If GoPro Man’s video doesn’t make you want to immediately leave on an epic adventure, you’re dead inside. Riding an average of 144 miles per day, GoPro Man rode 3,318 miles in 23 days across the Himalayas. Had he contacted KTM beforehand, the trip may have been pro bono. What a great advertisement for KTM! You have to wonder, though, if GoPro Man edited out any content of him with an exhaust pipe full of water from some of those river crossings?

“I am a different person now from the day I set out for the ride,” says GoPro Man. “So many things I learnt (sic) on the way, so many places I saw and so many people met on the road. Not very good at expressing what I feel about the ride but this one ride is going to be special for many reasons.”

Ride Details:
Day 1 : Flight to Chandigarh – Chandigarh to Bilaspur
Day 2 : Bilaspur to Manali
Day 3 : Manali to Jispa
Day 4 : Jispa to Rumtse
Day 5 : Rumtse to Leh
Day 6 : Buffer day, down with AMS, Rest
Day 7 : More rest, fixing Bike.
Day 8 : Leh to Magnetic Hill, Hall of Fame, failed attempts to Khardungla,Chuchote
Day 9 : Leh to Khardungla top to Pangong Tso
Day 10: Pangong Tso to Leh
Day 11: Leh to Upshi
Day 12: Upshi to Sarchu
Day 13: Sarchu to Manali
Day 14: Manali to New Delhi to Ambala
Day 15: Ambala to Agra, Tajmahal
Day 16: Agra to Narsingpur
Day 17: Narsingpur to Hyderabad
Day 18: Day out in Hyderabad, catch up with old friends, Biryani and Bike Service
Day 19: Hyderabad to Challakere
Day 20: Challakere to Theerthahalli to Mangalore
Day 21: Chill at home, seafood and meet friends
Day 22: Full bike service and Rest
Day 23: Final lap – Mangalore to Bangalore

  • HazardtoMyself

    Amazing. So many places to go and rides to ride. Views like this make you want to say screw everything else and just go.

    Tell Sean you found the destination for next years MO survey winner……..

  • JMDonald

    These adventures are out there for us. We need only pick up the gauntlet.