The Northeast Indian state of Sikkim is stuffed with numerous sightseeing and adventurous spots. A huge number of tourists visit this ‘Himalayan Paradise’ every year. It shares international border with Tibet in north, Bhutan in east and Nepal in west. Elevated at an average altitude of 2740 m above the sea level, Sikkim has four districts which have quite varied altitude. This kind of land undoubtedly attracts those who seek for thrill and adventure, especially the bikers.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird is popular for its easy handling, solid fuel tank, comfort and a boss-like look. With both 350cc and 500cc fuel tank, this range of RE motorbike is designed and developed for the long ride on highways and rough lands of the Himalayas.
The dashing and classy look with excellent support in the busy traffic of city-life is what Royal Enfield Classic is basically known for. It comes in various types, based on the function and fuel capacity. The most favourite of the Classic range for Sikkim trip is 350cc and 500cc.
Avenger 150/ 220
This biking giant by Bajaj is mostly favoured because of its iconic style and design, DTS-i engine, engine cooling system, wheels, comfortable seating position, handlebar that has excellent control on streets etc. Both the models with 150cc and 220cc fuel tank is suitable for Sikkim roads.
Bajaj Pulsar 150
In terms of performance based on its features, Pulsar is definitely one of the common bikes that India rides, especially for the hills and jungles. You need to explore this region of Eastern Himalayas on a bike like the Pulsar with 150cc fuel capacity, DTS-i engine, massive power and torque and so on.