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Nepal's diverse terrain is a mountain biker's dream adventure come true. Mountain biking offers an environmentally sound way of exploring this magnificent country, its landscape and living heritage. Because this is a Spartan, laborious mode of travel, it is also considered the way to travel by the 'purists'.

There are plenty of dirt roads and trails in Nepal to meet every mountain biker's wildest fantasy. Mountain biking is also recommended if you wish to explore the urban centers such as Pokhara and Kathmandu, plus the outskirts. Imagine if you will a ride through lush green rice fields, through hamlets, up and down the hillside, along the river bank, around temples, past the street roaming cattle, along the highway, through snow, monsoon downpour, wonderful light effects, or fierce head winds, depending on place and season. The adventurous souls may plan extended trips to such exotic locales as Tibet, Namche Bazaar, and western Nepal. You could even do the entire length of Nepal across the plains. What you can or cannot do on mountain bike is limited only by your imagination.

It was in the mid 1980s that Biking activity really took off in Kathmandu in the mid 1980s. Enthusiasts flew with their bikes from East Asia to Tibet to do a 2-week journey from there over the passes (17,000-ft) to Nepal. This landmark event put Nepal squarely in mountain biker's map. Thus Kathmandu today is considered a Mecca for mountain bicyclists, drawing hundreds of enthusiasts from all corners of the world every year. 
There are many more options if you are willing to take the time to find out and blaze your own trail.  

The foothills of Nepal are one of the best playgrounds to hundreds of adventurous mountain bikers. The trails offer scenic beauty as you pedal through villages, terraced rice fields, temples, monasteries, and the spectacular views of the snowy peaks of the Himalayas. 
Some of the tours:  
23 kilometers northwest of Kathmandu, it is a slow and easy ascent. The route passes through forests, waterfalls, meadows and offers a magnificent view of the valley with fresh and serene atmosphere. 
32 kilometers east of Kathmandu, it is a peaceful ride. The highway hardly sees any traffic and the view is magnificent. 
Bhaktapur-Changu Narayan 
The six-hour walk is an easy one with panoramic views of the mountains, fields and the Manohara River. There is also a small village on the eastern side of the temple.

32 km east of Kathmandu, takes around three-four hours. 
Lhasa-Plateau to Pass 
It is an another Tibet tour of 10 days that covers the classic features of Tibet and its outskirts. Designed for those with less time but still captures the classic ascent of the Khumbala (4794m), the turquoise waters of Yamdrok Tso Lake and the tranquility of the Yarlung Valley. 
This 21-day tour guarantees to be a high point - in more ways than one - in any mountain biker's life. This rugged, remote and beautiful country lies hidden behind Mt. Everest and many more of the world's highest peaks in the Great Himalayas range 
Around Kritipur 
Kirtipur is situated 6 km southwest of Kathmandu and can be reached in half an hour on bike. On reaching the main bazaar, head north uphill to the Bagh Bhairav temple which has an interesting tale. Biking further uphill, one can reach the Shiva-Parvati temple from where the view of Kathmandu Valley is splendid. Return taking southwest route and then follow a dirt road to the Adinath Lokeswar temple. 
Chobhar-Champa Devi 
Chobhar hill, situated 6 km south of Kathmandu, can be reached on bike in 15 minutes from the dirt road leading off from the Ring Road at Dhobighat. The Chobhar Gorge and the Jal Vinayak temple are situated here.

Some of the regular routes that cover the valley are those which weave in and out of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan. There are many more options if you are willing to take the time to find out and blaze your own trail.