable. The low down torque is ideal for negotiating the rough patches. The brakes worked very well, and I felt safe at all times. Our mechanic presented the bikes each morning, clean and ready to go. Our road captain, Banu, guided us safely around hazards, and showed us the custom of beeping the horn, to warn oncoming traffic of our presence, and to advise othervehicles, we were about to overtake. Suzanne opted to travel in the accompanying car, which carried our luggage, along with Baharat, our driver and mechanic. The only problem was a flat tyre on the road captain's bike, which was fixed very quickly. Bharat organised rest periods each day, which worked extremely well. Hence we were refreshed to ride the bikes every time. We opted to arrive 2 days early, to take advantage of an overnight drive to Agra, to see the Taj Mahal. This was at Bharat's suggestion, and the cost very reasonable. Similarly, we opted for a sightseeing day in Dehli, plus a rest day, before flying home. I recommend these options. Be prepared for 40 degree heat in Dehli in April. We could have travelled in early March, but some of the high roads would have been closed due to snow. The train rides provide an ideal way to start and finish the tour, and avoids riding in Dehli, which is chaotic. If you enjoy a cold beer at the end of the day, you will need to discuss this with LMR. It is not readily available, and many hotels do not sell alcohol. Bharat went out of his way, to procure beer, where available. The attention to detail by Bharat and his team was first class, and I rate the Himachal Pradesh tour as "fantastic". Darryl Roberts Kingaroy Australia
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Mike M wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom6 contributions7 helpful votes
I recently completed the Himachal Pradesh tour with Legendary Moto Tours, led by Bharat. ‘Legendary’ is the perfect word to describe my experience. From start to finish, the riding was absolutely mind blowing , the accommodation comfortable, the bike flawless and our guide/mechanic/driver top notch. The riding: Riding on this tour ranged from dusty, remote mountain roads, to endless sweeping twisties, to completely unpaved offroad and gravel sections, to bustling city traffic. We even hit snow at one point. The variety was remarkable, and I didn’t expect to encounter (albeit occasionally) such high quality asphalt. Suffice to say that if you like riding bikes on all sorts of surfaces and in all kinds of places (mountain, lowland, forest, town), you’ll enjoy yourself. Negotiating traffic in India is naturally challenging and I think that you need a reasonable amount of experience to ride there. Defensive riding is a must because hazards (potholes, cows, kids, crazed lorries) are around almost every blind corner. To Legendary Moto Tours’ great credit, each day introduces you to more challenging roads so you are unlikely to feel overwhelmed at any stage. The accommodation: Generally very nice with the odd more ‘rustic’ hotel. No complaints whatsoever. A couple of the hotels were exceptional and the views (even from bed) simply stunning. Food at the hotels was on the whole excellent but don’t expect variety - paratha and omelette for breakfast, and dal/butter masala/biryani/naan for dinner. You might think that Indian food all the time is too much of a good thing but none of us felt that way, I looked forward to each meal, especially after a long day in the saddle. The bike: Lovely 2018 Enfield 500cc Bullet, in great nick. Mine had around 10,000km on the clock so pretty new, looked mint. No mechanical problems whatsoever, although I asked to adjust the rear shock because I’m about 90kg and the suspension was set up for someone lighter than me. Coming from a supermoto and sports bike background meant that the geometry of the Enfield took a day or two to get used to but by day 3 on the twisties I was almost getting my knee down. Sliders next time! The bikes are remarkably capable and can handle everything that India can throw at them. Guide/driver/mechanic: Our guide Bharat was absolutely brilliant. He is a consummate gentleman and went to great lengths to ensure we were enjoying ourselves. Nothing was too much. He knows all there is to know about India and really helped us understand local custom, food, religion and culture. He is a lovely person and clearly loves what he does. In many ways he is what made the tour so exceptional. The support vehicle driver was highly professional and the mechanic kept the bikes clean every day, and he checked them each evening to ensure that they would be in top condition for us in the morning. Overall impression: Our experience was fantastic from start to finish. I chose Legendary Moto Rides because it is an Indian owned company in India. I have no regrets. I cannot wait to come back and will certainly be joining Bharat and the team again. I would wholeheartedly recommend LMR to anyone wanting genuine adventure riding in a historical, beautiful, exotic and exciting environment. A*** - a Legendary experience.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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