Price list: 8 best mountain bikes in Nepal in September 2021
The growing popularity of dirt bikes in Nepal is more visible than ever. At present, there are many existing and new companies in the race to bring dirt bikes to the Nepalese market. Back then, people only had a few options to choose from, and off-road motorcycles were priced quite high.
The scenario has now changed a lot; people now have several options to choose from and the price has also been made more affordable. Power settings on bikes are made to make them more affordable. In addition, the bikes are made as a supermotard so that the rider can get the best out of the land and city world from just one bike. And that also makes more sense, unless you’re a die-hard dirt fan. The affordability and availability of new age off-road motorcycles has made them more popular these days.
Today we will provide you with a list of some popular off-road motorcycles in Nepal along with their prices.
1. Honda CRF 300
The Honda CRF 250L is probably the most popular and best off-road motorcycle in Nepal. Designed for extreme adventure, this bike is powered by a liquid-cooled 249cc four-stroke single-cylinder engine. The bike has a maximum power of 24.4 horsepower, a ground clearance of 255 mm and weighs only 146 kg.
These qualities make it perfect for off-road adventures. Meanwhile, Honda will soon launch its new CRF 300 as reservations have also been opened in Nepal. The new generation of CRF has received some minor improvements in different aspects of appearance to its features, while the aesthetics of the bike remains the same.
The Honda CRF 300 is expected to cost Rs 1.6 million in Nepal.
Other affordable options from Honda include the XR 150L and XR 190L.
2. Hartford VR 223
Probably the most famous bike of its generation, the Hartford VR was one of the very first mountain bikes to make its way to Nepal. Since this was a new segment here, it became popular in no time. There are still a lot of people following Harford VR to this day.
Speaking specifically of the VR 223 also known as the VR 220H, the bike has a 223cc, four-stroke single cylinder engine and weighs around 140kg. The engine produces a maximum power output of 19.18 hp (14.0 kW) at 7,500 rpm and maximum torque of 10.90 Nm at 6,000 rpm. The bike is equipped with a suspension with telescopic forks at the front while at the rear it has a mono-shock absorber. The original tire sizes are 3.00-21 front and 110/80-18 rear. As for stopping power, the Hartford VR-220H brake system includes front and rear disc brakes.
But, apparently, it lacks power and functionality compared to modern generation off-road motorcycles. Hartford VR 223 will cost Rs 525,000. There is also a 150cc variant available which costs less than the 223cc version.
3. Yamaha XTZ150
Yamaha XTZ is Yamaha’s latest entry in the Nepal dirt bike series. Yamaha XTZ 150 is the first FI (fuel injected) mountain bike in Nepal. The company says its design, strength and handling make the XTZ 150 a great option for use on all types of roads.
Powered by an air-cooled 149cc four-stroke single-cylinder engine, the Yamaha XTZ 150 can generate maximum power of 12.5 hp at 7,500 rpm and maximum torque of 13.1 Nm at 6,000 rpm . With the latest integrated FI technology, it features Yamaha’s patented engine technology. The bike has a five-speed gearbox and provides adequate power for your rides.
The price of the Yamaha XTZ 150 in Nepal is Rs 539,900.
4. Crossfire Tracker 250
Crossfire is one of the most popular dirt bikes in Nepal at the moment. The power and affordability of the bicycle are the main reasons for its success in Nepal. It is one of the few two-wheelers to have gained popularity in the country in no time.
Tracker 250 is the latest version of Crossfire in Nepal. It is also probably the cheapest 250cc off-road motorcycle in Nepal. Various power settings were made on the bike to make it affordable. At first glance, the bike looks very attractive due to its slim look. The motorcycle is powered by a 249.5cc air-cooled four-stroke single-cylinder carburetor engine. It can generate a maximum power of 12.5 kW at 7000 rpm and a maximum torque of 18.5 Nm at 5500 rpm. It has a five-speed gearbox with a 7.5 liter fuel tank. Those powertrain numbers on the bike are relatively low compared to other siblings in the Crossfire family.
The price of the Crossfire Tracker 250 in Nepal is Rs 348,000. Other Crossfire options include HJ250, GR7 250, and RM 250, all more expensive and more powerful than Tracker 250.
5. CX 250R
CX 250 R 2021 is Cross X’s latest addition to the dirt bike series. Along with Crossfire, Cross X is also known as one of the most notorious dirt bikes in Nepal. This wild and loud bike made its way to Nepal after the industry saw the success of Crossfire. These two bikes are similar in appearance and performance.
The new CX 250 R 2021 is more powerful and technologically more advanced than the CX bikes of the previous generation. The motorcycle is powered by a liquid-cooled 249cc four-stroke single-cylinder carburetor engine. While the powertrain figures for the new CX 250 R are unknown, the previous generation bike could generate maximum power up to 29.8 BHP and maximum torque up to 29.8 Nm. , you can expect similar or higher wattage figures. It has a six-speed gearbox with a 6.5-liter fuel tank. Another impressive feature of the bike is its ground clearance of 361mm; it can be very convenient in off-road driving.
The price of CX 250 R in Nepal is Rs 695,000 and will rise to Rs 745,000 once it has an EFI engine. This is the only option available at the moment at Cross X.
6) Hero X Pulse 200
Hero X Pulse 200 is another affordable and reliable mountain bike. It received a very warm response from users after the release. Usually, Hero’s engines are known for commuter products, but X Pulse 200 is looking for adventure. For the price it sells for, the bike has an attractive premium look and the build quality is also good.
The motorcycle is powered by a 199.6cc air-cooled, two-valve, four-stroke, single-cylinder OHC engine. The engine can generate a maximum power of 18.4 ps at 8000 rpm and a torque of 17.14 Nm at 6500 rpm. There is a telescopic suspension up front while a 10-step adjustable single-shock suspension at the rear. It has a ground clearance of 220 mm and weighs around 153 kg. There is a five-speed gearbox on the bike and a massive 13-liter fuel tank. For protection, it has a disc brake both at the front and at the rear.
The price of Hero X pulse 200 in Nepal is Rs 402,000. With this price range and specs given, this is probably the best affordable dirt bike in Nepal.
7. Haojue NK 150
The NK 150 is another affordable mountain bike in Nepal from Haojue. This bike takes its appearance from Suzuki’s DR 150. The appearance and construction of the bike is impressive. As the bike is supposed to be made in collaboration with Suzuki, you can expect quality performance.
Powering the bike is a Air-cooled 149cc four-stroke single-cylinder engine capable of generating a maximum power of 11.96 hp at 8,000 rpm and maximum torque of 11.6 Nm at 6,000 rpm. It is equipped with a five-speed gearbox and has a 12.5-liter tank. There is a telescopic suspension at the front and a central mono-shock absorber at the rear. It also has a ground clearance of 244 mm. The bike weighs approximately 139 kg. The main attractions of cycling are rfast acceleration, strong pulling power uphill and low fuel consumption.
Hajou NK 150 costs Rs 405,000 in Nepal. There is only one variation at the moment.
8. Asian Beast Hyper X 250
Asian Beast is the new name in the off-road motorcycle category. But, it has already launched several series of off-road motorcycles in Nepal before. Recently he launched two new mountain bikes in Nepal. Hyper X 250 is one of the two. This The bike is made up of an aluminum subframe for a lightweight body, making it efficient for long term use.
The motorcycle is powered by a water-cooled 249.6cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine that can generate a maximum power of 30.20 BHP at 9,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 22.5 NM at 7,000 rpm. min. Hyper-X 250 comes with a six-speed gearbox and is equipped with single cable throttle as well as an O-ring chain. It also has a massive 300mm ground clearance.
As for the suspension of the bike, it is equipped with an inverted Fastace Front 47mm with 251mm compression and rebound damping adjustment and a Fastace Prolink rear shock with spring preload and stroke adjustment. ‘rebound damping of 116 mm. The bike is also equipped with a rapid throttle response system for spontaneous response and aggressive power.
The cost of the Hyper X 250 in Nepal is Rs 540,000.
Asian Beast also offers another off-road bike: the AB250V1, which has similar features to the Hyper X 250 but is cheaper.
Besides the list, there are also other off-road motorcycle options for cyclists as well. You can check out bikes like Reiju MRT 200 Pro, Le Moto, SYM NH T200 and Motorhead.