We are established more than 35 years ago as a ‘Motorcycle repairing center’, Later on we registered our company as a Motorbike rent and tour company in Nepal.
Mr. Babu Raja Dangol started working in motorcycle repairing center in Thamel, Kathmandu in 1987 and still working as a mechanic in City Motorbike. His favorite bike is Honda CG125, he still got the same bike. Mr. Dangol travels to various parts of Nepal with motorbike such as Pokhara, Muktinath,Chitwan, daman, Nuwakot, Lumbini and many more.
Mr. Buddha Ratna started working in a motorcycle repairing center in Thamel, Kathmandu in 1992 and still working as a mechanic cum guide for City Motorbike. City Motorbike is their family's business. Before, they only motorcycle repairing then they expanded to give new service like motorbike rental as well as motorbike tour at the same place in Thamel. Buddha is experienced in motorbike trip in various parts of Nepal such as Manang, Mustang, Pokhara, Lumbini, Chitwan, Janakpur, Khotang, Sworgadwari, Nuwakot and Jomsom.
from Bangladesh, December 2018
"The best adventure in my life I ever had"
Timing and Organisation was perfect
from Great Britain, November 2018
"9 British bikers in Nepal"
City Motorbike Tours provided a 'Once in a Lifetime' tour in Nepal for 9 riders, ranging from 49-67 yrs old.
From the initial emails, to airport pick-up, booking in to the first hotel, test riding the Royal Enfields, evening meals at good restaurants, ensuring we all had drinks all day, every day, carrying and transferring luggage each day, checking continually we were all happy, guiding us each day, 4x4 support vehicle following us, explaining land marks, history, cultures and religions, servicing bikes and general attentiveness... it really couldn't have been a much better experience.
In what is a quite poor and undeveloped country, City Motorbike ensured we had fairly high quality accommodation along the route. Don't expect Western 5* standards, but for Nepal it was very good and far better than we had all expected.
The route was quite tough on the Royal Enfields (and I am a 100% off-road Enduro rider), but everyone managed (often much to their own surprise)... but that made the whole experience even more fulfilling.
This particular 6 day trip from Katmandu to Muktinath and back is not for the faint hearted, and certainly not for people who are unfit or have never been off-road... as even the semi-tarmac sections should be classed as off-road, with pot-holes, random rocks, pedestrians, cows and vehicles (expect pretty much any person, bike, car, bus, lorry to come at any direction at any time). But all those crazy things just make it an utterly amazing experience.
from United Arab Emirates, October 2018
"Great trip friendly help guides"
Professional fun tour. Everything we expected and more. Awesome routes and trails
We have rented three bikes for a period of 8 days to go to Annapurna Conservation Area. Driving through the city, mountains and small villages was an amazing (dusty) experience. I really wanna thank the bro's at City Motorbike for the advice, service and delivering good maintained bikes:) ! The next time I'm visiting Nepal - I will rent bikes again at your place!
Faiyaz Maruf Malaysia
Recently, in early May 2017, a group of 13 people went to Nepal and done motorbike ride from Kathmandu to Muktinath (Lower Mustang). My bike (Royal Enfield Classic 350) was rented from City Motorbike and I had really good fun as the bike did an excellent job while riding off road (unmade road). Our group journey were coordinated by the local travel agency known as Scenic Nepal Treks and Holidays Destination Travel and Trekking Pvt. Ltd. lead by Dipendra Phuyal. Thank you Dipendra and City Motorbike (for my bike).
I was renting the scooter with City Motorbike for a week. They offer quality services: I received a new model, a safe helmet (that actually fits well) and all the necessary documentation was available. They even put in a raincoat and a cloth to wipe off all the dust and water. They were available the whole day. Despite I had to hand in the passport - which i personally do not prefer - it is highly recommended.
We rented bikes for the few days we were in Kathmandu and it added an element of freedom to our trip. The people here were so friendly and the bikes were in great condition. The cost was very reasonable. It was a bit hard to find, but definitely worth a little bit of patience in looking for it.