Mahindra Two Wheelers’
flagship 300cc tourer, the Mojo, has once again set new benchmarks by entering
the Indian Book of Records, a collection of national records. The new benchmark
resulted as the Mojo crossed from East to West India in the fastest time ever
set by a motorcycle expedition.
The expedition, undertaken by
two Mojo owners and long-time riding partners Sudeep NS and Yogesh Chavan,
flagged off from Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh and ended at Koteshwar in Gujarat,
covering a total distance of 3,706 km in just 85 hours.
The previous benchmark set by
a motorcycle expedition covering a similar distance was 107 hours.
Sudeep and Yogesh’s landmark
expedition was years in the planning. Mojo, a proper touring machine with its
stability, comfort and safety, gave them the confidence to pull it off. They
were left impressed with the way it tackled challenges posed by such a
Naveen Malhotra, Sr. General
Manager – Sales, Marketing & Product Planning, Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd
said, “The Mojo has proved its mettle yet again. Sudeep and Yogesh’s feat is an
unprecedented achievement. The MOJO with its tour inclined DNA and
state-of-the-art engine makes it an ideal bike to overcome long distances.”
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