Royal Enfield is one of the popular two-wheeler brands in the country. They have an array of products on offer and are constantly innovating to lure in more buyers.
The Indian two-wheeler manufacturer also organises several rides and events for its loyal customers. They recently flagged off their 12th Himalayan Odyssey from India Gate in Delhi.
Present at the flag off was Rudratej Singh, President Royal Enfield. He was accompanied by the Lama who prayed and blessed the riders taking part in 12th Himalayan Odyssey.
55 individuals will ride Royal Enfield's through three mountain ranges and six passes. They will attempt to conquer world's highest motorable road, Khardung La which stands at 18,380 feet.
This is the first time organisers are allowing pillion riders for Royal Enfield Himalayan Odyssey. These rides have been organised so that owners realise how robust their motorcycles really are.
Rudratej Singh, expressed, "Royal Enfields have been riding into the Himalayas for several decades now. I would love to put a number to the miles and souls that have ridden into the Himalayas on our motorcycles."
He further added, "The Himalayan Odyssey is our annual marquee ride that brings together motorcycling enthusiasts from across geographies for an epic journey to the highest motorable road in the world."