5 Exciting Places Near Delhi For Bike Trips

26/09/2019 By

What comes to your mind whenever you hear the word bike trip or road trip? Without any doubt, a picture of a road trip to Leh Ladakh pops up in our mind for a flick of a second. But certainly, a bike trip to Leh Ladakh is definitely one of the most challenging yet an unforgettable experience in the life of any person who has been on it. Delhi to Leh-Ladakh Bike trip can be taken only by those who are experienced bike riders and are ready to overcome all the hurdles that come up in their stride. If you wish to take a road trip nearby Delhi then the below rundown can help you choose your next bike trip destination around Delhi that can be covered over the weekend and thereby offering you an exciting yet enthralling experience with everlasting memories that you can cherish forever. 

  • Bike trip to Jaipur (7-hour ride from Delhi)

Jaipur ‘The Pink City’ is at a distance of around 269 km from the capital. This place certainly comes in the list of must-visit places for road trips around Delhi NCR. It is one of the most preferred and famous destinations for tourists all around the globe. The road condition is not that good. On your way, you will come across quite a few numbers of famous dhabas like Bajwa ka Dhaba and Highway Kingthese are good dhabas on your way where you can eat what you want. If you have a thing for trying delectable food, they might head out of Jaipur on Sikar Road and try the food at Sharma Dhaba at Sikar Road.

  • Bike Trip To Sariska National Park, Alwar

This is one of the most famous short trips or weekend getaways near Delhi. Sariska is one of the most renowned Tiger Reserve housing many endangered species alongside Alwar. Besides having a glimpse at its adventurous side, the city has got to offer spectacular architectural grandeur. The distance from Delhi is 157 km and is around a 5 hours bike ride. Owing to the construction of flyovers, the ride may not be as smooth for a short part of your trip. You will come across food joints like Haldiram’s and Pind Balluchi on your way to relish a wholesome meal. 

  • Bike trip to Agra

A bike trip to the city of love via the magnificent Yamuna Express Highway should certainly be on your bucket list. The journey in itself is so beautiful and indeed a treat to the eyes. Once you reach Agra you can visit the Taj Mahal and other beauteous yet architectural places in the city. Don’t forget to eat the famous ‘Agra ka petha’ and also jalebi and bidaai if you have a sweet tooth. The distance from Delhi is about 202 km and can be covered easily in around 3 hours 40 minutes

  • Bike Trip To Mussorie

If you couldn’t go for a bike trip to Ladakh or Spiti Valley, don’t get disheartened, you still have the opportunity to go the ‘Queen of Hills’ i.e Mussorie. Driving amidst the most pleasant weather with greenery and cool breeze all around is so much pleasing and satisfying. Apart from the dramatic landscapes and picturesque views you can discover various cute cafes in Mussorie like Cafe Ivy, Little Llama Cafe, Chick Chocolate, etc. and also experience cable car rides and river rafting. If you have time then you can also visit Dhanalti, Gun hill point, Company Garden and Kempty Falls.

  • Bike trip to Chandigarh+Kasauli/Shimla

Chandigarh adjudged as the ‘The City Beautiful’ has certainly got a lot of things to be explored. It is also regarded as the most planned city and is a great option for a weekend getaway near Delhi. Chandigarh has definitely got a lot to offer endless lush green trees, pleasant weather, and spectacular attractions. The distance from Delhi is around 244 km and it takes around 5 hours to reach Chandigarh. If you are planning to stay for more days then you can go for a daycation to either Kasauli or Shimla to experience the pleasant weather and cool breeze amidst the magnificent hills.

You can hire a bike on rent in Delhi of your choice and go on your bike trip. The trend for bike rentals in Delhi is evolving day by day and riders tend to ride on their choice of hot wheels to their most favourite Bike trip destinations. So, what are you waiting for? Go and pack your stuff and get ready for your next bike trip.