An unknown rider takes his Royal Enfield Himalayan and crosses the Kusma-Gyadi bridge which happens to be the tallest suspension bridge in Nepal, a daredevil act indeed.
As far as the tagline that Royal Enfield used to advertise its adventure tourer, the Himalayan, that goes like this, ‘Built for all roads, Built for no roads’, little did Royal Enfield know one of its Himalayan customers would take it so literally. Yes, a Royal Enfield Himalayan owner has ridden his bike on Nepal’s tallest suspension bridge, named the Kusma-Gyadi bridge.
Crossing nearly 117 metres, above the Madi river, the Kusma-Gyadi bridge stands high at 135 metres and is 344 metres long. The bridge is known to offer breathtaking and spectacular views especially when the Madi river is in full flow. People who cross-by the bridge often hold onto the safety net of the bridge fearing the height, and this rider on the other hand, has crossed the bridge with his Royal Enfield Himalayan thereby displaying insane levels of audacity.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan is the most affordable adventure tourer bike one can lay their hands on at this point in time in India. The motorcycle has a large 21-inch front tyre and an 18-incher at the rear. Factor in the long travel suspension, the rugged tyres, spoked rims and the monoshock at the rear, the Himalayan is a comfortable adventure touring bike and in all sense looks one too. Royal Enfield gave it the new 411cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected mill that punches out 24.5 HP of power and 32 Nm of torque.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Adventures
– An unknown rider takes his Royal Enfield Himalayan and crosses the Kusma-Gyadi bridge in Nepal
– The Kusma-Gyadi bridge is the tallest suspension bridge in Nepal, standing at 135 metres high
– The Royal Enfield Himalayan is the first adventure tourer from Royal Enfield