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Thread: Ahmedabad's Bike-O-Grapher Leaves for LEH

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    Talking Day 1 to 6 -trip log of a solo rider who got many new friends on the way to LEH

    Day 1
    Ahmedabad- Delhi (by train)

    Loaded blade & myself on Ashram Express with help of Ayaz bhai and Rutvij Acharya.
    It was a tough time to load the bike as the fellow was not familiar with wrapping a fared bike, and we left the saddle bag and jerry can on the bike for easier unloading. This move was not approved by the railway rules, and hence after the bike got packed, we had to remove the packing partially to remove the jerry can and saddle bag out as per the railway rules. Again a tough time for me to carry the heavy saddle bag, tank bag, jerry can, riding gears, my shoulder bag with my DSLR and Laptop( yeah I did take one).
    Paid 1550, for the bike parcel charges as he charged 2.5 Quital load=250kg, minimum load as per the in-charge also had to bribe him for another shining Gandhi note to get the bike on the same train with me.
    Didnt have any choice in that so paid him, got the bike loaded. Mean while got the tent for rent from a business man friend of mine. It was a nice deal for a Dream tripcamping in the wild alone with my bladeanother wild adventure in my trip. Got some snacks after getting my luggage to platform, and much of tension ceased after checking the status of bike loaded to the train safely. Time had come to bid adieu to Ahmedabad for the dream leh trip as the train started to move.


    Day2
    Delhi Chandigargh-Mandi

    Ashram Express reached Delhi DLI station by about 10.40am, just close to its scheduled time of arrival. I took all my luggage, a huge task considering the load on my hands and number of bags. Also I had to look out for my bike, marched to the front & found the bike was not there, so kept my luggage near parcel counter & ran to the rear end to find two guys pushing my bike towards measked-em for any damage or issues, then showed the custodian the receipt. Again it was run time for me to fetch the gatepass. They handed over me the bike to push almost a kilometer out of station, mounted the saddle bag , pushed the bike out and mounted the jerry can assembly. Now petrol, as I know its illegal to carry petrol in trains, I had to push bike further 20m ahead and fill the petrol I had in a 2 liter Pepsi bottle with me.
    I sincerely thanked and paid the old man -helper guy who was with me all time helping me with luggage and pushing the bike. Got refreshed with a nimbu Soda and geared up myself, loaded the tank bag, took almost 30-40 mins to get all stuff sorted just to start the bike which I was longing for the moment I stepped out of the train.
    Next task- Find the nearest Petrol Bunk to fill petrol, found one in next 3-4 kms where filler guy tried to trick with the previous reading(non zero), which I had caught and later made him bill for 620..checked air pressure, now got to rush out to the ring road out of Delhi..(odo 11428 km)

    First 1 hour of full blown awesome ripping from outer Delhi ring road to Panipat- NH1 (North South corridor) was splendid tarmac, where I cruised at average speed more than 110kmph making most of the car drivers feel jealous. .After Panipat my speed dropped owing to many diversions in NH1
    Reached Ambala before 16:00 hours and Chandigarh (odo 11677km) by 16:30 only even after tough rip ride for almost 3hours, in spite starting at 12.42 from ring road..
    Shot off to find the road to Manali and the city is confusing for almost everyone, including its residents too after that I got opposite directions to head to Mandi from few guys on the road side
    At last found the road sign, again ripped for some time, later at the entry point to the Manali road found a few Leh return riders, signaled two guys to stop, thankfully they did. The 2 guys gave warm and encouraging report about the weather & what to expect.After this meet I headed straight to a tea shop to get a strong tea to get my brains n body some juice to feed on, after all I was surviving on a nimbu soda n few chocolates till now.
    After this I found another leh rider from nashik, a solo rider, but was slow to keep sticking to him as he sais he is going to halt when it turns dark which was not as my schedule. So I ripped even in ghats as I need to get to Mandi the atleast that day.
    Reached Mandi at 21:30, found a room for 300 ( nothing much to say- just a room), took a very needed shower, had dinner, and typed in the important details in my lappy.

    pic before reaching mandi



    Day 3
    Mandi Manali-Rohtang- Gramphoo- night camping at Chathdu (on the way to Spiti Valey).


    Woke up at 5:15, got a short shower, got prepared, took a chocolate & a doze of glucose down to keep me hydrated. Loaded the bike with my luggage ( getting used to carrying my saddle all the way around)..
    It took me almost 30-35 minutes to start of after loading and getting my bike out of the hotel reception- yes I did keep the bike inside the hotel reception, thankfully they allowed that along with another bullet.
    Started off to Manali, few minutes before 6am. The view was very welcoming, greenery all around, super smooth tarmac except very few patches, the road lead to Manali and I cruised normally at 70 plus and reached manali in a matter of 100 minsAlthough it was 110 kms from mandi and said to take 3 hours min, I reached manali town before 8, where I inquired about the permission from the SDM office to get to cross Rohtang pass. There I had to wait till 10 am to get permission, so had enough time to have a nice break-fast and get the gumboots which I forgot to get. There I happened to meet a Navy officer on his way to manali on a TBTS, he too got gumboots with me, a good deal for steel tipped gumboots for 400 with the help of a local guy happen to be a guide.




    It took me more than an hour to get the permission and by about 11 I was ready to climb Rohtang, where the traffic was getting hot and roads getting muddy due to initial showers and snow melting. The climb was good, and took short breaks to click the pics of the valley with my mobile as taking the cam out demanded a bigger halt time.

    Reached Rohtang after crossing the muddy patch and crowded parking place where almost every 4 wheeler was stuck due to miss aligned parking confusion. The part of confusion was being cleared by the police, where as a few bikers pushed along the narrow passageSo finally on top of Rohtang la, with many other riders, a group from Punjab with yellow ribbon on head was also with me. I was chatting with a few of them, was searching for my mobile.
    That moment I got the shock of my life, mobile is missing from the water proof pocket in jacketL.. It was brand new Galaxy S3, which cost more than an arm length for me and just 3days old. I was shaken up so badly, where the Punjabi Jat guys tried to cheer, I dint have any hope to find it on the way back even if I tried to go back and find it on roadFinally tried to search whole of jacket, found something hard on the mesh vent of jacket, where used to put chocolate toffees for easy accessibility.
    I was delighted to see the S3 again and the smile grew back on my face. Bid adieu to my Punjabi pals and found another group of Bulleteers, in which I found an unknown colleague of mine too, from Gujarat.
    They were excited to get to Leh soon, but I mentioned my plan to hit spiti valley first. We reached Gramphoo before 13.00 hours, and I took a detour on the right to Spiti valley from there. A few minutes of ride took me to the place where valley opens, the scenic view was breathtaking and I took a photo break to capture the beauty. Mean while I had stopped a sumo coming from spiti valley to inquire about the road conditions which seemed very poor in the initial stretch. As per the driver road was bad, but the passenger an old lady and guy advised me not to travel alone as the nala or streams crossing the road having a gushing current of cold water and in case I slip and fall it would be tough without any help to get out. So I waited for another vehicle, luckily a sumo came on the way, asked the driver to keep me in his rear view mirrors n proceeded further. After crossing first 2-3 streams, I met a contractor and a bulldozer cleaning the debris off the road of the land slide that might have happened overnight. Asked him also the condition of road & proceeded. After this a shard right turn with full mud and loose soil, I dint expect this and braked hard and lost my grip to fall down, first of the trip.





    I tried my best to get the bike upright but in vain I found myself drenched in sweat, so called out for help & found few youth doing some clearing work on the road, they rushed for my help. With them I somehow managed to climb on top of bike, and deiced to turn back, & no solo adventure required.
    On my way back to Gramphoo met two young bullet riders, they stopped me to ask about the route, found they were planning to camp at chandratal, which seemed to be a good adventure. I too had a tent with me, so camping with them wud be fun and a wild adventure of its own. Got along with the two shimla riders, Varun and Amit on C500s. At the next stream crossing the road which I had earlier crossed without hassle I lost my grip and fell on my left drenching the tank bag. Few more bulleteers going to gramphoo also stopped to help me get up. I realized that Im loosing energy at alarming rate. Next stream was a big one and had to take caution to cross as I had crossed this one twice, yet again got stuck at the middle on a rock and lost my balance heavily due to lack of energy to hold the bike vertical.
    This fall took away my right RVM L, so I was cursing myself so badlyafter this crossing I took the bottle of cold coffee with me to re-energize myself. After this I was pretty boosted with confidence to ride again. We stopped in between at many streams which seems big for a bike to cross and it was evening time, so the water rushing down the stream was on the high. We decided only one bike crossing at a time and others wud stand back to help if the bike gets stuck. Yep that strategy found its most use when the first bull got stuck and needed a push, second was my turn and third the loaded bull with carrier.



    We crossed the bigger streams where trucks waded though by keep full throttle to prevent water entering the silencer.
    Before chathdu we found a plain place where we planned to rest, finally decided to camp there for the night as it was getting late and streams water was damn cold and water levels were very high. We had a nice morain like valley half green patch of grass, then the rocky, leading to the river front.
    Setting up both tents took some time, its time to get something hot, so my co camper guys took out there stove- Mitty ka TEL pump stove using kerosene, we made (actually they did) Pulavu with onion oil from Wye Wye noodles packet, rice and dal. I dint have one mug to have the food, so cut open a pepsi bottle in half with the swiss knife to use as mug. The other part can be used as a funnel.

    After the hot meal, we took some time off to rest inside the tent. Sleeping bags were so comfy and heating inside the down feather sleeping bag was so soothing for me, cold air blown into the valley. At dusk time we could here the whistle sound by the shepherds to gather round their flock of sheep and goats from the mountainous green patches. The view of sun setting in to the valley was breath taking. I wished to stay like that for some more days in company of my friends.

    Day 4

    Ride to Bathal and then to Chandratal.

    We got up folded the tent loaded the bikes and then started the ride to Bathal by about 8.00 am reached there in about 9.00 had tea , talked with few guys and foreigners we met at the Dhaba there.

    It was delighted to know that the camping at chandratal was awesome from the foreigners who trekked all the way to the lake from the pass.
    We got the bull the fuel it needed from there though it was tad expensive, but we were delighted to find some even at that price. Now it was time for us to ride and explore the Glacial lake of Chandratal. Shot off to the diversion that pointed 12 kms ahead to chandratal from the other path leading to the spiti valley road to Kaza. The road was nonexistent, it was sandy rocky patch with sharp gravel and chisel like rocks and the final upward slope was so sandy that one cannot open the visor and ride following another vehicle be it a bike. Got to the parking place where the vehicle entry limit to chadratal, talked with few guys who were already there. A bunch of Punjabi guys on a Mahindra Thar, a crew from Israel, few families and a gang of bachelors from Banglore. We ordered for a super strong coffee for each of us and took our own time to relax. I was all set to explore, but my camping buddies went to take a look at the lake, so waited for em. Now it was time for us to set up the tents, so unloaded all the luggage, found a nice plain area to set up the tents. Cleaned the area, made the tents one by one, unloaded all the luggage in them, locked it and took the cam, tripod & water bottles out. We then went along the northern edge of the lake to see the glacier end from the top of the hill.



    The climb was steep but it was worth the effort as the view was refreshing and soothing. The most beautiful lake I have ever seen in my life. Chandratal, you are awesome beauty on earth, true sculpture by the creator.
    There we started clicking the best of the shot, with mobile, cam, my DSLR, got the cam loaded to tripod, set up the counter weight as it was windy out at the top. The Nikon remote was handy to click some good shots, both action and scenic ones with all three guys. Then after shooting each and every corner, we slowly took the way down.

    Slowly we reached the steep side of the lake and rested to enjoy the view, where I sat down to enjoy the toffee I had in my pocket, where as my companion guys took a break to light the cigar.



    Then we headed slowly to sandy side of the lake where earlier few families were enjoying the view.

    We were delighted to get the whole lake to our own as every one else left leaving the lake for us to enjoy. We three plunged our hands in to the cold water to feel the same, keeping the cam in record mode.





    Then after that we did some chit chat, and I started to shoot the interval shots in my cam to capture the cloud movement.

    I waited till 5.30 to get some nice shots in the evening sun, and we could see some trekkers from shimla.


    me in my riders jacket- floater as boots were damn heavy for a trek after tiring ride.

    Slow retreat to the tent where the dinner was already in preparation, veg pulao, the smell was yummy enough. We got to check the bikes, got some cold drinks and got back to the tent to gorge down the pulao.

    The night sky was so calm & dark, but the wind was quite chilling. This time I did manage to get some nice long exposure shots and made some crazy light paintings of the tents with campers.




    After the long shots, we had a nice sleep.

    Day5.

    Ride to reach Sarchu from Chandratal.


    We all got up packed the tents and loaded the luggage on the bikes, warmed up the bulls too.
    After that we settled our account of food and beverage to the small cafeteria there.


    As we were about to start few minutes before 8, one of the bull showed signs of starting trouble, this was even after it was warmed up earlier. This left the option to jump start, so we to got down and pushed the other bull to start it this way. Tried our best in all the loops down to the northface camps, but in vain. So the bull rider Varun decided to open up the spark plug n see the condition. Both side had more carbon deposits, cleaned, refitted, the bull would start for few seconds and then stalls. Again, we had another bull with us, so removed one sparkplug from the other bull and fitted in the first one. Voila, the bull roared out and we are set to kiss good bye to the glacial lake. So we moved in the earlier formation with me tailing as I was slow on this terrain compared to the bulls. We reached bathal in few minutes time, dint take any rest there as we knew the streams cutting the road wud be waiting for us. Then comes the first stream, crossed it with much ease, may be because of the experience we had before. Then the second, third, and we lost count as the number of streams we passed got more deeper and th flow fiercer, with icy cold water. Then we got the idea to shoot video of the bikes wading through them over taking the big four wheelers. Mean while many of the cougar motor sport stickered Suvs crossed our path in the other direction heading to spiti valley. We shot few videos of the bull and the Ceber crossing the streams.video's wud be posted in few days time
    The ride till gramphoo was slow but steady with very less halts other than at the streams waiting for the last one(mostly me) to cross safely. Grapmhoo had a small caf/ restaurant, which served hot noodles, coffee and rice meals. We ordered for some delicious food, where Amit wanted to check the performance of my ceber, so he took her to the high grounds to the rohtang la. Varun and myself was busy copying the photos from each others cam and mobile using my laptop. After the meal we took some time off to rest our tired limbs and back as the ride, though only 60 odd kms, was back breaking and the best of off- roading my blade had ever experienced.

    It was time to say good bye to my camping buddies, it was my best camping experience, and I learned a lot more from you guys, would never forget this one. Asked them to keep in touch, as they wished a safe and happy journey for me. They took the turn to rohtang, where as I headed straight to Leh, with an aim to reach atleast Sarchu by dark.
    Gramphoo to Kokhsar, Tandi was a very short ride of hardly 50 kms, found the petrol bunk and topped the ceber tank to the brim ( the bunk guy did this and was superb idea- Dint have to fill her till LEH- i.e 370 plus km range).
    I wanted to get my cebers con-set tightened as it felt little loose for me, so found the mechanic and asked him to tighten the same, he did it and took a small test ride for me to check the vital status too.
    Paid him and started off to find the beauty of the road leading to Leh. Reached Keylong before 4 and the roads were getting a little narrow after this , with truck traffic on the rise, again few streams crossing the roads, but was nothing compared with the spiti valley route. Then the small town settlement named Jispa, where I could find tented accommodations and few hotels with rooms to rent board on the road side. After Jispa the roads were smooth though narrow, but I got time to cruise at a good speed and reached Darcha. Darcha to Sarchu was getting tougher ride to me as the sun was ready to set, and road conditions seemed very poor till I reached Baralacha La at a height of 16500ft. Here I tried to inquire about the nearest town where I could find some accommodation, so got info about few guest house in bharatpur few kms downhill, so headed down incase if couldnt make it to Sarchu before dusk.

    Slowly the road conditions bettered and came to a smooth tarmac level and my speed picked up graciously, so covered bharatpur before 7 and headed straight to Sarchu where I got the first view of tented settlements. Found a bunch of bulleteers in one such, but din stop there as I wanted to see the road sign Sarchu to make myself believe that I had reached Sarchu. This was a nice decision as I moved further forward about 5-6 kms, where I found few guys from Haryana was talking to get tented accommodation. So I too joined them to inquire about the same, as per info from one of em, headed straight to the tents right across, after the bridge and near to the sign board showing the distance to Leh and other places. The tent we ( myself and the 5 haryanvi guys) opted was the big one with 8 beds, pretty good deal for a bed charged at 150. We all got settled down and luggage taken inside the tent.
    I came to know that 2 of the guys had trouble crossing the pass and had taken medical aid and O2 supply. I ushered them to hydrate themselves and few other tips I had got from my BMC training at HMI,Darjeeling. It was time to rest, so skipped dinner, took some glucose dose and slept.
    The wind was heavy and at times I felt the tent would fly away.

    Day 6

    Sarchu- Gata loops-Nakee La- Lachung La- Pang- Moore plains- Tanglang La- Upshi- Leh (finally)

    Got up at 6.30, got freshened, was stil lazy, got a good strong coffee from the Didis restaurant and ordered for a hot breakfast aloo parotha.
    We started in groups of 3 after initial dilemma of the Haryana group, got inspired by the bulleteer gangs and a solo lady rider with a teddy bear on the bull.
    We moved on slowly and the gata loops started to get interesting, by each turn. The dazzler guy from the group reached along with me, and we two started to take the corners with ease, I was waiting for others to catch up in between, and got the unicorn rider also along in our race to get to Nakee la where I stopped to take some shots.
    Then moved on to reach the second pass Lachung la, where the roads were pretty good, but the heavy truck traffic slowed us down heavily.
    After this the downside to the valley was tough as the road condition worsened. Atlast reached the valley and waited at the caf to get a hot cup of black tea. There got to know many more riders, cyclists from banglore, bulleteers foreigners, biker group from Goa and Maharastra, 60kmph from apnu Gujarat and many more.
    After the short conversation, I started my climb to get to the plateau called the Moore plains at a height of 15400 ft. The climb was steep and road condition was pretty worse, but it slowly got better. At one stage the road was cruise ready tarmac, mean while I caught up with the Haryanvi group again on the way. We were cruising at a good 3 digit speed suddenly the road disappeared and horizontal bumpy road was there to welcome us. This ride was back breaking as u get to ride though horizontal strips formed as a result of cutting the old road and was tough to get balance as it was full of gravel and rock piece as sharp as a chisel. At times the road(so called one with rough patch) was blocked and we had to take off road into a feet deep mud and truck tire paths which is so deep enough to burry my whole bike wheel. Many times I had to use full throttle and my legs together to gush out of the sandy patch. Here trailing behind any bike of vehicle was disastrous as ones visibility would be limited to blind level coz of the sand storm evolving form the tires.

    I could see the taxis and big traveler drivers taking the complete off road path and leaving the road for the fun and better speed inspite of the sandy or muddy trail. Off road was good for bikes but chances of a fall are more so I had to limit my speed and stick to the road though it was bumpy and tough. A few bullet riders were on the road side waiting for their company vehicle a gypsy to get the air pump to fill up there tires with much needed air. We pushed off the moore plains with much pain and difficulty, and was relieved to find the end of bad roads as we started to climb the third highest pass in the world


    Tanglang La at a height of 17582ft.

    Getting there was a tough time as in between the road condition worsened. Again found another bullet rider and his companions waiting to get some help to get the front tire puncture rectified. The 60kmph gang from Gujarat guys was there to help them out.
    We guys so rushed out to reach Tanglang La and waited there for about 30 minutes for our colleagues. At last we decided to move on and wait for others at Upshi. So now it was time for us to ride again after a brisk break the pass and some time to click pics. Biking down was pretty easy as the roads were impressive , yet there were bad patches that would make us go dead slow. Border road organization did some impressive job here clearing the debris of a land slide within few minutes. BRO road signs were a pleasure to read as they humorously conveyed the message many times.
    We reached Upshi before 5 and waited there for others to catch up. Ordered few snacks and munched them in as we spoke of the rides, life etc etc.. At this time I got a message from Ayaz bhai informing that Sudeep, Sunny and Maitrey are already in Leh and to get in touch with them. Mean while got a message and call from Maitrey too. So I informed him about my status and told them I would catch them up and reserve a room for me in their hotel itself. This news very delighting to me as I got my Gujju gang company in Leh which I dint expect in any way. I was planning to meet them on the last few days stay at leh as that would be the time I had expected them at Leh after their mega trip via HP to Leh.



    It was getting late for me to reach Leh, so informed the same to the Harayan group and slowly proceeded to move to leh by 6.20pm. Leh road was super tarmac with few twisties and I was cruising comfortably at 80-90kmph. 50 kms to leh was easily covered in less than an hours time. I called sunny as I had reached 5km to Leh road sign and reached the Leh circle where sunny was waiting for me. Delighted to see him, started off to the hotel soon.


    Unloaded every part of the luggage from bike and with help from the trio, got to the room, a lovely spacious one..
    After this sunny and me rushed to get petrol refilled in my bike as we planned to go to nubra valley the next day which got changed later to pangong tso lake. Got the bike topped up to brim after a tough queue for petrol at the leh Bunk. Rushed back to hotel to grab other guys to get some dinner and time was running out. I dint have any idea to skip a meal so moved out with sunny as others had some snacks and was retiring to bed early. Sunny and me rushed to the market side to find a good restaurant and an ATM after that.
    After Dinner we had a small chat and showed the pics I had shot from chandratal, they showed their Sach pass endeavors.
    It was almost time to retire to bed. Next day we got to ride to one of the most scenic salt water lakes surrounded by high peaks of Himalayas.

    A crazy Pangong Tso bikers shot- day 7 and rest -coming soon
    "you may delay, but time will not.."

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    Awesome pics.. Keep it Coming....
    Pride & Prejudice: Ladakh Ride,

    Ride To Raajmachi - Highway, Off Roading, Tent fire & Dhamaal

    Madness in Rajasthan - Travelogue


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    Awesome pics bro, specially the long shots and the light paintings.

    Waiting eagerly for the rest of the log

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