Tour Of Bhutan By Royal Enfield Begins On 10th October

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The Royal Enfield Tour of Bhutan begins from 10th of October 2015. This will be the fourth edition organised by the Indian two-wheeler manufacturer for its adventure enthusiasts.

Registration has commenced and those interested can click here and fill in their details. It is an amazing challenge for anyone who like to push their motorcycles to its limit.

Ride commences from Siliguri through the popular Annapurna ranges. Only 30 riders can be accommodated in 2015 Tour of Bhutan. The ride is organised for 12 days and riders will have to complete a journey of 1,500 kilometres.

All riders will be riding various Royal Enfield motorcycles, which is a preferred choice for long distance riding. These bikes have been developed to munch miles without any fuss or problem.

The route chosen will have riders experience winding roads, off-road trails, water crossing, slush, gravel tracks and several other tough terrains. It is a gruelling experience, however, conquering it is an achievement in itself.

Royal Enfield organises several such rides for its esteemed owners and adventure enthusiasts. Most riders take it up as a challenge to complete these tours while others participate to get away from their behind the desk job.

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Currently, Royal Enfield offers a wide range of products in India as well as international markets. They are soon to launch their very first adventure bike, which is expected to be christened as the ‘Himalayan'.

The Indian two-wheeler manufacturer has recently introduced its limited edition motorcycles as well, which were sold out in India within a matter of minutes. They were offering two colours, which were unique and would never be replicated.

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