Superlight 200 – Tour de North

By grace of Allah Pak and special blessings, I toured major portion of North (Gilgit & Skardu) solo on bike. Started my trip on the very 1st day of Ramazan i.e 14 April till 24 April. I travelled almost 2656 kms in 11 days. My touring machine was Keeway Superlight with engine capacity of 200 cc. Before starting my tour, I was not very much satisfied with performance of the bike. But with unfolding my adventurous journey the machine kept on satisfying me with it’s performance. The machine consumed about 88 litres of Petrol and gave KMPL of 30.12.
Keeping in view the running of machine, the machine was maintained, cleaned and engine oil was changed 3 times. During the course of adventure, the machine went through rugged and stony tracks for hours, ascended & descended steep slopes with guaranteed performance. Not even once the machine showed signs of dissatisfaction or disappointment. After successful completion of my trip,now I am fully confident and prepared for any intentional trip.

Following are the details of journey and bike:
Start Point, Date & Time: Abbottabad – 14 April (5:30 PM).
Finish Point, Date & Time: Abbottabad – 24 April (8:30 PM).
Toughest Ride & Distance: Sildi – Askole & back (Shigar valley) 120 kms (stone & mud track).
Toughest Ride Time: 8-9 hours
Maximum height discovered:
a. 15000 ft (short of KhunjerabAskoWi
b. 13000 ft (Gayari Monument – glacier avalanche site).
weight on bike:
Self: 70
Load: 12 kgs
Maximum speed attained: 115 kms/hr on levelled roads.

Summary of bike running (Day wise):
Day 1: 130 kms
Day 2: 354 “
Day 3: 30 “
Day 4: 421 “
Day 5: 110 “
Day 6: 232 “
Day 7: 125 “
Day 8: 340 “
Day 9: 203 “
Day 10: 297 “
Day 11: 414 “

Cities, Valleys, sites visited
Day 1: Abbottabad – Mansehra – Thakot
Day 2: Thakot – Pattan – Kohistan – Dasu – Chillas – Jaglot – Gilgit.
Day 3: Partial Rest day, Ghizer valley.
Day 4: Gilgit – Hunza – Passu – Sost – Khunjerab Pass & back to hunza.
Day 5: Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Eagle’s Nest, Nagar, & back to Gilgit.
Day 6: Gilgit – Jaglot – Skardu.
Day 7: Skardu – Khaplu – Surmo – Partook & back to Surmo.
Day 8: Surmo – Gyari Glacier & back to Surmo – Khaplu – Sarfaranga Desert – Shigar Valley – Askoi
Day 9: Askoli – Shigar Valley – Sarfaranga Desert – Kharmang – Mantokha waterfall – Hamzigond (Kargil).
Day 10: Hamzigond (Kargil) – Kharmang – Skardu – Shangrilla Lake – Jaglot.
Day 11: Jaglot – Chillas – Dasu – Kohistan – Pattan – Thakot – Mansehra – Abbottabad.

The real success, satisfaction and happiness of adventure is bringing back your bike intact and crash free

Me and My Hyosung Aquila GV 125C

I am a proud owner of a Hyosung Aquila GV 125C. If the budget is your thing then the Hyosung Aquila GV 125 is worth considering, but as it costs about Rs 405,000 it’s not as cheap as you might expect of a 125. For a low cost cruising bike, the Aquila GV 125 is a decent buy. The Aquila 125 looks like a machine that’s well designed to do the job of cruising, with some occasional fun riding over the weekends and in the evenings, but you have to wonder if it will prove to be reliable in the long term. Best thing is you get the parts and service within Pakistan from Overdrive and their agents in different cities. I bought mine from Rapid Rides in Gulberg Lahore and was the first one to buy this in Lahore.

Its a brand new machine you can buy instead of spending a huge amount on a used European or American one. It just looks more motorcycle for the money spent. But either model is likely to suffer more rapid depreciation than the mainstream Japanese or European brand entry level bikes and American bikes.

Basic clock, mirrors, grab handles at the back of the motorcycle and an average set of brakes are about what most people expect on entry level bikes. It has all the style you need and the chrome on the bike is amazing quality.

When people ask me how much it is and what is the power they don’t believe by the looks that it is 125. Its ride is very smooth and you do not get tired even after a consecutive long ride. Its a low height bike and fits all tall and small guys. When you cruise around no eye misses your presence. In other words its an eye catcher. Its a gift to myself and I love it.

Lastly the Aquila does make a good fist of justifying its high price. It feels like a quality machine and being a V-Twin it gives a little extra cruise kudos, especially when no other 125 offers one. Dynamically, the offering is a little different to the cheaper rivals, but the styling is spot on, which might be enough to sway it for you.

I would also like to Thank Overdrive and Rapid Rides to bring this bike to Pakistan and give people opportunities to buy within their budgets.

Suleman Khan

30,000 Awesome Kilometers on Superlight 200 – Zeeshan Ahmed Mailk – Lahore



I was always in love with cruise bikes. Harley Davdison was one of my favourite bikes brand & its bikes always fascinated me.
However, it was not easy for me to spend a couple of millions for purchasing a bike. Then I came across facebook page of ‘Overdrive’ & I was very happy to know that they were importing cruisers & selling them at affordable price.

And I decided to purchase Keeway Superlight after going through reviews & feedback available at youtube. In November, 2018, I purchased the bike.
Now, here is my feedback after riding 30,000kms.

1. Looks& Design:
The design and look is pure classic & retro. Despite being a small cruiser, it is a head turner.

2. Durability & Reliability:
It is said that cruisers are for roads & adventure bikes are for off-roading; it’s true but I have experienced that superlight does not disappoint in off-roading & when a cruiser is successful in off-roading it means the bike is durable. Though, it seems keeway has compromised with a couple of parts of the bike but it is understandable, they wanted to make a lighter cruiser & that’s why they have named it ‘Superlight’

3. Power & Performance:
Out of 26000kms, I have ridden half of the kilometers in mountains & I have taken the bike to 12000ft above sea level. I have heard people calling it an underpowered bike. For me it is not so. It has good torque & we should not over expect from a 200cc bike especially when cruisers are not meant for speed. These have been built for touring.

4. Comfort:
Sitting posture & seat is comfortable. After installing a rider back rest & raising my handlebar to 12″, I feel like sitting on a couch while riding it.

5. Spare parts availability:
Though original spare parts are available with Overdrive only, however, Superlight has a lot of scope for modifications, therefore, spare parts available in market can also be adjusted.

6. Fuel Efficiency:
It has a mind-blowing fuel efficiency. 35km/L. Unbelievable, is not it? But it’s true. It’s fuel average given by the highway on highway.

The best cruiser available in this price. For not even a single moment, I ever regretted for purchasing it.
Thank you overdrive for introducing these bikes in Pakistan.

Cruising in Pakistan

Keeway Superlight 200 trip to Gilgit Baltistan by Maj. Awais and Waqas bin Siddique in 2019.

Awesome scenery and footage.
Bravo !

Published on Dec 27, 2019 on YouTube.

Scenic views of Kaghan-Naran-Babusar Top-Astore-Deosai-Skardu-Hushe Valley-Shigar Valley-Gilgit-Hunza valley-Attabad lake-Sost

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