Videos tagged with "rider"
Nepal_2069_part 2__kathmandu [10:26]
Nepal is the future of Mountain Biking. Welcome to Nepal 2069 (their calendar.) Join us as we explore the Kathmandu Valley with its wide range of terrain and excellent trails. We learn from Commencal rider Tangi why and how he's spent the last 10 years living and riding in Nepal. We hear from locals why the future of mountain biking really might be found in Nepal's breathtaking mountains. Watch..... then book your ticket!
Mountain Biking in Nepal - Himalayan High [04:53]
The Mustang region in the Himalayas of Nepal is a land so beautiful, it has long been the ultimate dream for adventurers all over the world. Here, the sacred peaks of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri - shining with snow all year round, tower over the Kali Gandaki River, forming the deepest valley on the planet. Follow local rider Mandil Pradhan as he rides in the shadows of the world's highest mountains, through mystic Himalayan villages, on trails that have been trodden upon for centuries.
Nepal Road .mp4 [01:35]
If you have courage than visit Nepal Road. if you think ur good bike rider than try Nepal. u will get free non-stop highway. from east Nepal to West Nepal. If you want to show ur braveness than i guess u must visit Nepal. After one visit you will get ur answer.
Tags: nepal, visit Nepal, love Nepal, Roads of Nepal, world most dangerous road, mountain road, sharp turn, lovely Nepal, tourist plave nepal, summer vacation in Nepal, forest of Nepal, tourism in Nepal, world most beautiful country, Road (Literature Subject),
KATHMANDU KORA Cycling Challenge 2011 [07:08]
In 2011, a 16 year old boy from the UK, Maxim Jones, decided to come to Nepal to volunteer at SAMATA school, Boudha and at OCCED Orphanage, Naxal. Before he came, he had an idea to raise some funds for these two projects. In January 2011, we gave him the idea of conducting a Cycling Challenge around Kathmandu, and connect the challenge with the fund raising. It was so successful, that by the time he was in Nepal and on the trail in July, there was an amount over 4000 British Pounds waiting for him to complete the challenge. At the same time, we prepared another 16 year old rider, Shishang Lama, to also raise funds in Nepal and participate with Maxim. Eventually, Maxim and Shishang, did the challenge of around 60 kms on cycles around Kathmandu in July, supported by 35 other riders who just rode for fun. Maxim and Shishang eventually distributed over 450000 Rs to SAMATA and OCCED at the end of this event. The Challenge was conducted last year by CHAIN Bikes, supported by others of course.
Tags: Kathmandu, biking, cycling, nepal, challenge, fund-raising outdoor sports
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