Are you looking for motorbike rent in Nepal? Nepal Motorbike Tour can offer you any kind of motorcycle in Nepal. Bajaj Pulsar 220 is one of the motorbike in our list. Indian bike maker Bajaj has really gone in reverse from the fluid cooling and electronic fuel-infusion of its past 220cc Pulsar to an air/oil-cooled setup with a major, outdated oil cooler and a 32mm slide carburetor - however top power is up right around a kilowatt to 15kW, while torque is barely expanded at 19Nm.
However here's practically no mechanical clack and the little single revs path past its redline, running with noteworthy smoothness (because of two parity shafts) up to about 8000rpm and just start to sound somewhat worried above 9000rpm.
The skeleton is also old school, a great twofold support steel outline with double back stuns on an unraced swing-arm of curved steel tubing, however the durable 37mm forks took the bicycle wherever I pointed, though with some floundering from the back, while the basic plate brakes pulled its 151kg down successfully when required.
This motorbike has a short wheelbase (just 1350mm) and the seating position is well forward, so the handlebars are nearer than they look and the seating position very upstanding. The seat is, in any case, shockingly all around cushioned, and the Pulsar is significantly more agreeable than it looks.
Summary: This Bajaj Pulsar 220 bike is suitable for those riders who want to explore Nepal in a bike in a cheapest way. This bike is the best and cheapest bike for any kind of road. Nepal Motorbike Tour offers this bike for city area or lowland. For off road we have Royal enfield Himalayan, CrossX and other bikes too.
Price: $30 per day
220cc air/oil-cooled four-stroke single.Power:
15kW at 8500rpm.Torque:
19Nm at 7000rpm.Starting:
Cable-operated multiplate wet clutch.Front brakes:
260mm disks with Bybre twin-piston floating calliper.Rear brake:
230mm disc with Bybre single-piston floating calliper.Front tyre:
15 liters.Top speed (measured):
127km/h.Fuel consumption (measured):
4.1 liters per 100km.
Cost: $25 per day USD