WHO WE ARE
Wild Tracks is a touring company specializing in high quality adventure motorbike tours. Wild Tracks offers fully guided motorcycle tours in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and some parts of India on classic Royal Enfield 500cc bikes and Enfield Himalayan 411cc.
All our tours are carefully designed by professional, well qualified and a passionate rider Sherap Sherpa, who is also a keen photographer and an avid traveller with more than 20 years of riding experience
Our unique itineraries are designed with great attention to give you maximum fun, thrills and a riding experience of a lifetime on two wheels with support of our ever-smiling guide, driver and mechanics.
Sherap Sherpa - Tour Leader
Sherap, an arts and IT graduate and a passionate Enfield rider for more than 25 years is the proud owner of Wild Tracks Nepal who does everything such as Leading tours, Communication, Hospitality, Photography, etc. As a self styled Solo explorer and a Foodie, Sherap has travelled extensively all over Nepal, Bhutan, India and some parts of Tibet and Thailand on motorbike. Sherap (a former web and graphic designer) has a small collection of vintage motorcycles and is an avid reader.
nima dorje - assistant tour guide
Nima, a young and energetic rider accompanies most of the tours as assistant guide. He is the one who makes sure no-one is left behind or stuck due to bike issues during the tour. His sense of humour is out of this world.
NAYUM - bike doctor
Nayum Nadaf – our bike doctor who can figure out most problems with the bike just by listening to the sound. Nayum originally from India also runs a motorcycle service center in Kathmandu.
chandra tamang - our EVER smiling driver
Chandra Tamang has been with us since August 2008. His smile is infectious. A very calm and patient driver.
ram krishna - a friend & freelancer
A good friend of Sherap, an a weekend get-away country camp owner loves riding his bike. During peak season, Ram Krishna leads our tour. He is one of the few Nepalese who have travelled extensively all over Nepal and India.