Royal Enfield Himalayan Odyssey Returns After 2 Years
Royal Enfield Oddisi ride: After almost two years, Royal Enfield has started the new tour in the Himalayan Odyssey Expedition. 70 riders have signed up in this. The entire group began their journey from India Gate in Delhi. This is Royal Enfield’s 18th Himalayan Odyssey. On this occasion, Mohit Dhar Juyal, Chief Brand Officer, Royal Enfield, while flagging off, conveyed his best wishes to all the riders and encouraged them to spread the message of #LeaveEveryPlaceBetter to promote environment friendly tourism.
He stated his audience that Royal Enfield is making efforts to increase awareness in order to improve the tourist destinations and cleaner. The Himalayan Odyssey Expedition is also an integral part of the campaign. We would like to inform you of the Kovid epidemic over the last two years the schedule that was part of Himalaya Odyssey was postponed.
The journey will take you starting from India Gate to Royal Enfield 70 people from across the country are set to conquer the world’s most motorable pass , ‘Umling that covers 2700 kilometers. Royal Enfield motorcycles that have been part of this 2700 km trip are The Himalayan Meteor and the recently launched Scrum.
It will be able to travel via two routes
In this adventure, which began in the last two years, participants have been divided into two groups that will depart Delhi with one another and be joined in Leh by two distinct routes. One group will get to Ladakh via Manali The second group will arrive in Leh via the rough Sangla-Kaza route.
The participants of Singapore, USA, Saudi Arabia and Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Madurai, Anantapur and Vijayawada are now participants in this Himalayan Odyssey of 2022. Participants in the age range between 20 and 65 are taking part in this trip.
The entire group of riders from Royal Enfield Himalayan Odissi embark on a journey towards Umling La situated at an altitude of 19024 feet . The route includes Chandigarh, Manali Jispa, Sarchu and Leh. It is among the most difficult and highest climbs in existence. The purpose of this journey for the campaign of #LeaveEveryPlaceBetter is to give the message of preserving the natural environment of the Himalayas while keeping our journey responsible.