Mumbai to Delhi by motorcycle in May/June
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#16
| In charge, navel affairs
Between May and July, I would prefer the hills anytime.. Himalayas, though, as Vaibhav said earlier (I think), you need considerably above average (Indian average!) driving skills.

But that is because the heat would kill me. You may be much better at handling that, so can't be sure.
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#17
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Originally posted by: RahulDeva View Post

Officially Buying a bike in Mumbai and selling it in delhi isn't difficult. It's impossible as both have different registering authorities. And any particular reasons for doing Mumbai Delhi when there are many other circuits starting from both Mumbai as well as Delhi? Also mention the time of your visit to get a better advice on weather


The registering authorities aren't a concern. To sell in Delhi the seller has to obtain an NOC from Mumbai with the buyers info already provided. So find a buyer before starting from Mumbai, or send the bike back for an NOC, but if that's an option, why not just sell the bike in Mumbai itself?

Aside from that I don't think tourists can actually buy vehicles. I think that has been discussed before on the forum.
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#18
| Maha Guru Member
Maybe arranging to rent a bike would be the better option. I can see the appeal of buying for a trip lasting many months, but for just 14 days?

If a one way rental is not possible, maybe some arrangement could be made to return the bike to Mumbai by train, through a shipping agent, or as an insured cargo item? (I have often seen motorbikes carried in the goods vans of trains, suitable wrapped in sacking. :D )

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#19
| Maha Guru Member

Originally posted by: thejag View Post

The registering authorities aren't a concern. To sell in Delhi the seller has to obtain an NOC from Mumbai with the buyers info already provided. So find a buyer before starting from Mumbai, or send the bike back for an NOC, but if that's an option, why not just sell the bike in Mumbai itself?

Aside from that I don't think tourists can actually buy vehicles. I think that has been discussed before on the forum.


The whole process is more difficult and time consuming than it sounds. been there and done that.
#20
| search is on
Do the Ladakh trip on a rented bike. Two weeks would be ideal for that.

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