Dikesh Joshi (Rider) & Siris Bajracharya [Yamaha Enticer 125 cc],
Sachin Shrestha (Rider) & Sudeep Adiga [Suzuki GN 125 cc],
Pradipna Gautam (Rider) & Niraj Shah [Bajaj Avenger 180 cc],
Total Kilo Meters: 130 KM (Up and Down)
Date: Saturday, Dec 30, 2006
Photographer: Dikesh Joshi & Siris Bajracharya
Report: Siris Bajaracharya
Photo Captions: Dikesh
“Big boys like playing with their favorite toys and while they are at it, their girlfriends are keeping a watchful eye on their men who for one day seem to be paying a lot more attention to other beauties – their bikes”
Biker Boys in Action, Ready Get Set…On Saturday morning when the roads of Kathmandu were still sleepy, 6 bikers donned their helmets, strided out onto their vehicles and zoomed through the busy streets of Kathmandu and headed towards DolalGhat. Driving away from the streets of seldom emptiness, the bikers had a day out to enjoy the most talked-about destination, a destination with a taste of the best fishes in town.
Delicious Fried Fish in DolalGhat, isn’t it mouth watering?
Dikesh, Pradipna, Sudeep, Siris, Sachin
Niraj, Siris, Sudeep, Pradipna & Sachin
This ride to DolalGhat on the roaring two wheeler beauties was a thrill in itself. Bikers enjoyed the ride on the silky roads with a feel of fresh gust of wind touching their soul. It is said, “Four wheels move the body and two wheels move the soul” and whatever it is, it’s better in the wind.
Loanly road waiting for the biker boys
Along the road, enjoying the breathtaking sceneries, the bikers had a taste of juicy oranges that were being sold on the way. With a refreshing kick start, the bikers cruised along the Arniko highway leaving behind all the day-to-day work-loads. The roaring beauties took the bikers on to their destination in about 1 hour from Bhaktapur. Approaching Dolalghat the bikers had a mouth-watering and luscious aroma of fresh cooked fish on the markets side-by.
Leaving their beauties besides the river, the bikers then started an adventurous hiking on to the mountains nearby.
The Thrilling Machine, 110 KM/HR 🙂
Dikesh And Siris. btw, who iz clicking the pic?
Pradipna, Sudeep, Sachin, Siris and Dikesh at Dolalghat
Pradipna, Sudeep, Sachin, Siris and Niraj at Dolalghat
Niraj crossing river through the deadly bridge
More adventurous was the bridge that looked like it was about to crumple down any time. The bridge reminded the bikers about the veracity of LIFE.
Looking at the bridge, as compared to life, although whatever be the condition we bikers loved and enjoyed every bit of the moment while crossing it, hoping that it would fetch us new hopes ahead. Well, the bikers knew that they should seize the time and enjoy every bit of it as it comes.
Sudeep, Siris and Niraj…hiking around the hills
Crossing the river
Crossing the river (Niraj, Sudeep, Pradipna & Dikesh)
Smiling for the picture
Niraj eXplaining the thing…
The bikers also enjoyed lovely and breath-taking sceneries at the place which simply forced them to be a part of nature.
With the lip smacking fishes and such a pleasant environment, the moment was simply bliss.
Along the way, we also found a small home made factory of Gagri.
The workers were busy making those gagries. We realized that all those hammerings, heating and shaping would finally create a beautiful architecture.
New Year Resolution. Smoking and Drinking kills (Did you understand the Caption…read it carefully)
Tree in the water
Another destination planned for hiking, View from the Hotel
We reached to the destination and started Rock climbing. Sudeep, Siris, Niraj, Sachin
Niraj and Sachin
Sachin & friends in the Peak
Relaxing guy…guess who?
Bikers in action, Returning from Dolalghat. Sachin, Pradipna & Dikesh
Bikers in action 2. Sudeep, Niraj & Siris
Siris, why??? 🙂
After biking, Bowling time… 🙂
Sachin in action
Digital biking…Gaming stations at Soltee Hotel. Dikesh in action
Niraj in action
Siris in action
Sachin in action
At last Pool time, Niraj breaking the balls
All in all, the experience in biking was an achievement in itself. The bikers got hold of their beauties once again, and sailed back to Kathmandu, hoping for yet another memorable ride to some new destination.