Yes, this can definitely be done, in fact I was in your position this time last year. By the time I got to Mongolia from Europe it was October and the day I shipped the bike the day time temperature in UB was -18degrees, so a little too cold to continue on to Vladivostock, my original plan.
I looked into road, train and air options and it turned out shipping by air was the cheapest.
I actually sent my bike to Mumbai but because of flight routes cargo has to go via Seoul. I called a few shipping agents and the cheapest I came up with was an independent guy Teserendug (pronounced like Serenduke). He hadn't shipped a motorbike before and hadn't shipped to India either (but sends other freight to Korea often) so at times there was a little delay on getting the answers I needed and the paperwork completed but he was a good guy and everything worked out fine.
Below is the quote I received and his contact details. His English is pretty good. The quote doesn't include the crate but from memory he got a mate to do it for $100 (I know the other freight companies were asking double this). It did the job and I received the bike in tact in Mumbai (the "fees" in India are another story! You have to pay a few rupee here and there to a number of people to get your bike out smoothly - even then it took about 12 hours.)
Your motorcycle actual weight is 235kgs.
Dimension is 231x122x83 cm which is volumetric weight calculates as 390kgs.
Air carriers charge higher of actual or volumetric weight.
I'm still keeping my old offer as over 300kgs - $5.50/kg. Plus AWB fee is USD15.
Other costs are same as before;
Collection and delivery to airport cargo center is USD75.
Customs clearance USD30, Handling charge USD15.
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