Royal Enfield Himalayan
Odyssey is introducing an all women edition that will be flagged off from New
Delhi on July 9, 2016. Women riders can register themselves on the website http://royalenfield.com/ho/register
from anywhere in the country. The 17-day adventure ride will traverse 2200 kms
in some of the roughest terrains and highest mountain passes.
Powered by STRE (She Travels
on a Royal Enfield), a community of women motorcyclists who ride a Royal
Enfield across the globe, the maiden edition of Himalayan Odyssey - Women
(HO-W) will see the passion driven contingent ride the ‘holy grail’ of
motorcycling from July 09, 2016- July 23, 2016. Apart from the participants,
the entire HO-W team will comprise of women i.e. service staff, technicians,
doctors and crew will all be women.
The Himalayas have been the
mecca for motorcyclists since time immemorial, and the Royal Enfield Himalayan
Odyssey- Women gives its women riders opportunity to thump all the way to
18,000 ft to Khardung-La to experience one of the most gratifying motorcycling
journeys in the world.
Both men and women contingents
will be flagged off from Delhi together while they will ride on different
routes before finally converging at Leh, Ladakh. The annual ride is an opening
for those who seek to look beyond the obvious and venture into the unchartered
territories exploring one of the most challenging terrains in the world.
Registrations are open for 20 participants for Himalayan Odyssey Women.
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