Karad Patan Range - Dategad, Gunwantgad, Vasantgad, Macchindragad, Sadashivgad
ROAD TRIP - MUMBAI TO TIRUPATI VIA HAMPI
An awesome bike trip 13 days 3000kms ...... home state welcomed me with rains and home city with much much more .... was so thrilled .... a trip that took me thru ancient temples dating 1000 of years.... to the great monolithic Nandi ..... buddhist stupas ..... dense jungles to see a peacock dancing impressing his mate ... scaled the hills .... drank the mountain stream .... dark caves where bats reside .... underground shiva temple .... bath at the conjunction of the two rivers .... to some off-roading .... played hide and seek with the rains ... lost track to the vegetation like hansel and gretel..... been chased away by the fog ... to the curious villagers ... and lots more ..... thanks to lord a trip worth remembering for years to come...
BEACH PLEASE! Ganapatipule- Malgund.
A Roadtrip to Konkan via Heaven!
Goa – A Land of Churches and Culinary Delights
One Life To Ride: Accepting the challenge of Saddle Sore 1000
Mumbai Bangalore - Road trip II
Average speed – 83kms/hr Average temp (outside car) – 34*C Average temp (inside car) – 20*C Toll tax paid – 698/- (one way) Road used – Panvel à Khopoli à Khandala à Wakad àKhothrud à Pune à Satara à Karad à Kolhapur à Belgaum à Hubli à Chittadurgaa à Tumkur à Bangalore Imp Tips:- Ø Leave early in the morning from Mumbai....
Weekend Trip to Chiplun
Road Trip - Sahyadris and the Sea
Riding solo – Mumbai Goa Mumbai
Finally day 1 – All set to go with all the bike accessories in place – headphones & fav soundtracks playlist – leg guard- gloves- riding jacket – all because of my super awesome friends who were as excited as I was – the journey began – the route for the day was Starting from Mumbai – Panvel – Kolad – Dapoli & a halt at Dapoli – approx. 240 kms – approx. 5 hrs – can be achieved very easily The starting patch is not that great ..but afterwards you won’t feel like getting off the bike – its beauty – dapoli is also a very beautiful place – I have stayed at Karad beach – there are quite a few hotels just in front of the beach – the beach is a silent n clean & calm beach – not much people – the sea itself is very calm – but the view is amazing – one who loves reading – u can just sit here & read for hours – not a that developed place – but good accommodation facilities are der – but you don’t have any activities to do ....