This will make you a tad icky… but check out this pretty brave biker on a Royal Enfield Himalayan as he traverses one of the tallest and longest suspension bridges in Nepal. 

The Kushma-Gyadi suspension footbridge in Nepal is perched 384 feet high, and stretches 1,128 feet across – offering amazing views of the Madi River. It’s generally used by locals to cross from one side of the river to the other (on foot) – but a bloke on a motorcycle thought he’d make the most of the shortcut, riding across the bridge on his 2017 Royal Enfield Himalayan.


We’re not quite sure how he gained permission to ride across the footbridge, but the locals he meets on his journey across don’t seem to be particularly fazed, stepping aside to let him through. Out in Nepal, it would appear that riding a motorcycle over a 100 metre suspension bridge that barely has enough room for two pedestrians to walk across is nothing special.

What do you reckon? Would you ride it?

Ross Mowbray
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