Ramanagara district is home to some of the world's oldest granite outcrops, that were immortalized in celluloid through memorable films such as 'Sholay' and 'A Passage to India'. The landscape here is rugged and relatively untouched, with rocky hillocks and a smattering of forest and farmland. Our biking routes weave through both the Ramanagara and Magadi taluks and offer several beautiful sights including the Manchinabele reservoir and Savanadurga State Forest.
There will be 2 groups on this tour. One group will complete a ~65-70 km ride and the second will exit to complete ~40 km, depending on riding experience.
The terrain and routes are suitable for any kind of bike.