Apache, the premium motorcycle brand from TVS Motor Company has flagged off the
2022 edition of TVS AOG Ride to Spiti Valley.
The 13-day marquee ride will conclude on July 31, 2022 in Chandigarh.
ride was flagged off by Karnesh Sharma, IAS, Director, Tourism & Cultural
Affairs, Govt. of Punjab, Himanshu Gupta, PCS, Sub Divisional Magistrate, Dera
Bassi, SAS Nagar, Punjab and Amaninder Kaur Brar, PCS, Additional Deputy
Commissioner General, SAS Nagar, Punjab.
The TVS #AOGRideToSpitiValley 2022 has a participation of 22 riders from
across India who will be riding their TVS Apache motorcycles for more than 1500
kms through some of the most scenic roads and treacherous terrains.
will give them an unforgettable opportunity to embark on a journey of a
lifetime while celebrating the ultimate bond between man and machine. TVS AOG
will #RideForChange as it will also contribute and pledge towards making the
lives of students better. As a part of
this initiative, TVS AOG supported by TVS Srinivasan Services Trust (SST), the
social of arm of TVS Motor Company, will be supporting students in Komic
village for an entire year by distributing educational supplies.
on the ride, Vimal Sumbly, Head Business - Premium, TVS Motor Company, said,
“TVS Apache series has been instrumental in flourishing premium motorcycling
culture in India.TVS Apache Owners Group is the official community of
like-minded TVS Apache riders, and is currently present in 65 cities across
India with over 1.25 lakh members. We organise multiple formats of rides and
events for our TVS Apache owners to bond with each other, hone their skills and
prove their mettle. The #AOGRideToSpitiValley 2022 is one of our annual marquee
rides that pushes the limits of the riders and the bikes. This year we have
also initiated the #RideForChange supported by TVS Srinivasan Services Trust
(SST), the social of arm of TVS Motor Company, wherein we as TVS AOG give back
to the society.”
is the detailed itinerary of TVS #AOGRideToSpitiValley 2022:
01 – July 19 – Chandigarh
02 – July 20 – Chandigarh to Narkanda – 180 km – 7 to 8 hours
03 – July 21 – Narkanda to Chitkul – 185 km – 9 to 10 hours
04 – July 22 – Explore Chitkul – 75 km
05 – July 23 – Chitkul to Kalpa – 65 km – 4 to 5 hours
06 – July 24 – Kalpa to Kaza – 250 km – 9 to 10 hours
07 – July 25 – Key Monastery to Kibbar – 100 km – 6 to 7 hours
08 – July 26 – Langza to Hikkim to Komic – 100 km – 7 to 8 hours
09 – July 27 – Kaza to Chandra Taal – 100 km – 7 to 8 hours
10 – July 28 – Chandra Taal to Manali – 120 km – 9 to 10 hours
11 – July 29 –Explore the Valley of the Gods – 100 km – 9 to 10 hours
12 – July 30 – Manali to Chandigarh – 300 km
13 – July 31 – Conclusion, ride out to respective destinations
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