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Ashish214

Hyderabad to Ladakh trip on motorcycle (2019)

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Hello,

 

I was planning to ride from Hyderabad to Ladakh in 2019. Is there any group of motorcyclists I can join who are planning the same? Or is anybody interested to have a travel companion?

 

Thanks in advance.

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