WHERE WE HAVE BEEN SO FAR…
It is more than 7100 km behind us. Get to know our story.
Our women only Motorbirds trips started in 2016. I chose India and Himalaya as the first destination. These were truly amazing trips that proved that the Motobirds project was worth any effort and should be continued.
These Motobirds trips were unique and had a special kind of vibe. In 2017 we have returned to Himalaya but also set off to Kyrgyzstan. We wanted to see how impressive the Tien Shan mountains are. The region left us speechless because of its beauty.
FOURTH MOTOBIRDS ADVENTURE – HIMALAYA, INDIA
August 2017. Eight motorbirds sets off to India, Himalaya. The adventure begins and ends in Leh. We ride on classic Royal Enfield Himalaya, the Indian enduro motorbike. The roads split between tarmac and gravel. We discover the most beautiful Buddhist temples in the region.
THIRD MOTORBIRDS ADVENTURE – KYRGYZSTAN
July 2017. Eleven motorbirds sets off to Kyrgyzstan. The adventure begins and ends in Bishkek. We are aiming for distant and rarely visited regions and Tien Shan mountains. This is a demanding off-road ride thus we travel on light motorbikes. Our accommodation is mostly tents and yurts. Our equipment and support car is all we have. This route was challenging to each one of us.
SECOND MOTORBIRDS ADVENTURE – HIMALAYA, INDIA
August 2016. This is a second “Motorbirds” adventure, eight brave girls sets off to Himalaya. The journey begins in Leh and ends in Manali. We discover Buddhist world of Ladakh. We travel over the highest pass in the world – Khardung La ( and a few others located 5000 meters above sea level). It’s a tarmac-gravel trip. High attitude is challenging to every one of us.
FIRST MOTORBIRDS ADVENTURE – HIMALAYA, INDIA
August 2016. The every first inaugural Motorbirds’ adventure begins, group is eleven girls big. Our aim is ambitious – India, the Himalaya. The journey begins in Manali and ends in Leh. We will cover 1700 km of gravel roads leading us through Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh. On our way we visit lesser know valleys of Lahaul and Spiti. Most of the route is off-road. We have to deal with high attitude through days and night ( highest camp at 4600m) The most exciting moment was ride on the highest pass enabled for traffic – Khardung La. This is an amazing adventure and a great start of the Motobirds project.